the (not yet) Dead Artist archive presents:

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East Oakland's New fine arts gallery at the West Coast Macaroni Factory


OPEN THURSDAYS 12-8 pm

About Us

(not yet) Dead Artist Archive

Daniel Peters curator at the Dead artist archive aka Mac fine arts gallery holding MAC fine arts

We created the (not yet) Dead Artist Archive to conserve, archive, and show the works of accomplished Bay Area artist who do not have heirs or foundations. The sale of DAA artists works provides funding for High School Seniors shows.

Shows for Accomplished Artists, Emerging Artists, and High School Seniors

art gallery at the Mac fine arts gallery featuring the work of Tom Schultz aka dead artist archive

From High School Seniors to Mock Memorial shows for older artists, the DAA exhibits the works of artists of ALL stripes, including installation and mixed media artists.

Accepting Submissions

robot at Mac fine arts Gallery aka dead artist archive Oakland ca

Accepting submissions for shows in several categories  for the 2019 - 2020 season.

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high school artist call for entries

For High School Artists Graduating in 2020

If You are a high school senior graduating in 2020 consider submitting work for this show exclusively for Bay Area high school artists. Three small cash scholarships will be awarded. The show will be in MAY 2020, exact date T.B.D. Deadline for Submissions is April 5th 2020. 


visit submissions page for more details.

call for entries high school artists
call for entries high school artists

shows

+ Event Details

Aug 17th - Oct 13th 2019

TOM SCHULTZ and STEPHEN KEYTON

12 noon - 8pm Thursdays

gallery open other times by appointment

+ Event Details

Aug 17th - Oct 13th 2019

TOM SCHULTZ and STEPHEN KEYTON

Abstract expressionist Tom Schultz -- Large and extra large paintings.


Stephen Keyton -- Orphanage of found objects 3d work.

12 noon - 8pm Thursdays

gallery open other times by appointment

archive Artists

Stephen Keyton smiling at MAC fine art Gallery aka dead artist archive

Stephen Keyton

Dumpster Diving Master, Stephen works exclusively with found objects. "I use them as I find them and take suggestions from them as I build each piece. I am as much a witness to the process as I am the master of it. "

stephen's website
Brenda luckin art at the Mac fine arts Gallery Oakland ca

Brenda Luckin

It is the visually decorative trappings of the 70’s and 80’s that has influenced my work. The fashion, architecture, film and of course the color were like an explosion. Artists were making work that reflected the popularity of their own time. As my work progressed, my materials changed, but still focused on popular visual ideas. I became observer,commentator and artist.

Brendas website
painting by Tom Schultz at the MAC fine art gallery aka dead artist archive

Tom Schultz

Tom Schultz was born in Milwaukee, Wisconsin in 1939. Basically a self-taught artist, he studied privately with Charles Bunnell in Colorado in the 1950s. He arrived in New York in 1959, at the height of the Abstract Expressionist movement, and met artists connected with the New York School of painting. That experience inspired him and expanded his outlook on painting.

Tom's website

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Thursdays 12 - 8pm

Other times by appointment