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"The Meaning of Green"

An online group photography exhibit

September 22 – October 30, 2020

Gray Loft Gallery is pleased to present "The Meaning of Green", their annual photography show selected by Ann M. Jastrab, independent curator, photography consultant, editor, writer; and Jan Watten, founder of Gray Loft Gallery. Due to the world-wide pandemic, this exhibit will be held as a virtual online exhibit of green inspired images from a wide array of traditional and alternative photographic processes – including pinhole photography, images made with plastic cameras, cyanotypes, collage, and other photo-based works by Bay Area photographers.

Pool #4, 2020. © Nathalie Strand, 2020.

Participating Artists (BAPC members in bold):

Francis Baker, Christina Bauer, Ingrid Becker, Roy Berkowitz, Jayne Biehn, Rosemary L Borden, Maria Budner, Janis Burger, Sena Cakiroglu, Mima Cataldo, Virginia Chabre, Marna Clarke, Steven Condiotti, Gregory D'Agostino, Tamara Danoyan, Michael Dawson, Anthony Delgado, Fairlight de Michelle, Mary Martin DeShaw, Alison Dibenedetto, Eugene Dominique, Marie Durquet, Richard Dweck, Ariel Epstein-Norris, Laura Epstein-Norris, Jennifer Freck, Dan Fenstermacher, David Gardner, Alexis Gerard, JM Golding, Steve & Ellen Goldband, John Greenleigh, Marsha Guggenheim, Susan Hillyard, Geoffrey House, Eleonore Hockabout, Edie Hoffman, Becky Jaffe, Candice Jacobus, Drew Klauser, Sonia Melnikova, Deborah O'Grady, Eben Ostby, Marie Plakos, Steven Raskin, Charles Reilley, Gabrielle Rondell, Philip Sager, Neo Serafimidis, Brian Shapiro, Elizabeth Sher, Morgan Shidler, Douglas G Stinson, Judi Iranyi Stone, Nathalie Strand, Styrous, Michael Teresko, Carol Thomas, George Tomberlin, Jeff Weston, Sally Weber, Susan West, Stephanie Williamson, Nicholas Winkworth, Beverly Tharp, Mitsu Yoshikawa and Yelena Zhavoronkova.

About the Gray Loft Gallery

Gray Loft Gallery – founded in 2012 – was voted Best Art Gallery in 2016 and 2017 in the Oakland Magazine Readers’ Choice Awards, and has been referred to as a hidden gem in Jingletown. The mission of the gallery is to provide exhibition opportunities for artists in a setting that is an alternative to the traditional gallery model. We hope to inspire, engage and celebrate artists in our community and beyond. We acknowledge the achievements of emerging, mid-career and established artists – with an emphasis on those who live and work in the Bay Area. The gallery is a member of the Oakland Art Murmur and Jingletown Arts, Business and Community. Visit the gallery:

Thank you for reading! Stay safe and healthy :-)

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