Krevsky Danville show poster

Shipyard artists in Danville group show

Hunters Point Shipyard artists, Diana Krevsky, Kim Smith, and Mary Southall have works in “Altered & Reimagined,” a Danville exhibition of “up-cycled, recycled and found objects turned into art”

Altered & Reimagined, An exhibition featuring 10 Bay Area Collage & Assemblage Artists
The Town of Danville’s Village Theatre Art Gallery
June 19-August 6, 2021

Altered & Reimagined is an art exhibit comprised of the creative, delightful, and very imaginative work of 10 Bay Area artists whose focus is on creating artwork out of repurposed objects—things old and new—into one-of-a-kind collages and sculptures. Artists included in this exhibition are Marsha Balian, Dyanna Dimick, Tom Franco, Dianne Hoffman, Diana Krevsky, Sarah Lee, Kim Smith, Mary Southall, Karen Stanton, and Kathryn Wills.

Also featured as part of this exhibition are two kinetic sculptures standing 12 feet tall and 14 feet wide, created by the FoldHaus Artist Collective. At night, a rainbow of LED lights cycle through from top to bottom and back to the top again in a stunning display of art and engineering.

Town of Danville / Village Theatre Art Gallery
233 Front Street, Danville, CA 94526
925-314-3460

June 19 –August 6
Art Gallery hours:

Tuesday – Thursday 1:00 pm – 5:00 pm
Friday 10:00 pm – 1:00 pm
Walk-ins are welcome, but appointments are encouraged.
www.danville.ca.gov/vtart

For more information please call 925-314-3467 or
email ArtGallery@danville.ca.gov

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