Celebrating the Spirit, Politics and Art of the Sixties CELEBRATE THE 50th ANNIVERSARY of the BERKELEY BARB! AUGUST 9,2015 12 NOON -3PM Reception and Pot Luck!   Leave a comment

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http://www.berkeleybarb.net/

Art House Gallery and Cultural Center.
2905 Shattuck Ave Berkeley CA 94705
info: 510-472-3170

Exhibit is Free but Donations are Welcome!

Please support the Arts!

ALL AGES & Wheelchair accessible

Please bring a Drink, Dish or snack!

The Berkeley Barb was launched by Max Scherr on August 13, 1965, and was one of the earliest underground newspapers to serve the civil rights, anti-war, and counter-cultural movements in the Sixties. For 15 years, from 1965 to 1980, the Barb was a voice for a generation looking to change the world.

Art By PATRICIA OBERHAUS, Photography. by Harold Adler and John Jekabson

Reception & Pot Luck

Exhibit is Free but Donations are Welcome!

ALL AGES & Wheelchair accessible

Please bring a Drink, Dish or Snack!

If you have stories about Patricia Oberhaus or the Berkeley Barb Please share them at the event!

August 9: Join us for an Art and Photos Opening and Pot-Luck at the Art House Gallery featuring the work of Barb artist Patricia Oberhaus as well as John Jekabson and Harold Adler. Check out some of Patricia’s art in the Gallery Please join us at 2905 Shattuck, from 12-3 p.m. There will be additional opportunities to view the collection; it runs continues on Wednesday 8/12, and Friday 8/14 from 12:00 – 3:00 through August 14.

About Patricia.

Patricia Oberhaus had 3 children (two daughters, Robin and Sue and one son,) and one long-term partner and step-father to her girls of 14 years, Peter Neufeld. The family seems to still be estranged.
Their business, The Store, was on Telegraph by Dwight and featured reuse and appreciation of the old, and their home on Carleton St.
Peter and Patricia lost touch a few years before her death, she was an “unusual character”.
Her art, however, speaks for itself. She was bold in her assessment of American culture, as in her article and accompanying drawing about Beatlemania which captured the liberation of women’s sensuality in real time, published in the Barb 9/10/65. The original was purchased for $5,000 by a Mr. Daniel A. Kildare for $5,000 shortly afterward.
Despite some early financial success, Patricia seems to have died without any resources and hundreds, if not thousands of pieces of artwork are unaccounted for. If still in existence, they would likely be found in the Humboldt area, where she lived until her death in the early 90’s.

http://www.berkeleybarb.net/

Posted July 29, 2015 by ART HOUSE GALLERY & CULTURAL CENTER in Uncategorized

Celebrating the Spirit, Politics and Art of the Sixties CELEBRATE THE 50th ANNIVERSARY of the BERKELEY BARB! AUGUST 9,2015   Leave a comment

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http://www.berkeleybarb.net/

Art House Gallery and Cultural Center.
2905 Shattuck Ave Berkeley CA 94705
info: 510-472-3170

Exhibit is Free but Donations are Welcome!

Please support the Arts!

ALL AGES & Wheelchair accessible

Please bring a Drink, Dish or snack!

The Berkeley Barb was launched by Max Scherr on August 13, 1965, and was one of the earliest underground newspapers to serve the civil rights, anti-war, and counter-cultural movements in the Sixties. For 15 years, from 1965 to 1980, the Barb was a voice for a generation looking to change the world.

Art By PATRICIA OBERHAUS, Photography. by Harold Adler and John Jekabson

Reception & Pot Luck

Exhibit is Free but Donations are Welcome!

ALL AGES & Wheelchair accessible

Please bring a Drink, Dish or Snack!

If you have stories about Patricia Oberhaus or the Berkeley Barb Please share them at the event!

August 9: Join us for an Art and Photos Opening and Pot-Luck at the Art House Gallery featuring the work of Barb artist Patricia Oberhaus as well as John Jekabson and Harold Adler. Check out some of Patricia’s art in the Gallery Please join us at 2905 Shattuck, from 12-3 p.m. There will be additional opportunities to view the collection; it runs continues on Wednesday 8/12, and Friday 8/14 from 12:00 – 3:00 through August 14.

About Patricia.

