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"The Art of Seeing” Art Exhibition at 4th Street Fine Art, Berkeley (In-Person & Virtual) - Check Below for Gallery Hours & Link for Virtual Exhibit
Where: 4th Street Fine Art, 2000 4th Street @ University, Berkeley
When: March 5, 2021 to April 18, 2021
Gallery Hours: Friday, Saturday, and Sunday 11am-4pm (capacity limited to 8 people inside at one time)
*Please follow all safety protocols during your visit: Wear a mask at all times, and practice social distancing
Artist Reception via Zoom: Sunday, March 21, 4pm (PST) - Virtual Reception Click Here
Virtual Exhibit Click Here
4th Street Fine Art presents our new exhibition, “The Art of Seeing,” to celebrate the visual delight of art. In these times when we are spending so much time at home, art helps us travel to favorite places in our mind. Join our eighteen artists as they explore different aspects of perspective, from the raptor’s eye of Owl photographed by Jeff Torquemada and Wendy Sparks to the mind’s eye of “Forest for the Trees,” by Valerie Sobel. New artists Celena Peet and Vera Totos introduce their textile compositions “See and Be Seen” and “Speed Limit.” Join us in to view in person in our well-ventilated gallery or online at 4thstreetfineartshop.com.
We have a wide selection of hand-made, local art, including painting, prints, photography, sculpture and jewelry. From safari shots of leopards to one-of-a-kind handcrafted necklaces to oil nudes and paper collage, we have it all. Our gallery features several artists’ work spaces, so you can see the tools of the trade. We’re conveniently located right off the University exit in Berkeley, two blocks from the Apple Store. You can visit us along with the other fine shops of 4th Street. See you soon!