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Artist Talk | Sunday, January 22 1-3p | RSVP

Join us at H Gallery + Studios on Sunday, January 22 from 1-3pm for an intimate panel discussion with artists Michelle Robinson, Yari Osotvany & Glenn Carter. This moderated talk will focus on their group exhibition Collective Dissent, currently on display at H Gallery. The installations and pieces in Collective Dissent represent a new visual language based on assemblages of the unbounded world, rejecting mediocrity and redefining high art. Art idealism is confronted and explored through the works of three principled and distinguished artists. Don't miss this insiteful and special artist talk featuring three incredible artists, each a master in their own mediums. FREE ADMISSION! 

Yari Ostovany (b.1962) moved to the United States at the age of 16 and pursued his studies in Art first at the University of Nevada, Reno and then at the San Francisco Art institute where he received his MFA in 1995. He was based in Cologne from 2000-2004, and since 2011 has been residing in the San Francisco Bay Area. Recent exhibitions include shows at B&B&Co Gallery, Los Angeles, CA/Mill Valley Arts Commission, Mill Valley, CA

Michelle Robinson received her Bachelor of Environmental Design in 1991 from Texas A&M University and continued on to study photography, video, and computer animation at Texas A&M's graduate program in Visualization. During that time she produced animated short films that were shown internationally in such venues as the Walker Art Center, the Dallas Museum of Art, and the Art Gallery of New South Wales. She has been an artist with Walt Disney Animation Studios for over 20 years. Recent exhibitions include: Little Boxes, Georgetown Arts Center, TX/ Places and Spaces, SugarMynt Gallery, South Pasadena, CA/ Art of Encaustic, Government Center Gallery, Ventura, CA

Glenn Carter (b.1951) is originally from San Francisco, California. In 1970 Glenn enrolled in an associate arts program at City College of San Francisco as a ceramics major. After College, Glenn spent two years sketching his way through Central and South America. In late 1974 returned to San Francisco, eventually settling permanently in Santa Cruz, CA. Within the last seven years Glenn has created a remarkably complex body of works. Notable exhibits include: Arrangements in Black and White, Santa Cruz Art League, Santa Cruz, CA/ Degrees of Abstraction", Santa Cruz Art League, Santa Cruz, CA/ Summer National Juried Exhibition", Marin Museum of Contemporary Art, Novato, CA