Berkeley gallery showcases California’s best digital artists

January 11, 2019 by  

The Expressions Gallery in Berkeley, California will be sponsoring an off-site display of art submitted by 29 artists from Berkeley’s Digital Artists Collectives (DAC).

The collection of work is known as the Digital Fine Art Expressions and has been an ongoing exhibit at the Berkeley Central Arts Passage since last October. This exhibit honors the influence that technology has on the art community, as well as modern society. Every piece on display was produced with the help of technology, including vector designs, composites, digital photographs, and forms of graphic design.

Marianne Betterly, Rinna B Flohr, and Erika Gagnon are the co-curators for the exhibit, featuring submissions from digital artists like Susan Davis, Verona Fonte, and Barry Shapiro. The Expressions Gallery has made use of flyer printing to provide a full list of participating artists available on flyers found on the gallery’s website. Art enthusiasts can also purchase works created by artists from the DAC that have been put up for sale online.

This February, the featured pieces will be taken down, so anyone who is interested is welcome to visit the Berkeley Central Arts Passage by February 23. The exhibit will be open 9:00 am to 6:00 pm on Monday through Friday, and 9:00 am to 5:00 pm on Saturday.

Digital Fine Art Expressions is a public display and will be free to view. Any questions regarding the exhibit can be answered by calling The Expressions Gallery at 510-644-4930.

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