In addition to featuring individual artists, we are proud to also curate and promote group and theme exhibitions.
A recurring gallery focus is senior art and interests, intergenerational projects and a professional, public venue for those whose art would not
ordinarily be shared. Representative exhibits include:
SPIRAL BOUND: The Spiritual Journey of Aging—2012
In celebration of our 10th anniversary, this exhibit features art exploring the physical, mental and spiritual issues of aging. Artists from across the country contributed works in a variety of genres.
TURN, TURN, TURN: A Season Of Senior Art—2006, 2007, 2008, 2009, 2011
This exhibit features the work of senior artists from Front Porch
communities, local senior centers and other senior artists of all
levels of artistic experience and abilities. A variety of creativity
is expressed through painting, sculpture, needle work, and more.
Art of the Book—2011
This national exhibition features acclaimed work from invited artists featuring
stories painted on fiber and metal, sculptural books, books with intricate
woven covers, and more. A celebration of the time-honored art of bookmaking
combining non-traditional art with the crafts of paper-making, letterpress
printing and bookbinding.
TRANSITIONS: Interpreting Life’s Changes—2011
An exploration of the power and transformative beauty of the art of printmaking
through the creative interpretations of the San Diego and North County printmakers.
Artists explore the ever-changing essence of the human experience through mediums
like monotypes, lithography, aquatint and collagraph.
I AM HERE: Art Gives Voice to Many—2010
A celebration of the vibrant creative visions embodied in artwork
from TERI, Inc. (Training, Education & Research Institute), a private non-profit agency serving the needs of adults
and children with autism and other developmental disabilities.
Individual and collaborative works in painting, sculpture and mixed
A SHOW OF PATRIOTISM: The Art of Healing Heroes—2010
A uniquely caring and effective art therapy program developed by
Joel Harris for soldiers returning from combat and others such
as stroke victims, those with disabling brain trauma or amputational
limb injuries. Drawings and artwork created depict war as well
as a hopeful vision for the future.
ART OF THE INDIVIDUAL: Creating Meaningful Lives—2008
An exhibit presenting the works of McNeil, Sargent, Ruth Platner
and Dorothy Annette, three diverse and distinguished women who
have expressed the inspiration of their lives through art and work
with the public at large.