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CURRENT EVENTS

5th ANNUAL LEAVES & PETALS EXHIBIT

5 November - 5 December 2019

There are always flowers for those who want to see them."~Henri Matisse

98th ANNIVERSARY SHOW

November 1-27, 2019

A juried exhibition to celebrate the Pacific Art League's 98th Anniversary. This show supports PAL’s mission to bring kids’ art education to the underserved local community. 

CHANGING PERSPECTIVE

October 29-November 17, 2019

A juried exhibition for artwork that re-examines perspectives.

UPCOMING EVENTS

SELECT PAST EVENTS

THE VERY VERY RARE AFFORDABLE ART FAIR

April 25- 28, 2019

A curated collection of 50+ international, local, and under-represented artists for one weekend only. 

ART OF PERCEPTION

March 19 - May 26, 2013 

Working in a style she calls “Perceptionist Art,” Sabrina Abbott creates bold, vibrant canvases focusing on everyday objects that range from flowers to trash. The young artist developed her unique style while studying in Italy at the Accademia di Belle Arti, and continued honing her skills while working as an intern at the Uffizi museum in Florence and at the Louvre in Paris. The exhibit is the first museum retrospective of Abbott’s work and continues through May 26, 2013, only at The California Museum.

FLORENCE BIENNALE

DECEMBER 3-11, 2019

The International Florence Biennale of Contemporary Art, now in its Eighth Edition, one again acts as a significant meeting point between cultures and artistic expressions of many world nations, reaffirming the city of Florence, in wake of its traditional vocation of peace, a platform for  understanding and dialogue among people. - Stefano Francolini

L'ART DE LA PERCEPTION

MAY 27-30, 2010

Sabrina leads her creative process through many passages. For each work she chooses and defines the scope of her painting and in it she connotes a personal definition-of philosophical taste- that she calls 'perceptionism.'  Her perception and control over her ideas stem from recognition of the formal qualities of objects and aspects of nature from which she claims lost beauty and retraces it precisely with a clear and purifying eye.  Click to read more

- Dr. Giovanna Giusti (Former director of 19th century and contemporary art, Uffizi Museum, Florence, Italy)

PARALLAX AF

OCTOBER 21-23, 2011 LONDON, ENGLAND

Parallax AF grew out of an international exhibition called "Parallax" that was conceived and curated by the art historian Dr. Chris Barlow.

Parallax AF is different from other artists fairs in that it is like a specialized exhibition. It is a serious platform for international and national artists to present their work to national and international dealers, art industry people, collectors, critics, and buyers.

International Perceptions

AUGUST 7-16, 2009 YREKA, CALIFORNIA

Life of Lucas? How about Story of Sabrina? Former Yreka High graduate who drew the daily cartoon Life of Lucas for the Siskiyou Daily New for four years, has developed a painting style she calls Perceptionism. A the same time, she has been seeing a lot of the world since she first left town. And she's worked in some pretty impressive places while doing so. Abbotts style will be on display when her show "International Perceptions" opens this Friday, August 7 at 7 pm with an artist reception at Nolan Printing, 214. S Broadway

- Mike Slizewski (Siskiyou Daily News Managing Editor)

PERCEPTIONISM

MAY 27, 2009 MEUDON, FRANCE

A public view in a private setting, Sabrina Abbott is offering a first glimpse of some of her latest work created while living and painting on a barge on the Seine and in Meudon. See how France has impacted and inspired the young Californian artist. 

SEGNI DI VIA MATTONAIA

NOVEMBER 29-30, 2009 FLORENCE, ITALY

A Centrifugal energy whips the superficial objects depicted in her  work which are sealed in algid, chromatic color. Sabrina is a singular personality who digs beyond what is seen in a challenge to recover some poetic quality either lost or overlooked. The colors are at the center of her expression; it excites the life force of the segments with reality that re-adapts docilely with the power of secure technique. - Dr. Giovanna Giusti  

ART CLASH

MAY 16 - JUNE 16, 2008 FLORENCE, ITALY

NOVEMBER 28 - DECEMBER 18, 2008 PRATO, ITALY 

- WINNER -  

As a winner of the first Art Clash, my work was shown in additional locations in Italy and Greece and the winning piece became a part of the permanent collection of the museum of contemporary art in Greece.