2020 30x30x30 EXHIBTION

 

Var Gallery presents its 6th iteration of the 30x30x30 Exhibition. Artists were given the perimeters to make one piece a day within a 6” x 6 ”x 6” dimension. Each artist worked for 30 consecutive days during the month of January.  The exhibiting artists are:​

​Leggy (Alexander) Arnold & Niki Johnson, Jay Arpin, Melissa Courtney & Reginald Baylor, Jesse Bell, Siara Berry, Sara Bott, Brian Breider, Deb Dila, Andrea Dolter, Kathryn Dreifuerst, Emma Daisy Gertel, Carrie Gillen, Benjamin Gray, Rachel Hausmann Schall, Erik Holman, Jessica Hunt, Lisa Idarraga, Clare Jorgensen, David Najib Kasir, David Katz, Maeve Jackson, Ryan Mahony, Hannah Jo Malaczynski, Lisa Mathewson, Angela Minga, Allen Morris, Riley Niemack, Rosy Petri, Annelise Pollard, Anna Rodriguez, Kat Rodriguez, Bela Roongta, Leah Schretenthaler & Tom Dahlseid, Maria Spengel, Adam Stoner, Nic Umbs, Dave Watkins, Jenna Wilson, Maria Amalia Wood, Missy Ziebart

 

PREVIOUS EXHIBITION:

OUT OF THE CELLAR, WORKS FROM THE

REAL TINSEL FLAT FILES

Three years ago, REAL TINSEL began the long process of building a registry of work on paper from artists throughout the state. Over the past few years the files have continued to grow, reaching almost 100 artists and over 1000 individual works. This ever-expanding project is located in the basement of REAL TINSEL along with a sofa, a viewing platform, a turntable, a dry bar and other amenities to encourage the ultimate private viewing session. It’s open to the public by appointment at any hour or day, and always for walk-ins when the gallery is open.

 

SMALL WORKS GALLERY:

WORKS BY VAR ARTIST-IN-RESIDENCE 

All works are 6'' by 6'' or smaller. Browse our collection of paintings, drawings, sculpture, mixed-media, and photography. 

 

VAR COLLECTION:

 LARGE WORKS BY VAR ARTIST-IN-RESIDENCE 

Currently in the collection: Emma Daisy, David Najib Kasir, *Nykoli Koslow, Dave Watkins.

*banner image ft. work by Nykoli Koslow

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VAR T-SHIRTS:

T-shirts designed by Sheena Eastman

Proceeds from t-shirt sales will be donated directly to organizations that contribute to Uplifting the BIPOC community.