The Breakfast Group –A Second Cup of Coffee in Carmel art exhibition opens at the Carl Cherry Center for the Arts on Friday, November 6th, 2020. The exhibition covers a broad spectrum of visual exploration. The Breakfast Group, a cohort of Berkeley artists who have been meeting weekly for decades, hosted a virtual artists reception on Friday, November 6th – watch the video here. Additionally, a Virtual Breakfast with The Breakfast Group was held on Saturday, November 14th – watch the video here.
The Breakfast Group have been working in their studios, teaching in classrooms, curating in local institutions and then joining every week for discussions of exhibitions they have seen, books they have read, and films they have viewed. They mix the topical of sports with the immediacy of politics and circle back to the ever-present workings of the art world – all with a good cup of coffee in hand.
A Second Cup of Coffee in Carmel will feature works by Donna Fenstermaker, Lin Fischer, John Friedman, Nancy Genn, Katie Hawkinson, Stan Huncilman, Carol Ladewig, P.G. Meier, Loren Rehbock, Robert Simons, Joseph Slusky, Kim Thoman, Sandy Walker, and Jan Wurm.
The exhibit can be seen online here and the Cherry Center’s gallery on Fourth and Guadalupe, Carmel, through Saturday, December 5th, 2020. Gallery hours are Wednesday through Saturday from noon to 4:00 pm or by appointment.
Pictured: The Breakfast Group
Pictured, top: “French Potted Plant 2” – Lin Fischer