October 29, 2019

Opens Friday, November 8, 6-10PM!

Voss Gallery is proud to present “The Hood,” a solo exhibition of street art influenced paintings and sculptures by self-taught artist Gale Hart that boldly considers the conflicting desires of wanting to be seen while remaining in control of one’s identity.

The exhibition opens on Friday, November 8, 6-10PM and runs through Saturday, November 30, 2019. Gallery hours are Wednesday-Saturday, 12-6PM or by appointment. Voss Gallery programming is free and open to the public.


Known as Sacramento’s ‘Godmother of Contemporary Art,’ Hart has established an energetic 40-year career experimenting with new techniques and materials often incorporating sarcasm and humor in her work to exaggerate the absurd. Oversized spray paint cans are playfully marked to mimic a tagger’s touch. Face masks commonly worn by graffiti artists for anonymity are seemingly individualized as textured bronze and polished aluminum entities.

Press Release

Gale Hart. Engrossment. 2019. Acrylic & Spray Paint on Canvas. 45 x 35 x 1.5 in.

Featuring an all-female line-up

Voss Gallery's experimental space, [The Down Low], is showcasing work during the month of November by: Amandalynn, Alynn-Mags, Crystal Kamoroff, Harumo Sato, Jennifer Banzaca, Kate Tova, Lucky Rapp, MJ Lindo, Natalia Lvova, Olena Vasylevska, Tati Holt, and The Tracy Piper. View available artwork on our website!

[The Down Low] is located on the basement level of Voss Gallery with access via a staircase which may present difficulties for those with physical disabilities. We apologize for this; please contact us for additional documentation and information on our exhibitions if you would like to view the shows but have accessibility needs that our space doesn't meet.

Lucky Rapp. no regrets. 2016. Mixed Media. 11 x 29 x 2.5 in.


Showing through November 2nd

This is the final week to view Serge Gay Jr.'s "P.S. I Love You" solo exhibition at Voss Gallery! The exhibition features graphic realistic paintings by the San Francisco-based artist that lightheartedly depicts the captivating and carefree nature of Palm Springs, a desert resort city in Riverside County, CA. Gallery hours are Wednesday-Saturday, 12-6PM or by appointment.

Visit our website to view artwork included in the exhibition as well as event photographs from the Opening Reception!

“I love playing on that idea of role playing. That's something that I often see when people visit Palm Springs. Some visitors want to have that sense of feeling of how it could have been back in the fifties and sixties Hollywood era. Also the same with Coachella, folks like to play a role. That mindset of, you can be whoever you want to be.” –Serge Gay Jr.

The Desert Sun recently published an interview with the artist. Check it out!

Press Release (English)
Press Release (Español)


Serge Gay Jr. Black Palm. 2019. Acrylic & Graphite on Canvas. 18 x 36 x 1.5 in.

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