Stanford Art Spaces         ... changing art exhibits at Stanford University


 
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SAS is one of the largest galleries in the Bay area, with over 50 works in each show. Each exhibit is on the Stanford University campus, mainly in the Paul G. Allen building (C.I.S.) but also continues in the David Packard building and in Jordan Hall’s Psychology office.
Buildings are open 8:30 am to 5 pm, Monday through Friday, excluding University holidays. An exhibit directory is available at the CIS reception desk.


For information: contact DeWitt Cheng, Curator, at (650) 725-3622 or dewittc@stanford.edu


August 23, 2013 to November 15, 2013, Stanford Art Spaces features this exhibit:

Toko Shinoda — A Lifetime of Accomplishment

Vermillion Breeze © 2013

Heian Verse © 2013
A special exhibit made possible by Norman H. Tolman in celebration of the artist’s 100th birthday and the 50th Anniversary of
the Inter-University Center for Japanese Language Studies (IUC). Mr. Tolman is a graduate of the second class of the IUC (’65).



Stanford Art Spaces is also sponsoring three other exhibits:
Cuba 2012
 
Patricia McClung
at the Institute for Research in Social Science, 30 Alta Rd.
and in the Psychology Department Office, Building 420
at the Center for Longevity, Landau Building



Schedule of Exhibits
8/23/13 - 11/15/13
-90-
Toko Shinoda A Lifetime of Accomplishment
        –
Lithographs and Paintings
 


