We are pleased to present this virtual art gallery for our Spring 2021 group show ONE BAY / SHRINKING SHORELINES / TOXIC WATERS.

Curator Regina Gilligan has selected 21 artists for this show whose work reflects the beauty of the bay and its shoreline communities. The inspiration for this show comes from BridgeMakerARTs’ hometown, Richmond.

Chevron oil spills and contested shoreline projects have threatened the health of the bay, deprived our community of open shoreline, and disturb land filled with toxic chemicals. The wildlife above and beneath the bay is at risk. All that we stand to lose.

These artworks are a call to action. So much has already been lost. To purchase artworks, please contact each artist directly—you will find contact details on each artist page.

Click below and visit each Artist page – listed in alphabetical order.
Mount Tam (Abbott)
Blue Slate (Barnard)
Obstruction (Bowman)
Mount Tam from Point Pinole (Birky)
The Day the Sun Didn’t Come Out
(Edmonds-Matthew)
Floating Over the Azure Sea (Fritsche)
Looking South from Point Molate (Jarvis)
Sandpipers (Kortz)
Untitled (Lee)
Romantic Benecia (McNally)
Dead Planet (Minkler
Yerba Buena Sunken Ship Four (Morgan)
Bay Whale (Navas)
Redwood Creek (Newton)
Point Pinole (Otten)
Bullwhip Kelp (Paesch)
China Camp, San Rafael (Saxe)
Early Summer at Meeker Slough (Saxton)

Video Installations

Oil Spill in the Water (performance art – Serrano)
TIDES (installation – Winters)
Catawba

About Curator Regina Gilligan

Curator Regina Gilligan received an MFA from the San Francisco Art Institute. Her art career has included art shows, teaching, technical theater, artist-in-residences and grants for collaborative work from the NEA, Rockefeller Foundation and San Francisco Schools and volunteer community projects.  Visit reginagilligan.com

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