April 16, 2024


Juried by renowned gallerist Anthony Meier


Thursday, April 18 –
Roundtable Discussion (Zoom) 4 p.m. Pacific


… discover the uniqueness, the singular presence, the vibration, color, shape, texture, temperature, time-space motion, of oneself. IT IS ALL BOUND TO BE THERE

Art and quote by Ann O’Hanlon

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Recording of Online Artist Roundtable

 Preach to me and get a chorus

 Tell me please, what is it I need

 What is life but the same formula – peace and strife

 Is it in, or is it on, the question goes

 Detour. Proceed if you can

 Into your life some leaves may fall. Do the math!

 Conundrums can make one weep

 We are on the brink. Is not life a test

 The lesson never learned. From wisdom many have turned

 But isn’t it nice to know not all is lost


 So come now. Listen up. Opportunity is there. Indulge before time is up

O’Hanlon Center for the Arts thanks Anthony Meier for his time and selections


Anthony Meier

Anthony Meier was established in 1984 as a private dealer in the secondary market. Working with both public and private collections, Anthony Meier built a highly regarded international reputation specializing in Post-World War II contemporary masters. In 1996, Anthony Meier opened a public gallery space in the Pacific Heights neighborhood of San Francisco. In 2023, the gallery opened a new location in Mill Valley, California in a historic building downtown.

As a public forum, Anthony Meier mounts five or more exhibitions per year dedicated to emerging, mid-career and established artists. The work shown in the gallery is consistent with the quality and visual aesthetic on which the business was founded.

Anthony Meier is active both locally and globally, with membership in the Art Dealers Association of America and the San Francisco Art Dealers Association. Past and present participation in the major art fairs of the world has helped to merge our primary and secondary programs and present the gallery program as a cohesive progression, from post-war masterworks to contemporary artists working today. With our range and quality of work, the gallery inventory maintains a current and well-articulated profile in the art world at large.


ERMA MURPHY – Executive Director


KELLAN CHRISTOPHER – Program layout, Webmaster


STONEFOX – Poetry Editor


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Deborah Adams Wilton
Sausalito, CA

Eliot Allen
Portland, OR

Julia Baker
Tiburon, CA

Alexandra Bowes
San Francisco, CA

Fehmida Chipty
Winchseter, MA

Tyrell Collins
Oakland, CA

Melinda Curley
Boalsburg, PA

Karyn Gabriel
Fairfax, CA

Anki Gelb
Sausalito, CA

Deborah Hamon
Novato, CA

Joyce Hulbert
Berkeley, CA

Carol Jenkins
Berkeley, CA

Catherine Roberts Leach
Santa Fe, NM

Sherrie Lovler
Santa Rosa, CA

Wendy Lowengrub
Palo Alto, CA

Lisa J. Maione
Kansas City, MO

Robin Mills
Petaluma, CA

Robin Mullery
Palo Alto, CA

Deborah Perlman
Hollywood, FL

Howard Rome
Novato, CA

Deborah Salomon
Santa Rosa, CA

Emily Shepard
Berkeley, CA

Lin Teichman
Lafayette, CA

Beatrice Thornton
Oakland, CA

Linda Wegmann
Mill Valley, CA

Sallie Whistler Marcucci
Culver City, CA

Keith Wilson
San Rafael, CA

Janet Yano
Sausalito, CA

Mary Zeran
Cedar Rapids, IA