Past Exhibits
5/31/13 - 8/8/13
-89-
Warren J. Hedgpeth
Bryan Ida
Aryana B. Londir
Paintings 
Paintings 
Fiber Constructions 
3/29/13 - 5/23/13
-88-
Nicole M. Lomangino
Michelle Sakhai
Chun-Hui Yu
Mixed Media 
Paintings 
Paintings 
1/25/13 - 3/21/13
-87-
Brent Bushnell
Sofia Carmi
Jessica Eastburn
Alison Woods
Painted Shaped Canvases 
Paintings 
Paintings 
Paintings 
11/15/12 - 1/17/13
Cuba 2012
-86-
Charles Anselmo, Linda Barsotti, DeWitt Cheng, Stan Chism,
Dana Flores, Bill Jackson,
Kristina Johnson, Dayton Misfeldt and Christian Pease
Photography
9/14/12 - 11/8/12
-85-
Manli Chao
Lucy Liew
Jingui Zhang
Paintings 
Paintings 
Paintings 
7/6/12 - 9/6/12
-84-
Ben Alexy
Valerie P. Cohen
Kyungsoo Lee
Paintings 
Watercolor, Ink & Mixed Media 
Paintings 
4/13/12 - 6/28/12
-83-
Jose Allen
Wayne Jiang
Terry Thompson
Paintings 
Paintings 
Photography 
2/10/12 - 4/5/12
-82-
Jean-Marc Brugeilles
Sagi Erez
Lu Jianjun
Paintings 
Paintings 
Paintings 
12/9/11 - 2/2/12
-81-
Kathryn Dunlevie
Brian Huber
Leo Posillico
Mixed Media 
Paintings 
Paintings 
9/30/11 - 12/1/11
-80-
Sue Averell
Carmen Barefield
Marianne Bland
Paintings 
Paintings 
Paintings 
5/26/11 - 7/23/11
-79-
Jeung H. Kang
Claudia Stevens
Ichen Wu
Paintings 
Botanical Paintings 
Paintings 
5/26/11 - 7/23/11
-78-
Mark McAfee Brown
Gabe Sheen
Haiying Wang
Digital Art 
Photography 
Painting 
3/25/11 - 5/19/11
-77-
Rajiv Khilnani
Yvonne Porcella
Stella Zhang
Paintings & Mixed Media 
Quilts 
Mixed Media 
1/28/11 - 3/17/11
-76-
Angelica DiChiara
Gil Mares
Alan Sonneman
Vaibhav Tripathi
Paintings 
Photography 
Paintings 
Photography 
11/5/10 - 1/20/11
-75-
Alice Beasley
James Su
John Sundstrom
Textile Art 
Paintings & Pastels 
Paintings & Charcoal Drawings 
9/3/10 - 10/28/10
-74-
Ken Holden
Gianna Marino
Pat Sherwood & Neal Boor
Photographic Impressionism 
Mixed Media Paintings 
Paintings 
7/2/10 - 8/26/10
-73-
Eliana Iurato
Monika
Matt Rhoades
Paintings 
Mixed Media Paintings 
Mixed Media & Paintings 
4/23/10 - 6/24/10
-72-
Prakash Chandras
Lea Feinstein
Mark A. Lightfoot
Paintings & Sculpture 
Paintings 
Paintings 
2/19/10 - 4/15/10
-71-
Susan Goldsmith
Nancy Hom
Larry Richardson
Mixed Media 
Serigraphs and Mixed Media 
Paintings and Mixed Media 
12/11/09 - 2/11/10
-70-
Mark Engel
Michael Golden
Anthony Ventura
Mixed Media 
Photomontages 
Paintings 
10/2/09 - 12/3/09
-69-
Keith Gaspari
William Harsh
Mitchell Johnson
Colored Pencil Drawings 
Paintings 
Paintings 
7/31/09 - 9/24/09
-68-
Nancy D. Eckels
Werner Glinka
Asha Menghrajani
Paintings 
Mixed Media Assemblages 
Paintings 
5/22/09 - 7/23/09
-67-
Sobhan Dutta
Lar Landa
Sandra Chen Weinstein
Paintings & Drawings 
Paintings 
Photography 
3/20/09 - 5/14/09
-66-
Tim Clare
Tamara Danoyan
Priyanka Gupta
Mixed Media 
Photography 
Paintings 
1/16/09 - 3/12/09
-65-
Wendy Brayton
Rebeca Stanton
Marcia Stein
Paintings 
Paintings 
Textile Art 
10/31/08 - 1/8/09
-64-
Katherine K. Allen
Feng Jin
Kay Kang
Chunming Yu
Stitched Monotypes on Silk 
Sculpture 
Mixed Media 
Paintings 
8/29/08 - 10/23/08
-63-
Gregory A. Cope
Daniel Newman
Xavier Nuez
Janna Stern
Photography 
Photography 
Photography 
Photomontages 
6/27/08 - 8/21/08
-62-
Arthur C. Avary
Beth Avary
Corina del Carmel
Diana Leone
Digital Art 
Paintings 
Paintings 
Painted Art Quilts 
4/18/08 - 6/19/08
-61-
Joe Decker
Šárka Holecková & Richard Trager
Ursula O'Farrell
Photography 
Photography 
New Images of Woman - Paintings 
2/15/08 - 4/10/08
-60-
Kent Manske
Kenney Mencher
Lynn Rubenzer
Original Prints 
Paintings 
Paintings 
12/7/07 - 2/7/08
-59-
Annie Armstrong
Jill Jeannides
Robert Schimke
Paintings 
Paintings 
Paintings & Mixed Media 
9/21/07 - 11/29/07
-58-
Marion Coleman
Mary K. Connelly
Kamal Al Mansour
Textiles & Mixed Media 
Paintings 
Mixed Media 
7/13/07 - 9/13/07
-57-
Arturo Bolanos
Patricia McClung
Claire Iris Schencke
Paintings & Prints 
Photomontages 
Mixed Media Paintings 
4/27/07 - 7/5/07
-56-
Kristin Abbott
Salma Arastu
Carol Manasse
Illustrations 
Paintings 
Paintings 
2/16/07 - 4/19/07
-55-
Robert Bush
Cynthia Lait
Victoria Veedell
Paintings 
Mixed Media Collage & Paintings 
Paintings 
12/8/06 - 2/8/07
-54-
Bohdanna Kesala
Amy Da-Peng King
Mellissa Shields
Oil Paintings 
Watercolors 
Collage 
9/22/06 - 11/30/06
7 Photographers
-53-
Charles Anselmo
William Bishop
Alejandra Chaverri
Kathryn Dunlevie
Barbara Kossy
Maurice Stevens
Marianne Thomas
Photography 
Photography 
Photography 
Photography 
Photography 
Photography 
Photography 
7/21/06 - 9/14/06
-52-
Gilbert Marosi
Robert Marosi Bustamante
Nona Haydon
Paintings 
Paintings 
Paintings 
5/19/06 - 7/13/06
-51-
Kelvin Curry
Daniel Gautier
Midori McCabe
Olga Tsareva
Soft Pastels 
Paintings 
Mixed Media 
Paintings & Pencil Drawings 
3/17/06 - 5/11/06
-50-
Roni Feldman
Nena Jaye
Deborah Karasik & Janet Mednick
Airbrush paintings 
Paintings 
Quilts 
1/13/06 - 3/9/06
-49-
Charles Beck
Mark Keller
Franšois Miglio
Paintings 
Paintings 
Paintings 
11/4/05 - 1/5/06
-48-
Marne Jaye
Beverly Wilson
TheArthur Wright
Paintings 
Paintings 
Bleach Art Paintings 
8/26/05 - 10/27/05
-47-
Bill Atkinson
Marguerite Olson Fletcher
Peter Foley
Mitchell Johnson
Ulla de Larios
Photography 
Paintings 
Mixed Media 
Paintings 
Woven Wall Hangings 
7/1/05 - 8/18/05
-46-
Alice Marston
Kathleen Otley
Kim Thoman
 
