Saturday, May 18
6 – 8:30 pm
May 18 – July 20
Victoria Wagner’s radiant color play channels the cosmological and psychological interactions of the human, animal and environmental world. Using the organic and industrial materials of wood and aluminum, oil paint and mica mineral, her work is at once vibrant and restful, meditative and celebratory.
Wagner has shown extensively in the Bay Area and beyond, and bridges the worlds of her Occidental forest home and the urban landscape of Oakland, where she teaches at the California College of the Arts.
This exhibition showcases her most recent work, as the artist studiously and beautifully maps out the often-discordant world into color and cadence.
Pictured: Victoria Wagner, “Keyhole,” 2018. Oil, 22 karat mineral, and mica mineral on canvas. 36″ x 36.”