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Upcoming Exhibits


Tiny Treasures V. 14
14th Annual Small Works Group Show
Opening Saturday, November 23, 2019 

Runs through December 31, 2019

Location: Online

Participating artists: 

Douglas Alvarez, Anima ex Manus Art Dolls (Ioanna Tsouka), Ulla Anobile, Julie B., Skye Becker-Yamakawa, Elisa Belloni, Christine Benjamin, Terri Berman, Anna Chung, Nancy Cintron, Fran De Anda, Disfairy, Chelsea Francis, Ivonne Garcia, Rosie Garcia, Annette Hassell, Ilaamen, Emily Ipolani, Lydia Moon Hee Kim, Patricia Krebs, Mavis Leahy, Kahla Lewis, Milka Lolo, Candace McKay, Malathip, Emma Mount, Nichol Norman, Tania Pomales, Myriam Powell, Ragged Caravan (Alex Wells), Jen Raven, Meghan Ritchey, Carlos Rodriguez, Valerie Savarie, Carolina Seth, Ted von Heiland Jr., Michelle Waters, Gabriela Zapata and more.

 For collector preview, contact Sandra at


Also in November 2019 
November Nocturnes

New works by SF bay area artist Lacey Bryant

Location: Online

Works can also be seen in person in Eagle Rock, CA by arranging a visit with Sandra at 


As the days grow shorter and the nights grow longer the season calls for reflection. These quiet and intimate pictures are mostly based on free sketches, and Lacey admits, a tube of Prussian blue with a big hole in it that needed to be used quickly! 

This collection of small oil paintings is beautifully framed in vintage frames. For collector preview, contact Sandra Mastroianni at



 Group show featuring wood burning artist Samantha Mullen

Opening reception: Saturday, January 11, 2020 

Location: TBA

BIRDBRAINS will be a celebration of avian creatures and their role in our planet’s ecosystems as well as an unsubtle plea for humans to stop being poop-heads and start listening to the silence left in the wake of declining bird populations. 


Featured artist Olga Ponomarenko and group show
Opening reception: Saturday, February 8, 2020 

Location: TBA

For this show, Olga Ponomarenko's third featured spot with Cactus Gallery, she will be creating works using anthropomorphism (where the attribution of human characteristics or behavior is given to an animal) as a strategy to support her continued concern about the environment and human impact on nature, specifically animals. 

A very talented group will be joining Olga to explore this topic:

Donna Abbate, Douglas Alvarez, Joe Alvarez, Ulla Anobile, Julie B., Skye Becker-Yamakawa, Christine Benjamin, Terri Berman, Denise Bledsoe, Andrea Bogdan, Jon Ching, Joshua Coffy, Nancy Cintron, Fran De Anda, Raul D’Mauries, Sandy Elizabeth, Annette Hassell, Lori Herbst, Anita Inverarity, Maria Knier (The Bezert), Lydia Moon Hee Kim, Mavis Leahy, Kahla Lewis, Kim Lindemyer, Clare Lindley, Milka Lolo, Candace McKay, Jen Musatto, Janet Olenik, Ben Patterson, Perrilla, Paolo Petrangeli, Lena Rushing, Ana Luisa Sanchez, Valerie Savarie, Henry Schreiber, Carolina Seth, Aubrey Snellings, Lisa Snellings, Carisa Swenson, Alex Wells, Kyra Wilson, Holly Wood and more.

For collector preview, contact Sandra Mastroianni at



Group show featuring Janet Olenik

Opening reception: Saturday, March 14, 2020

Location: TBA

Traditionally, a landscape involves a reverence for land. A landscape becomes a tiny moment in time. This sounds very simple at first. But, then the options for the artist come into play. A scenic vista, a picnic, a sunset, a sunrise....infinite possibilities. And do you produce an image or physically rearrange the land itself or both? The land we love quickly changes. It's important to preserve tiny moments in time. It's important to slow down and observe them.

For collector preview, contact Sandra Mastroianni at