plus students from Gunn H.S., coordinated by their Art Teacher Deanna Messenger
Paintings 
Paintings & Sculpture 
Mixed Media 
Gunn High School Exhibit
4/22/05 - 6/23/05
Philippine Exhibit
-45-
Alfredo Alcala, Christian Alcala, Angelo Baldemor, Manuel Baldemor, Norma Belleza, A. Celis, Melissa Nolledo-Christoffels, Terry Acebo Davis, Ben Lagasca, Anthony Cruz Legarda, Norma Nuyles Robinson, Manny Rodriguez, Lizanne Uychaco, and Mel Vera Cruz Paintings, Digital Paintings, Mixed Media, Prints, Pen and Pencil Drawings, Watercolors, Fashion Photographs, Sculpture, and Comic Art
2/18/05 - 4/14/05
-44-
Gerald Huth
Dennis Kohn
Dennis Lau
Mixed Media 
Photographic Art 
Ethnographic Photography 
12/10/04 - 2/10/05
-43-
Richard Godinez
Masako Miki
Stephen Osborn
Paintings 
Paintings & Drawings 
Paintings 
10/1/04 - 12/2/04
-42-
Andrea Fono
Linda Montalto
Sarah Ratchye
Paintings and Prints 
Paintings 
Paintings and Prints 
7/30/04 - 9/22/04
-41-
Katie Hawkinson
Sofie Siegmann
Joseph Slusky
Jie Zhou
Paintings 
Paintings 
Sculpture 
Paintings 
5/28/04 - 7/22/04
-40-
Barbara Allie
Omar Chacon
Tom Gehrig
Paintings 
Paintings 
Mixed Media Paintings 
4/2/04 - 5/20/04
Reflections
-39-
Kayomi Harai
Judy Johnson-Williams
Lucy Liew
Paintings 
Carved Cardboard 
Paintings 
1/30/04 - 3/25/04
-38-
Robert Haemmerling
Jeehee Lee
Mixed Media Painting 
Computer Art 
11/21/03 - 1/22/04
Three Photographers
-37-
Sandra Chandler
Jeffrey Davis
Marie-Jo Mont-Reynaud
Venice Carnevale - Photography 
Path of Discovery - Photography 
People of Haiti - Photography 
9/19/03 - 11/13/03
San Francisco Focus
-36-
Richard Devlin
Dale Perkins
Paintings & Digital Collages 
Paintings 
7/18/03 - 9/11/03
-35-
Julie Dummermuth
Eirik Johnson
Kathleen J. Li
Maria Park
Maria Vasconcelos
Paintings 
Photography 
Paintings 
Mixed Media 
Paintings 
5/16/03 - 7/10/03
-34-
DeWitt Cheng
Mark Grim
Andrew Alan Totman
Paintings 
Paintings 
Paintings and Prints 
3/14/03 - 5/8/03
-33-
Carla Golder
Ralph Greco
Brenda Jamrus
Drawings and Prints 
Sculpture 
Drawings, Mixed Media & Photography 
1/10/03 - 3/6/03
-32-
Dana Kawano,
Remarque Loy, and
John Dunham
Doorways to Tranquility 
  -   Mixed Media and Photography 
10/25/02 - 1/02/03
-31-
Duane Armstrong
George Sumner
Paintings 
Paintings 
8/23/02 - 10/17/02
-30-
Nina Else
Tracey Brookshier,
Susan Else,
Suzan Friedland, and
Christine Sodt
Ceramic Sculpture
 
