Traywick Contemporary

Venue  |  Exhibitions
Amanda Marchand: Untitled (black), 2017 Archival Pigment Print 24 X 24" © the artist and Traywick Contemporary
Benicia Gantner: Aviaticus.Blue, 2017 Vinyl Collage And Powder Coated Steel 40 X 17 X 2.5" © the Artist and Traywick Contemporary
Nancy Mintz: Radiolaria, 2017 Paper And Brass 20 X 24 X 20" © the Artist and Traywick Contemporary
Ken Fandell: Blowout 457, 461, 480, 542, 548... 785, 2017 Unique Archival Pigment Print, Multiple Exposure Color Photograph 75 X 60" © the Artist and Traywick Contemporary
Dharma Strasser MacColl: Castello-Brera, 2018 Gouache, Felt, Thread, Glue On Paper 50 X 49" © the Artist and Traywick Contemporary
Steuart Pittman: Cork, 2017 Oil On Linen, Diptych With Walnut Frame 21 X 32" © the Artist and Traywick Contemporary
Rachel Davis: February 15, 2017, 2017 Watercolor On Paper 5 X 5" Image On 11 X 11" Paper © the Artist and Traywick Contemporary
David Fought: Rectangle Parallelogram 1, 2017 Metal Rod, Plaster 12 X 8 X 6" © the Artist and Traywick Contemporary
Amy Kaufman: Epiphyte, 2016 Oil On Linen 47 X 40" © the Artist and Traywick Contemporary
Stas Orlovksi: Women with Mountains, 2017 Collage And Monoprint On Paper Mounted On Canvas 24 X 24" © the Artist and Traywick Contemporary
Portia Hein: Untitled 16_01, 2016 Oil And Acrylic On Canvas 48 X 36" © the Artist and Traywick Contemporary
Samantha Fields: Lost in the Sun, 2016 Acrylic On Canvas 60 X 60" © the Artist and Traywick Contemporary
Traywick Contemporary
895 Colusa Avenue
94707 Berkeley

Venue Type: Gallery
Open hours
Thursday- Saturday 10 to 4, by appointment
Gallery type

Since 1997, Traywick Contemporary has represented emerging and mid-career artists who have a decidedly West Coast influence, though many live and work outside the San Francisco Bay Area. The program has consistently brought together a range of diverse, and thoughtful artistic practices that focus on materials and process.

The gallery exhibition space is located on the ground floor of the former Berkeley Masonic Temple, built in 1924. While representing a dedicated group of contemporary artists, many of whom have shown with the gallery since its founding, Traywick Contemporary presents a model that encourages new possibilities in the way art is both exhibited and experienced. The program champions non-traditional media and materials, including site-specific installations and commissions that respond to and address the unique exhibition space, which often extends beyond the gallery walls.

We are open by appointment, Thursday through Saturday, 10 am – 4 pm.

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