Events & Exhibitions

Current Events:


Sean Brannan has originals and prints available at the gallery now.

The featured art works have been created using a unique synthetic fabric/paper. The juxtaposition of vibrantly layered colors and abstract elements in non-sequential repetition exhibit the cumulative effect of creating an optical phenomena of dynamic, energetic movement along with perceptual ambiguities.

“I am concerned with the creation of an evolving perceptual interaction between my work and the viewer. I utilize color and space to force upon the viewer a perception of fluctuating movement. I would like to engage the committed viewer and reward them for their curiosity.”  Sean Brannan

Past Exhibition:

DIXON RAND: New American Standard

Dixon Rand art-to-wear event Nov. 17

Re-Gallery will be hosting DIXON RAND: New American Standard art to wear show featuring 100% sustainable clothing designs. Designer Abe Voytek will be featuring his fall line at Re-Gallery for the first time along with installation pieces to view and wear. The Art to Wear show will showcase re-purposed textiles that have been manipulated into high fashion clothing and accessories.
Dixon Rand: For the indulgent adventurer, rebel, philosopher, and gentleman.
Live art-to-wear event with models, refreshments, and sustainable art to be held at Re-Gallery Nov 17, 2012 from 5:00pm to 8:00pm
Join us!
The Bottle Collection
Discover the Life of a Bottle from
Recycled and Found Pieces of Glass Bottles Reincarnated as Unique Jewelry
Tuesday, November 20th
Enjoy Wine and Appetizers

New Work, a solo exhibition by Rodrigo Mc Coubrey comes to Re-Gallery August 18th-September 30th

Re-Gallery will have a solo exhibition featuring the work of Rodrigo McCoubrey beginning August 18th and running until September 30th. There is a reception for the artist on Saturday, August 25th from 6-9 p.m.
Established sustainable fine artist, Rodrigo McCoubrey will have a solo-exhibition at Re-Gallery this August through September. Rodrigo McCoubrey has been creating sustainable fine art using treasures discovered around his southern California home since 1954. Like the ocean that provides Rodney with odds and ends needed to create his fantastical fish, his work is ever-changing and evolving. His pieces are often constructed from things collected along the shore. Consequently, not only does Rodney’s work beautify walls it also beautifies beaches too.
Rodney’s dedication to sustainable art and the environment has not gone unnoticed. Rodney was awarded first place in Del Mar’s Enviro Fair two years in a row and was also awarded San Diego Coast Keeper’s Coastal Champion Youth Honoree Award in 2010.

Past Exhibition:

Conversations in the Woods, a solo exhibition by Lester Corral comes to Re-Gallery June 15 – August 15, 2012.

Re-Gallery is excited to present its first solo show for gallery owner and instructor, Lester Corral. Inspired by the adaptive natures of creatures’ great and small, internationally acclaimed and locally-based artist Corral creates animals from the detritus of everyday life. Castaway pieces including wood, tires, fabric and metal are transformed into organic figures found on the land, in the air and in the sea.
“I’m fascinated by the way animals adjust and evolve with their environment. I’m going to channel that idea through the exploration of discarded materials. I want to adapt these raw materials and forms to the characteristics and aesthetics of the animal kingdom, and I hope to create powerful new entities through a real metamorphosis of trash.” These animals haven’t just adapted to the waste scattered throughout the landscape, they are born of it through clever and subversively humorous transformations. The works reveal our culture’s duality in terms of a readiness to discard the old and the desire to give the discarded new life.
Educating others about giving things a second life has been Corral’s mission for the past 6 years. After graduating from San Diego State University in 2006 with a BA in Applied Design with an emphasis on Furniture Design, he started Les C Designs and focused on sculpture, wall art, furniture and wearable art made of recycled materials. He has even patented a wooden handbag with interlocking teeth which snaps closed when lifted, and opens when set down. “My passion has always been driven by creating something that hasn’t been seen before. I want to balance structural soundness and engaging aesthetics with originality and progressive experimentation.” Teaching and mentoring developmentally delayed adults to create artworks from recycled materials has also been part of his mission. This is especially true of his relationship with mentee Nick Baltins, a featured Re-Gallery artist who has Down Syndrome. “Nick is an ambassador for the gallery. He visits other businesses in the Cedros Design District and tells them about Re-Gallery. He’s got a manner that is forthright and endearing,” says Corral. “Art is my life,” explains Nick, “and the gallery is where I come to life.”
Lester Corral’s exhibition will open at Re-Gallery on Friday, June 15, 2012 from 6-9 p.m. Please join us for food, beverages and some fantastic art! The exhibition will run from June 15 – August 15, 2012.

Past Exhibitions:

Harriman, Fawcett & Falcon Present: the Salton Sea Studies: a Visual Representation of an in Depth Exploration comes to Re-Gallery March 30 – May 30, 2012.

Re-Gallery is pleased to present a collaborative exhibition by local artists assuming the identities of Harriman, Fawcett and Falcon. The exhibition will examine the Salton Sea from its rise as a popular recreation destination in the mid-20th century to its decline into a harsh, ecologically devastated landscape. Harriman, Fawcett and Falcon – an unlikely trio of disgraced captain of industry, archaeologist and explorer – document their individual experiences at the Salton Sea via installation, illustration, hand drawn maps, case notes of their findings, soil samples, and photography.
In 1905, the levees for a project to divert the flow of the Colorado River burst. Trillions of gallons of water were spilled into a prehistoric lake bed. By the time the leak was stopped, the resulting Salton Sea covered 400 square miles of desert. Things were looking up in the 1950s when fishing and boating attracted the makings of any decent resort town – retirees and celebrities – but several years of tropical storms washed away investment dollars. If you visit the Salton Sea today you’ll find abandoned homes, hotels, and businesses. The Sea is also stagnant, causing serious problems for its aquatic ecosystem. Chemical reactions turn the surface red and lime green, causing massive, odiferous fish die-offs; and sick fish poison the more than 400 species of birds living there. Dead fish literally form a ring around the lake. Historical figures Harriman, Fawcett and Falcon’s experiences at the Salton Sea reflect elements of wonder, suffering and the unknown. Their imagery and objects possess an eerily quiet and stark beauty, speaking to the otherworldly, almost post-apocalyptic nature of the environment.
Chosen for their influence upon the Salton Sea and their history of exploration, Harriman, Fawcett and Falcon’s personae are as much part of the concept of the exhibition as the art itself. Perceptions of the Salton Sea unfold through the lenses of their personal journeys. E.H. Harriman was the President of the Southern Pacific Railroad from 1901 – 1909. During this time the Colorado flooded over its banks, filling the Imperial Valley with run off. Harriman is the scapegoat for the debacle/existence of the Salton Sea. Percy Fawcett was an explorer and archaeologist who disappeared in the uncharted jungles of Brazil looking for the lost city of “Z’ in 1925. His disappearance is shrouded in hear-say and is one of the 20th century’s greatest mysteries. Robert Falcon Scott led a party of explorers to the South Pole only to find out that they had been preceded by an earlier Norwegian expedition. On their return journey, Scott and his four comrades all perished from a combination of exhaustion, starvation and extreme cold.
Please join us for art, food and beverages at the opening of Harriman, Fawcett and Falcon’s exhibition at Re-Gallery on March 30, from 6-9 pm. The exhibition will run from March 30 – May 30, 2012.

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