Patricia Oberhaus had 3 children (two daughters, Robin and Sue and one son,) and one long-term partner and step-father to her girls of 14 years, Peter Neufeld. The family seems to still be estranged.
Their business, The Store, was on Telegraph by Dwight and featured reuse and appreciation of the old, and their home on Carleton St.
Peter and Patricia lost touch a few years before her death, she was an “unusual character”.
Her art, however, speaks for itself. She was bold in her assessment of American culture, as in her article and accompanying drawing about Beatlemania which captured the liberation of women’s sensuality in real time, published in the Barb 9/10/65. The original was purchased for $5,000 by a Mr. Daniel A. Kildare for $5,000 shortly afterward.
Despite some early financial success, Patricia seems to have died without any resources and hundreds, if not thousands of pieces of artwork are unaccounted for. If still in existence, they would likely be found in the Humboldt area, where she lived until her death in the early 90’s.

http://www.berkeleybarb.net/

Posted July 29, 2015 by ART HOUSE GALLERY & CULTURAL CENTER in Uncategorized

Photography by (c) Harold Adler   Leave a comment

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Posted July 29, 2015 by ART HOUSE GALLERY & CULTURAL CENTER in Uncategorized

Celebrating the Spirit, Politics and Art of the Sixties CELEBRATE THE 50th ANNIVERSARY of the BERKELEY BARB!   Leave a comment

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http://www.berkeleybarb.net/

Art House Gallery and Art House Gallery & Cultural Center
2905 Shattuck Ave Berkeley CA 94705
info: 510-472-3170

Exhibit is Free but Donations are Welcome!

Please support the Arts!

ALL AGES & Wheelchair accessible

Please bring a Drink, Dish or snack!

The Berkeley Barb was launched by Max Scherr on August 13, 1965, and was one of the earliest underground newspapers to serve the civil rights, anti-war, and counter-cultural movements in the Sixties. For 15 years, from 1965 to 1980, the Barb was a voice for a generation looking to change the world.

Art By PATRICIA OBERHAUS, Photography. by Harold Adler and John Jekabson

Reception & Pot Luck

Exhibit is Free but Donations are Welcome!

ALL AGES & Wheelchair accessible

Please bring a Drink, Dish or Snack!

If you have stories about Patricia Oberhaus or the Berkeley Barb Please share them at the event!

August 9: Join us for an Art and Photos Opening and Pot-Luck at the Art House Gallery featuring the work of Barb artist Patricia Oberhaus as well as John Jekabson and Harold Adler. Check out some of Patricia’s art in the Gallery Please join us at 2905 Shattuck, from 12-3 p.m. There will be additional opportunities to view the collection; it runs continues on Wednesday 8/12, and Friday 8/14 from 12:00 – 3:00 through August 14.

About Patricia.

Patricia Oberhaus had 3 children (two daughters, Robin and Sue and one son,) and one long-term partner and step-father to her girls of 14 years, Peter Neufeld. The family seems to still be estranged.
Their business, The Store, was on Telegraph by Dwight and featured reuse and appreciation of the old, and their home on Carleton St.
Peter and Patricia lost touch a few years before her death, she was an “unusual character”.
Her art, however, speaks for itself. She was bold in her assessment of American culture, as in her article and accompanying drawing about Beatlemania which captured the liberation of women’s sensuality in real time, published in the Barb 9/10/65. The original was purchased for $5,000 by a Mr. Daniel A. Kildare for $5,000 shortly afterward.
Despite some early financial success, Patricia seems to have died without any resources and hundreds, if not thousands of pieces of artwork are unaccounted for. If still in existence, they would likely be found in the Humboldt area, where she lived until her death in the early 90’s.

http://www.berkeleybarb.net/

Posted July 29, 2015 by ART HOUSE GALLERY & CULTURAL CENTER in Uncategorized

It’s the Psychotronix Film Festival! Weird, Wild & Wacky   Leave a comment

psychotronixArtHouseAug7psychotronixArtHouseAug7psychotronixArtHouseAug7psychotronixArtHouseAug7psychotronixArtHouseAug7psychotronixArtHouseAug7Short Subjects: Monster Movie Trailers, Drive-in Snack Bar Ads, Old School Films, Retro TV Commercials, Forgotten Cartoons, Scopitone Music Films and Much More! All on 16MM FILM, the Vinyl of Visuals.

Friday, August 7, 2015 at Art House Gallery & Cultural Center
2905 Shattuck Ave, Berkeley, CA (510) 472-3170
Doors: 7PM Show: 8PM Donation: $5 – $10 All Ages Wheelchair Accessible

Posted July 29, 2015 by ART HOUSE GALLERY & CULTURAL CENTER in Uncategorized

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