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Autumnal Equinox Celebration Exhibit

September 20 - 22, 2019
The Artists Loft invites you to join us to celebrate the Sun, the Great Chariot in the Sky, as it enters the Constellation of Libra, officially starting Autumn in the Northern Hemisphere. This mystical orb has long been revered by ancient cultures, who created time charts, planted and harvested, moved their people from place to place, and created great monuments in its honor.
Also called the First Point of Libra, the Autumnal Equinox signifies a time of balance marked by nearly equal lengths of day and night around the world. Considered by many to be the most desirable of all signs, Libra represents the zenith of the year when the harvest of spring’s hard work is reaped.  Libra, the personification of balance and harmony, asks us to focus on finding harmony and equilibrium with all areas of life.

This Celebration features unique, original painting, illustrations, poetry and vocal performances by local San Francisco Bay Area artists.

Exhibit Dates & Times:

    Friday     9/20/19     630pm - 10pm

  Saturday     9/21/19         1pm - 6pm     

Sunday     9/22/19         1pm - 6pm

Key Events within the Exhibit:

             Friday     9/20/19    630pm – 930pm     Opening/ Artists' Reception

            Saturday 9/21/19    1pm - 6pm              Open Gallery

            Saturday 9/21/19    5pm – 6pm              Writing & Poetry/ Spoken Word Event  

            Sunday   9/22/19     1pm - 6pm              Open Gallery

Participating Artists

Paul Aumoeualogo, San Francisco

A'vyone, Fremont

Tiphereth Banks, El Cerrito

Chris Byrne, Berkeley

Olivia Carter, Oakland

JazLoveDeep, Alameda

Melanie Gravois, Oakland

LostinScribbles, San Jose

Marianne Tyrelle, Richmond

UpsideDownGhost, Oakland

James Wilson, Oakland

This event is free and open to the public of all ages.  We look forward to celebrating the official start of Autumn and the Zodiac of Libra with you!


For more information, please visit The Artists Loft's Exhibits/Events webpage.

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