Four Shows You Should See This Fall

Exhibitions across the United States this autumn. Join me!

Danielle Eubank

Aquarium of the Pacific Presents “Ocean Resiliency”

See Eubank’s paintings of all 5 oceans, attend two talks, and help the oceans, at the prestigious Aquarium of the Pacific in Long Beach, CA. Join us for the opening of “Ocean Resiliency: The Art and Expeditions of Danielle Eubank” on November 5 with an oral presentation at the Aquarium.

In addition to the opening, join Danielle Eubank on November 12 to attend a special fundraising event and presentation on “Ocean Resiliency, A Call to Action.” Proceeds from the fundraiser will go towards the Aquarium of the Pacific’s climate resiliency and sustainability programs and to help with research and education activities at California State University of Long Beach’s Shark Lab. Supported by C Gallery Fine Art.

Opening Artist Talk, “One Artist Five Oceans” Tuesday, November 5, 7:00-8:30pm. Get tickets.
Date and times of the exhibition and Call to Action below.

University of Michigan Exhibition Opens Today!

“Oil on Water: Painting on Linen, Danielle Eubank” opens today at The University of Michigan, Michigan Medicine. It features 4 of Eubank’s largest and most noteworthy paintings to date. Gifts of Art is one of the “most comprehensive arts in medicine programs nationwide….The arts have the power to nurture and engage… to assist and enhance the healing process, reduce stress, support human dignity and renew the spirit.”

An exclusive, informal artist’s talk, date TBD. Email Danielle Eubank if you are interested.
Date and times of the exhibition below.

Slate Contemporary Hosts First Antarctica Paintings

Join Danielle at Slate Contemporary Gallery in Oakland on October 4th for the opening of “State of Change” with the incomparable Audra Weaser and David Ruth. This show features the premiere of Eubank’s first big oil paintings of Antarctica. 

Opening Reception + Artists’ Talk: Friday October 4th 6:30pm.
Date and times of the exhibition below.

“One Artist Five Oceans” at C Gallery Fine Art

“One Artist, Five Oceans”, a massive exhibition featuring paintings of all 5 oceans, is the first time Eubank’s paintings will be exhibited at a Long Beach gallery. It will encompass the exhibition, a Call to Action to support our oceans, and other events. More details to come.

C Gallery is supporting the Call to Action at The Aquarium of the Pacific on November 12. Danielle Eubank and C Gallery Fine Art will donate 100% of the proceeds to support the environmental and sustainable efforts of the AOP and CSULB’s Shark Lab.

Opening TBD
Exhibition November 1 – December 15, 2019.
Date and times of the exhibition below.

In the News ~

Here are the best articles from this year from The Guardian and KCLU, NPR for the California Coast. Also, Danielle Eubank will be included in KPCC’s Unheard LA, a “curated lineup of real people sharing true stories of life here in Southern California” In October or November. Please email Danielle Eubank if you want to hear the date and time.

Exhibitions Details

“Oil on Water: Painting on Linen, Danielle Eubank”
University of Michigan
Gifts of Art Gallery – University Hospital Main Lobby, Floor 1
1500 E. Medical Center Drive, Ann Arbor, MI 48109
September 16 – December 6, 2019
Open daily from 8am – 8pm
An informal artist’s talk, date TBD

“State of Change”
Slate Contemporary Gallery
473 25th Street, Oakland CA 94612
October 3 – November 30, 2019
Opening Reception + Artists’ Talk: Friday October 4th 6:30pm

“One Artist Five Oceans: Danielle Eubank”
C Gallery Fine Art
441 E Broadway, Long Beach, CA 90802
November 1 – December 15, 2019
Opening Reception date TBD

“Ocean Resiliency: The Art and Expeditions of Danielle Eubank”
Aquarium of the Pacific
100 Aquarium Way, Long Beach, CA 90802
November 5, 2019 – January 5, 2020
Opening Artist Talk, “One Artist Five Oceans” Tuesday, November 5th 7:00-8:30pm. Get tickets.
“Ocean Resiliency: Call to Action” November 12, 2019. Tickets available soon

Three things we can do to help the oceans right now
  • I will install rain barrels around my house. They help capture water for my garden, putting less stress on municipal systems and replenishing underground aquifers. 
  • I will wash clothes in cold water. Approximately 90 percent of the total energy use and greenhouse gas emissions produced by a single load of laundry come from warming the water. Plus, studies have shown that washing in cold water is just as effective. 
  • I will recycle and donate my used things to charity instead of throwing them away. The average American tosses 4.4 pounds of trash every single day. It may not seem all that astonishing on the surface, but with323.7 million people living in the United States, that is roughly 728,000 tons of daily garbage, enough to fill 63,000 garbage trucks. 

You can help raise awareness about our effect on the climate and oceans. Send these suggestions to your friends! If it gets ONE person to think about how they can help the environment in their everyday life, it will be worth it.

(Top image: Carthage VII, Oil on linen 10×30 inches, 2018)