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Experience Art


2110 K ST
Midtown Sacramento
Wed - Sat 12 - 6
2nd Saturday Art Walk 12 - 9

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Experience Art


2110 K ST
Midtown Sacramento
Wed - Sat 12 - 6
2nd Saturday Art Walk 12 - 9

Gallery 2110

Located in the heart of Midtown Sacramento, the Sacramento Art Complex features more than 20 working artists of many styles & genres, under the same roof.

As you venture through the building you will be greeted by the resident artists inside their individual working studios that feature a diverse array of artistry from around the world - metal & ceramic sculptures, painting & pastels, photography, hand-forged jewelry, antiquities, hand-crafted tapestry and more.

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Exhibitions


Come visit us for our monthly exhibitions of established as well as emerging artists

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Exhibitions


Come visit us for our monthly exhibitions of established as well as emerging artists

Shows opens April 10th - May 1st

 

MAIN GALLERY
Meta Bryt
 
"Uncovering nearly 60 years of hidden treasures"

How do you give voice to someone who has passed?  If the person was an artist, the answer is through their art. Artist Meta Bryt was born in Berlin, Germany, in 1908 and lived resiliently until her passing in 1981. She studied at the Academy of Arts in Berlin, then immigrated to France in 1933 where the discouraging words of an art professor resulted in her disconnecting from her artistic talents. The whereabouts of Bryt, whose parents were killed by the Nazis, were unknown until she moved to New York in 1944 and studied under Leo Manso. Manso encouraged Bryt to exhibit her art during the early 1950s, including in Mexico where she moved in 1955. One Mexican newspaper referred to her as “la magnifica pintora,” the “magnificent painter.”

Meta Bryt’s voice can be heard through an exhibit celebrating her art collection, which was hidden in a trunk with direction from Bryt not to open until her death.

“Her whole life was in her paintings. Truly, she was a real artist. She was born with it in her blood— even the last days of her life.” – Somboun Sayasane, son of Meta Bryt’s caregivers. Taken from “Sacramento Gallery Features Work of Unknown Jewish Artist,” by Elissa Provance, March 2014 issue of the VOICE, a publication of The Jewish Federation of the Sacramento Region.


LOFT GALLERY
Dante Declarador
 
“Spray”

Creating art & design is how I declare my passion to the world.  When painting, I use bright & vivid colors, building up juxtaposition of shape and dimension with the goal of conveying raw emotion.  Images are layered over abstract elements to create dynamic compositions that explore balance, form & contrast.  The pursuit of the “perfect” piece has led me on a life long journey, defined by 3 dots at the end of my signature, which means - “to be continued”.  The quest to achieve greatness continues after each piece, knowing that perfection is an impossible feat, I continue to strive to create a collection of works that will leave a legacy for generations to come.

You can view Dante's work at declaredesign.com


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Studio Artists


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Studio Artists


Gallery 2110 - The entrance to the Sacramento Art Complex

The entrance to our building features our main Gallery - Gallery 2110.  As you walk through the gallery and enter the back of our building you will notice individual artist studios which is the - Sacramento Art Complex featuring the work of independent artists.

The 26 studios here at the Sacramento Art Complex provide a secure and quiet environment for committed artists to create and display their work.

This community of artists, not yet known, emerging, and established, interacts, supports, and mentors each other as they pursue creative excellence in their various genres, from traditional representations to contemporary explorations.