Public Land one-year anniversary group show "Climate Therapy "

In celebration of its one-year anniversary, Public Land is hosting a group exhibition that showcases a diverse collection of artists hailing from New York, Connecticut, Chicago, San Francisco, Oakland, Los Angeles, San Diego, San Louis Obispo, Nevada City and Sacramento. Several of these artists have shown in the gallery space over the past year, while many will be exhibiting for the first time in Public Land Gallery, as well as the Sacramento region.  

Public Land Gallery in Sacramento

In keeping with Public Land Gallery’s intention to facilitate a space that celebrates and also encourages positive engagement with the natural world, curators Austin McManus and Mel Eligon have selected a group of artists whose perspectives and works emulate such a connection–reimagining ways in which humanity witnesses, interacts, and experiences our surrounding environment. Using a variety of mediums, this eclectic body of work illuminates many differentiating depictions and renderings of the world we all inhabit. 

Climate Therapy will be on view at Public Land Gallery from June 29th- August 13th. For price and availability inquiries, please email info@publiclandstore.com. An opening reception for Climate Therapy will be held on June 29th, 2019 from 6-9 P.M.

Exhibiting artists: Devin Troy Strother, Lena Gustafson, Maria Schoettler, Mark Mulroney, Martin Machado, Daniel Gibson, Cody Hudson, Charlotte Beavers, Tahiti Pehrson, Joe Meade, Elizabeth Corkery, Maxwell McMaster, Swampy, Stephen Eichhorn, Greg Ito, Nick Wilkinson, Tyler Sharkey, Esther Marie Hall and Grady Gordon.

Charlotte Beavers' "Land Of Little Rain" @ Public Land

Charlotte Beavers continues to examine the Earth that surrounds us in her new exhibition Land Of Little Rain, inside Public Land Gallery, opening this Saturday, October 20th from 6-9 P.M.  Borrowing hues from the most tranquil elements of our landscapes, the artist has seemingly perfected the transportation of viewer to serene environment with her use of watercolors. Her depictions of our American topography present a body of work that is as immersive as one standing within the canyon walls themselves.

Charlotte Beavers is a painter who resides in Topanga Canyon and has received her BFA at San Francisco State University. Her previous showings include General Store in San Francisco, CA, and Sweeney Kaye Gallery in Oakland, CA. 

Land Of Little Rain will be on view at Public Land Gallery from October 20th- November 14th. For price and availability inquiries, email info@publiclandstore.com

Charlotte Beavers’ watercolors at Public Land Store in Sacramento

Rich Jacobs' "Listening To The Higher Frequencies in Unison" @ Public Land

This Saturday, Public Land will host a pop up exhibition entitled Listening To The Higher Frequencies in Unison featuring Oakland-based multidisciplinary artist, Rich Jacobs. This exhibition will feature new drawings, watercolors and paintings the prolific artist.

On view starting October 6th and will be on display through October 19th, 2018

Rich Jacobs art

Trent Dean Pop Exhibition

Tomorrow, Public Land will host a pop up exhibition featuring Sacramento-based furniture maker and designer, Trent Dean. This exhibit will showcase custom plant stands, incense holders, side tables, stools, steel sculptures and more.

Opening reception is on September 22nd, 6-9 P.M. and the exhibit will be on display through September 28th.

Trent Dean Sacramento

Trent Dean Sacramento