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Michael Rosenthal Gallery

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Breadwinner , 2009 Watercolor Crayons, Markers, Pens, and Conte 36 X 72 Inches © Veronica de Jesus
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The Future of Paradise Past, 2008 Oil on Canvas 32" X 72" © Lisa Adams
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Incoming, 2008 Acrylic on Paper 14" X 21" © Amy Casey
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Surge, 2007 Acrylic and Ink on Wood 50" X 38" © Jane Fine
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In Memory of Yeats, 2009 Ink and Pencil on Paper 108" X 120" © Inga Dorosz
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Double Float © Jane Hambleton
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Scape Techometer © Elizabeth Mooney
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Giant Sculpture Embroidery Thread on Fabric 65" X 55" © Megan Whitmarsh
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Michael Rosenthal Gallery
345 Village Lane
Los Gatos, CA 95030
Venue Type: Gallery
QUICK FACTS
Contact
Michael Rosenthal
Open hours
Thu-Sun12-6 or by appointment 415-275-1278
Phone
415-552-1010
Gallery type
Contemporary
DESCRIPTION

 

Moving

 

June 30, 2012 is the last day at the Valencia Location

 

I am moving the gallery to my project space in Redwood City and will be up
and running by the first of September. This summer I will be fitting out my
2000 sf studio in Redwood City as a collaborative work space and gallery.
Some of the first projects will be silk screen and lithography editions. 
The move opens many options with the focus on discovering new ways
to make and present art. It is exciting to think about inventing the future.
You are invited to jump in and help advise with ideas and support as the 
project develops.

 

More to come.

 

michael 


 

Michael Rosenthal Gallery founded in 2007, is an artist-run gallery located in the Mission District in San Francisco—an area now vital to the larger art community because of its concentration of diverse artists and its innovative gallery scene. michael rosenthal has monthly solo shows which feature the work of emerging and mid-career artists. The focus is on one-person shows in order to highlight an individual artist’s work. The exhibitions cover an eclectic range of media and style—from the video installations of Jillian McDonald, to Megan Whitmarsh, whose sense of futurism is informed by Star Wars (fucked-up dusty robots) instead of Tomorrow Land. There is a main gallery, an additional smaller gallery, and a separate space for Flat Files, and a video library.

Michael Rosenthal Gallery represents Artists whose work is new and beautiful. (iconic for its time)