I’m honored to be included in Stay Inspired, a National Book Award gold medal winner. The thought-provoking pairing of artwork and poetry was created as a response to the global pandemic, and its first printing sold out in a matter of weeks. The reprinted edition is now available.
“The $15.95 million Jay Jeffers-designed penthouse at The Avery was unveiled this week. Jeffers worked with Dolby Chadwick Gallery to curate more than 35 art pieces, including works by Sherie’ Franssen, Robert Kingston, Philip Buller, Barbara Vaughn, and Kota Ozawa.” – Jen Woo
Dolby Chadwick Gallery show “Uncharted Waters” is up through December 2. The work addresses controversial issues from the first year of the Trump administration. Shown below are Pride, Mexican Wall, and a partial view of S-O-S triptych.
My third solo show at Dolby Chadwick Gallery in San Francisco will open on Thursday, Nov. 2nd. “Uncharted Waters” references recent environmental, social, and diplomatic issues in the US, and runs through Dec. 2nd.
Dolby Chadwick Gallery celebrates its 20th anniversary with a group show, “Artist as Subject”, which runs from July 10 through September 2.
“A new standard for style and amenities is achieved in part by the art installations displayed throughout the common areas. Specially commissioned pieces from renowned local artists Barbara Vaughn and Tom Lieber are the highlights…giving 399 Fremont the feel of an upscale art gallery.” – UDR via Newswire
New pieces at Dolby Chadwick Gallery feature work shot in San Francisco and Sausalito waters.
Provoli Aniexi was shown by Dolby Chadwick Gallery at the Art Miami fair in December, and the edition sold out!
“Barbara Vaughn combines her love of water and an appetite for abstraction and distills an inventive formula that ‘springs from an unexpected confluence of nature and the man-made world….’ For this artist, inspiration comes from the magic of harnessing water’s inherent ability to mirror and transform the appearance of objects in and around it. Vaughn […]