Trying to Not Thinking

Incline Gallery is proud to present a Solo show of work by Benjamin Vilmain. On August 25, 2017, please join us for the opening reception from 6-9pm “This body of work is in conversation with nature, which exists in the shapes and unintentional marks around our city as much as in the wilderness. I notice…

NFS

Incline Gallery is excited to present NFS, an exhibition where artists have been invited to create works directly on and around the walls of the gallery. Over the course of six weeks 10 Bay Area artists will transform the space through an evolving exhibition of murals and mixed media installations. Visitors will be able to…

823 THINKING OF YOU

Incline Gallery is proud to present: 823 THINKING OF YOU It’s a familiar experience to be the only woman, person of color, or LGBTQ in the room during an artist talk, group show, or performance. The uncomfortable silence around issues of race or the pressure to represent a monolithic identity stagnate creativity when presented within these…

Inside Spaces

Incline Gallery is proud to present: Inside Spaces Inside Spaces is a contemplative collection of objects investigating time via history and memory. Throughout the exhibition, meditative building practices ally textiles and household goods to mirror physical and cognitive spaces. Evans utilizes process and materiality as signifiers, often deconstructing what already exists and building up what…

Middle Americana 2: The Midway

Middle Americana 2: The Midway Paintings by Alan Miknis Opening Reception: March 24th, 2017 6pm – 9pm Please join us for Alan Miknis’ first solo exhibition with Incline Gallery.  “Middle Americana 2: The Midway” is a series of portraits that focuses on Miknis’ merging of Southern and West-Coast cultures.  Having grown up in rural Georgia and…

Push/Pull

Incline Gallery is excited to announce Push/Pull, a two person show featuring the works of Laurel Shear and Melissa Wyman. Laurel Shear makes lush oil paintings that oscillate between abstraction and representation, allowing and encouraging the paint to become a part of the narrative.  Shears paintings draw inspiration from pop culture imagery, personal experience and…