An exhibition of women artists

Kim Anno, Iter Malum (Wrong Path), Oil on canvas, 30 x 30 in., 2022

March 11-April 29, 2023

Artists’ Reception Saturday: April 1, 2023, 4-7pm

In celebration of Women’s History Month, Anglim/Trimble announces XX: An exhibition of women artists.

The exhibition includes Kim Anno, Joan Brown, Kathleen Henderson, Mildred Howard, Kara Maria, Grace Munakata, Katherine Sherwood, M. Louise Stanley, Pamela Helena Wilson, and Arngunnur Ýr.

Paintings, drawings, and mixed-media works come together to address a breadth of issues: the climate crisis and existential concerns for humanity’s survival, the continued discrimination toward Black and Brown Americans, misogyny and the recognition of female representation.

Mildred Howard’s trio of mixed-media wall pieces combine found and archival family photos to posit the Black experience in the United States. Katherine Sherwood shines a light on Baroque female painters, while Kara Maria’s painting features the endangered Ohlone tiger beetle.

Through abstraction and stylized figures, humor and reverence, these artists tell stories, illustrate observations, and convey a range of emotions. 

An Artists' Reception will be held in our downstairs gallery on Saturday, April 1 from 4-7pm. 

Works in the Exhibition