Me, Cy and M. Chagall Down by the Schoolyard

Jonathan Olazo

April 4 - May 4, 2019

With a mix of intents and purposes, the artist (at a rare instance called “Olazo the Younger,”) pursues an aspect of his working oeuvre that explores what a few have branded as “lyrical abstraction,” a stylistic offshoot that can be traced to the grand and emotional Abstract Expressionism school of the 1950s.

Concrete Evidence

Van Tuico

April 4 - May 4, 2019

In Concrete Evidence, Van Tuico exhausts the metaphor of the road through variations of concrete configurations.

Real Eyes Realize Real Lies


April 4 - May 4, 2019

Real Eyes Realize Real Lies is a collection of paintings, sculptures, and installation work that attempts to provide a different take on scenes that are typically associated with adversity and poverty, usually thought of in a negative light.

A Class Without A Teacher

Jose Guillermo Naval

April 4 - May 4, 2019

Inside a classroom without a teacher we are all contemporaries: the child is equal to the grown up, the man is equal to the woman, the first born is equal to the last, and the king is equal to the pawn.



Ryan Rubio


Stone, metal Variable 2017

Clairelynn Uy

In Yellow (Throwback Series)

Oil and acrylic on canvas 24 x 18 inches 2017