2nd Annual Love Show: Artists’ Reception: 2nd Friday, February 8, 6 – 9 pm


February 8 – 23, 2013


Artists’ Reception: 2nd Friday, February 8, 6 – 9 pm

2nd Friday Oakland and Alameda Estuary Art Happenings

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Saturday, February 9, 3 – 5 pm  Rock Wall Wine Company wine tasting


Gallery Hours:  Saturdays, 1:00 to 5:00 pm, Sundays by appointment


The Gray Loft Gallery celebrates its first anniversary with the 2nd Annual Love Show, which will feature artwork by more than 25 artists.


On display will be photographs, paintings, collage, sculpture, jewelry, textiles and handmade cards – which reflect love, passion, lust, hope, romance, broken hearts, unrequited love, true love, and hearts in many shapes and forms.  This is not a Hallmark Valentine show, but rather a visual dialogue about love in its many incarnations and interpretations that reflect a diverse theme of love.


If you want to avoid the crowds at the 2nd Friday artists reception, join us on Saturday, February 9, when Rock Wall Wine Company will be having a wine tasting of their current releases from 3:00 to 5:00 pm.

Join us for a delightful afternoon of art and wine in Jingletown.

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Celebrate our first anniversary with us!

Join us in Jingletown Friday

Tomorrow Friday Sept 14 is going to be an amazing day for art in Jingletown and Alameda.

Several great art shows are right within walking distance Friday night.

Join us September 14th 6-9 pm in Jingletown then take a stroll over the historical green Park Street bridge to Alemeda and see a few more galleries.


Apples and Oranges Gallery  Jingletown 2934 Ford Street #21, Oakland is presenting “Wild Things”  a show of 11 talented artists working in mixed media, found materials, ceramics, oils, acrylic paint textile and installation.

The Gray Loft Gallery in Jingletown 2889 Ford Street , Oakland  is pleased to announce our next exhibit: From One Thing to Another – The Art of Recycle. This group exhibition includes assemblage, collage, sculpture, furniture, jewelry and stationary – made of natural or manufactured materials, found objects, or fragments originally not intended as art, but when reassembled these things are transformed into incredible visual statements.


Bridgehead Studios 2516 Blanding Avenue, Alameda


Gallery K at Rhythmix Cultural Works 2514 Blanding Avenue, Alameda


Gallery Redux 2315 Lincoln, Alameda