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August Second Saturday
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Michelle Gregor

We are excited for Michelle Gregor to be visiting us at Brumfield Gallery. When describing her work, it is easy to fall into a list of dichotomic elements.  Her work exists in the borderland between representation and abstraction, with the figure as her main subject. Her sculpture has weight and scale that feels monumental, but it is also an expression of fragility and beauty. There is evident reverence for the work of artists that influence her, but she clearly beats her own path. She is grounded by her connection to the Bay Area and the relevance of the Bay Area Figurative Movement, but her sculpture reverberates with international, particularly European, influences. It is her ability to weave these different narratives through her aesthetic that makes her one of the most highly regarded second-generation sculptors of the Bay Area Figurative Movement working today, and one of the most important women ceramic artists working in the US.
Michelle will be at the gallery throughout the afternoon and evening during Second Saturday Art Walk, this coming Saturday, September 10. We have just got her new work on the website as we go to press with this newsletter, but the best way of getting a first look will be at her opening on Second Saturday. 

Also Showing
Mary Alayne Thomas & Andrea Benson

Our show pairing the work of Mary Alayne Thomas and Andrea Benson continues through October 2. Taking two very different approaches to the medium of encaustics, these artist are brought together by their shared love of the natural world and wild places.
Visit our sibling gallery Bronze Coast Gallery
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