Harumo Sato's Puku Puku BubblesOngoing Series 23 Jan - 14 Mar 2021 Puku Puku is a Japanese onomatopoeia of water bubbling. This ongoing series is inspired by an essay of Kenko Yoshida, a Japanese poet in 13-14c. 'Though the river's current never fails, the water passing, moment by moment, is never the same. Where the current pools, bubbles form on the surface,...
Ride Into NowNew Work by Jason Engleund 16 Jan - 14 Mar 2021 Jason Engelund Photography Exhibition at Adele Gilani Art Gallery in Sausalito, CA. Ride Into Now, a series of painted photographs mounted to wood that explore the sensation of the open road.
Group ShowFeaturing Bay Area Artists 15 Oct - 27 Dec 2020 Masterful works by Jirsa, Mike Sanchez, Bianca Levan, Michelle Fillmore, Adele Gilani, and Jason Engelund.
SunscapesIcarus Survives 20 Aug - 11 Oct 2020 In Jason Engelund’s artwork the Sun, Sea and the transformative experiences of the California coastal landscape are the subjects for large, colorful, and mysterious abstracted photographs. Photographing the Sun and Sea Engelund presents bold, surreal and almost psychedelic artworks continuing the long tradition of California arts influenced by the area’s landscape.
Engelund’s artwork “the Sun Never Sets” is held in the permanent collection of the Museum of Photographic Arts. On display at the gallery will be a selection of the artworks that were included in the museum's triennial invitational exhibition of 2017 “Boundless” showcasing the leading 11 California based photographic artists in 2017. “These artists are pushing the boundaries of what is currently possible in the medium of photography… It is leading a global dialogue on the redefinition of the medium.” Deborah Klochko, Executive Director, Museum of Photographic Arts.
Photographing the Sun is layered with meaning, and Engelund has been practicing this for years along the coastline of HWY 1 in Marin county. Art writer and curator A. Will Brown described Engelund as being “distinctly aware of the conceptual and metaphorical capacities of landscape”. The artist’s use of film cameras gives a warm, analog natural quality to the imagery, which range in size from intimate small pieces to expansive wall size prints. Limited edition reserve level fine art is on display, along with affordable small, open edition works for those new to collecting art.