Maxine at her solo show at Arthaus Gallery.

Maxine at her solo show at Arthaus Gallery.

Current and Upcoming Shows

2019 Solo Shows

Tim Collom Gallery, 915 20th St. Sacramento, CA – February 2019
Recepton for the artisit - February 9th, 2019 6pm to 8pm

Tsao Gallery, Davis Art Center, Davis, CA – June 2019

2018

ArtHaus Gallery Grand Re-opening, 228 Townsend St.. San Francisco, CA 94107 - October 2018

2017

ArtHaus Gallery, 411 Brannan St. San Francisco, CA – New Group Show every 3 months.

2016 

ArtHaus Gallery, 228 Townsend St, S.F. 94107– New Group Show every 3 months.

Art for Aids Gala, Metreon Center, 135 4th Street, San Francisco, CA – Sept. 12.

San Jose Institute of Contemporary Art, 560 S. First St., San Jose, CA – October.


 Vlad, a 98 year old studio visitor.

Vlad, a 98 year old studio visitor.

Reviews

San Francisco Chronicle Review – Former esteemed art critic Kenneth Baker, Art Critic
Maxine Solomon: The Space of In Between: “‘Turneresque’ may not be too grand a word to describe the recent work of Bay Area painter Maxine Solomon. She packs her canvases with so much aesthetic information that they generate on their own the sort of pictorial storms and atmospheres that the British master of the sublime loved to conjure. She, however, has cast off the last vestiges of figure and subject and gone for sheer immersion.”
San Francisco Art Picks – Kenneth Baker

Preston Metcalf, Chief Curator for the Triton Museum of Art in Santa Clara, CA, states, “Her work is pure visual poetry and as such makes the viewing experience a true reward.”

George Rivera, Former Executive Director of the Triton Museum, refers to Solomon’s paintings as “a strong, consistent body of work that digs deep beneath the surface and touches levels of thought many do not achieve. Her work celebrates the depths beneath and beyond the surface.”

San Francisco Art Picks – Kenneth Baker Maxine Solomon: The Space of In Between:  “Don’t Miss”

Santa Clara Weekly – Melissa McKenzie
“Solomon dares viewers to explore their own realities. Her paintings celebrate the depth beneath and beyond the surface.”


 Studio work table.

Studio work table.

Work Can Be Seen At

ArtHaus - 411 Brannan St.,
San Francisco (415) 977-0223

SFMOMA Artists Gallery - Building A, Fort Mason, San Francisco, CA

Artist's Studio, WorkSpace Limited - 8 E. Abbey Street, Winters, CA 95694

Mission Artistis United 

Artspan Org

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