Quilts / Textile Arts
 
 
6/24/02 - 8/15/02
-29-
Sydell Lewis
Parima Parineh
Sirima Sataman
Paintings & Prints 
Pastel Paintings 
Prints of Calif. Missions & Coupled Trees 
4/12/02 - 6/18/02
-28-
Kendra Barron
Warner Williams
Paintings 
Paintings 
2/8/02 - 4/4/02
-27-
Tom Killion
Khosrow Sayyak
Linoleum and Wood Prints 
Paintings 
12/7/01 - 1/31/02
-26-
Karen Hale
Tom Marlatt
Tessa
Paper Collage 
Painting 
Painting 
10/5/01 - 11/29/01
-25-
Sylvie Donmoyer
Lisah Horner
NY Signature Art Quilters
Paintings 
Prints 
Quilts 
8/3/01 - 9/25/01
-24-
Robin Cowley
Paula Menchen
Nancy Tector
Art Quilts 
Mixed Media Paintings 
Multi-media Acrylic Works 
6/1/01 - 7/26/01
-23-
Stephen Ehret
Michael Protiva
Paintings 
Paintings 
3/30/01 - 5/24/01
-22-
Glenn Hirsch
Pamela Lanza
Mixed Media Paintings 
Mixed Media 
1/26/01 - 3/22/01
-21-
Megan Hurst
Jon Nimetz
Paintings & Photographs 
Paintings 
11/24/00 - 1/18/01
-20-
Janet Fullmer Bajorek
Hugo Lecaros
Martha Zappe
Sculpture 
Paintings 
Prints 
9/29/00 - 11/16/00
-19-
Michael S. Moore
Wm. Kirk Moore
Paintings 
Photographs 
7/28/00 - 9/21/00
-18-
John Clendening
Gregory Deane
Paintings 
Paintings 
5/26/00 - 7/20/00
-17-
John Cadigan
Natasha Foucault
Barbara Milman
Woodcuts 
Silk Paintings 
Mixed Media Constructions 
3/24/00 - 5/18/00
-16-
JoAnne Horsfall Beasley
Elizabeth Gˇmez
Tony Speirs
Oil Pastels / Pencil on Paper 
Paintings and Prints  
Paintings 
1/21/00 - 3/16/00
-15-
Anthony Holdsworth
Beryl Landau
Paintings 
Paintings 
12/22/99 - 1/13/00
-14-
Christa Berry, Lisa Burke,
Jennifer Eng, Ariana Faustini, Corrina Juanitas, Dorothea Rohlfs, and Ashok Sadrozinski, coordinated by their Art Teacher Anna Eng
Palo Alto High School Exhibit
10/22/99 - 12/16/99
-13-
Mary Anhaltzer, Sonya Barrington, Wati Grossman, Lynn Koolish,
Jaye Lapachet, Diana Lynn,
Linda MacDonald, Therese May, Nana Montgomery, Ann Rhode, Rebecca Rohrkaste, Joan Schulze, Cathy Shanahan, Kathleen Sharp, Lita Star, and Joan McLeod
Quilts and Fiber Arts

    and

Marbling
8/20/99 - 10/14/99
-12-
Sherry Smith Bell
Lynn Curtis
Violet Fields
Elizabeth Paganelli
Etchings 
Paintings 
Paintings 
Mixed Media Monotypes 
6/18/99 - 8/12/99
-11-
Stefan Barton
Raymond Howell
Drawings, Collographs & Paintings 
Paintings - 40 year retrospective 
4/6/99 - 6/10/99
-10-
Miran Ahn
Mirang Wonne
Paintings 
Acylic & Mixed Media 
2/12/99 - 4/8/99
-9-
James Heron
Seung Chul Lee
Paintings 
Prints 
12/11/98 - 2/4/99
-8-
Courtney Peaters
Merl Ross
Ted Vasin
Paintings 
Paintings & Works on Paper 
Paintings 
10/9/98 - 12/3/98
-7-
Sherry Karver
Sandy Young
Mixed Media Paintings 
Digital Art 
8/7/98 - 10/1/98
-6-
Greg Gawlowski
Larry Van Deusen
Photography 
My Global Village - Paintings 
6/5/98 - 7/30/98
-5-
Terry Acebo Davis
Lenore Chinn
Seta Injeyan
Lithographs and Monoprints 
Paintings 
Paintings 
4/3/98 - 5/28/98
-4-
Daniela
Craig Schindler
Patricia Sherwood
Paintings 
Digital Images 
Paintings 
1/23/98 - 3/26/98
-3-
I Madé Moja
Peter Silten
Paintings in Chinese Ink & Watercolor 
Lithographs and Pen & Acrylic Paintings 
11/21/97 - 1/15/98
-2-
Jon Rife
Carol Summers
Monotypes and Paintings 
Woodcuts 
9/25/97 - 11/13/97
-1-
Barbara Galuszka-Parsons The Altar Series  -   Digital photography 
1986 - 1997 Various artists During this period there were over 50 prior exhibits

If you are coming by car, here are directions to the Stanford Art Spaces. (Allow extra time because major constuction will continue throughout the 2012 year between Parking Structure #2 and the Paul Allen building - See the map below.)

