Marc Ellen Hamel "The Lost Man"
Marc Ellen Hamel "The Lost Man,” oil on paper, 37" x 24" (framed size)

Marc Ellen Hamel and Rondoval in “Spooked” show at UMA Gallery, Oakland

Shipyard artist Marc Ellen Hamel‘s painting “The Lost Man” is part of the group show “Spooked.” Shipyard artist Ron Sandoval (Rondoval) is also participating in the show.

Where: UMA Gallery, 3630 Telegraph Ave., Oakland, CA 94609
info@umagalleryoakland.com | (415) 640-2484

Dates: October 1 – November 5, 2022

Gallery Hours: Thursday, Friday, and Saturday 12-5 p.m.

From the gallery’s website:

“Fear is paramount to our survival. It is a powerful, primitive and deeply wired reaction. Our bodies respond similarly whether we experience fear, joy or excitement. Adrenaline levels increase; we become very alert and we sweat. Sometimes, we find ourselves laughing in response to a scary experience, as if to say in defiance, “I’m not scared.” This incongruous reaction is a temporary ruse. And yet, fear is often what makes us feel alive. If given a platform, fear is capable of opening the door to tremendous personal growth.

“What spooks you? What raises the hair off the back of your neck? What lies in the dark that makes you afraid?”

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