From a Piedmont Center for the Arts email:
A group exhibition showcasing a selection of artworks by eight female artists from the East Bay will be open at Piedmont Center for the Arts every weekend through October 27.
“8WA” will be on view Saturdays and Sundays, from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. or by appointment. The exhibition features the work of Laura Abrams, Deborah Green, Michelle Lewis, Laura McNall, Juliet Mevi, Jacqui Rubenstein, Ariella Seidenberg, and Caskey Weston.
“We appreciate this opportunity to present a self-curated show from our personal collections,“ said Deborah Green, the artist who initiated the project. “I am proud to be part of this group of so many talented and accomplished women, and we are looking forward to exhibiting a strong body of artwork in this beautiful space. It’s especially meaningful to be emerging with a collective show after months of pandemic isolation. Works on display showcase a wide variety of styles and media. Growing out of an association through the Northern California Women’s Caucus for Art, many of the artists here embrace its activist mission with works that put forward dynamic feminist, environmental, and social justice messages.”
Over 50 works will be on display. Gallery hours are free and open to the public, no reservation is required. Piedmont Center for the Arts , 801 Magnolia Ave.