Information for Visitors
The art is currently displayed in public areas of three campus buildings shown on the map:
  • Paul G. Allen - C.I.S.
  • David Packard - Electrical Engineering
  • Building 420 - Psychology Department
Monday to Friday, 8:30 am to 5 pm
 
Map

         

Information for Artists
Stanford Art Spaces (SAS) has been one of the largest galleries in the Bay Area for over 25 years. SAS has held over 140 exhibits, represented over 300 artists, and displayed over 5,000 works.

SAS provides a unique opportunity for artists from the Bay Area and the Western States to exhibit their work in Stanford University’s Paul G. Allen building (CIS) and selective other buildings on the campus. It also allows the Stanford community and the general public to view new and exciting pieces of art.

SAS schedules exhibitions by both established and emerging artists. The works exhibited are usually in the possession of the artists, rather than on consignment or belonging to commercial galleries.

Most works must be able to be hung on a wall. Art may be in a variety of media, including original paintings, drawings, graphic art, photography, paper, quilts, and fiber arts. On occasions, small sculpture may also be displayed. In general, however, small works are not appropriate for the wall spaces. SAS hangs the exhibits, provides local publicity, arranges opening receptions, and provides insurance.

Artists should not schedule other exhibits in the nearby Peninsula area for six months prior to the Stanford show. Artists are responsible for delivery and pickup. Work must be ready to hang when delivered, which means that all pieces should have already been framed and wired, matted, and covered with glass or Plexiglas as appropriate. All work must remain installed for the full duration of the exhibition, which is normally two months.

While work is installed at SAS, it is insured by the University. Prior to delivery of pieces for installation, the artist must provide a list of prices that includes all exhibited works (even if some are not for sale). Work may be on sale while it is on view; price lists will be available at the reception desk at CIS and in the Curator's office. A voluntary twenty percent donation to the University is encouraged for any items sold.

Exhibits are selected by the Curator of SAS, who reserves the right to make final decisions on number of pieces, size of works, exhibition design, and installation procedures. In selecting artists for SAS, the judgment of art is subjective. It is not possible to please every viewer. Work is selected for its artistic merit, the suitability of its subject matter, and the appropriateness of its size and medium for the building. Comments and suggestions are invited from viewers and artists.

Benefits to participating artists are:
  • An interested and large viewing audience that includes faculty, researchers, university staff, students, and the general public.
  • The prestige of exhibiting at an internationally recognized university.
Stanford Art Spaces is a Non-Profit Gallery.

Artists interested in applying should (1) send a resume and photographs, or (2) email a resume and digitized images (preferably jpeg, gif, or tiff), or (3) provide the url of a website containing this information.

                       

The curator DeWitt Cheng can be contacted by:
  • Phone: 650-725-3622
  • Fax: 650-725-0991
  • Mail: SAS Curator, CIS-004, Stanford CA, 94305


Stanford Art Spaces is not affiliated with either
the Iris & B. Gerald Cantor Center for Visual Arts
or the "Art at the Institute" exhibits at Serra House.



For information about the Paul G. Allen Center for Integrated Systems click here.


Art is imagery intended to evoke emotion. Life without art is like a day without sunshine. Stanford Art Spaces has public art exhibits in two buildings on the Stanford University campus. It is not associated with the Stanford University Art Department or the Stanford Museum. There is no dedicated gallery space for art shows by Stanford Art Spaces. Exhibits of art are in public spaces that are open weekdays from 9 to 5. The art includes a broad variety of media, styles, and themes. Paintings, drawings, photography, illustration, oil, acrylic, watercolor, pastel, charcoal, pencil, montage, collage, prints, monoprints, serigraphs, abstract, realism, contemporary, quilting, sculpture. Art exhibits are based on the work of local professional and amateur artists.