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Livermore: Human figures, abstract to realism

"Equilibrium" by Judith Kunzlé is part of the new exhibit in the Bankhead Gallery, "Go Figure," celebrating the spirit, style and emotion expressed in the human figure through the eyes of 26 artists, running through July 8.

Nearly 50 works will feature styles from abstract to realism and include both two-and three-dimensional pieces. A concurrent exhibit in the Founders Room, adjacent to the Bankhead lobby, will feature works from E. Trent Thompson's "Pictures for People" project.

A free Artists' Reception will be held from 1-3 p.m. this Saturday with refreshments and music by the Gibbard family string quartet. The Bankhead Gallery is located in the lobby of the theater, 2400 First St. in Livermore; it is open Mondays through Wednesdays, as well as Sundays from noon to 5 p.m. and by appointment.

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Livermore: Human figures, abstract to realism

by / Pleasanton Weekly

Uploaded: Thu, May 9, 2019, 10:19 am

"Equilibrium" by Judith Kunzlé is part of the new exhibit in the Bankhead Gallery, "Go Figure," celebrating the spirit, style and emotion expressed in the human figure through the eyes of 26 artists, running through July 8.

Nearly 50 works will feature styles from abstract to realism and include both two-and three-dimensional pieces. A concurrent exhibit in the Founders Room, adjacent to the Bankhead lobby, will feature works from E. Trent Thompson's "Pictures for People" project.

A free Artists' Reception will be held from 1-3 p.m. this Saturday with refreshments and music by the Gibbard family string quartet. The Bankhead Gallery is located in the lobby of the theater, 2400 First St. in Livermore; it is open Mondays through Wednesdays, as well as Sundays from noon to 5 p.m. and by appointment.

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