OPENING September 10th

opening reception from 5 to 8PM
Join us for the second group show at A. Hurd Gallery!
Participating artists include: Alex Pardee, A.L. Grime, Allison Sommers, Awake, Bayo, David Santiago, Eric Romero, Glenn Arthur, Jim Darling, Jeremiah Palecek, Jeremy Biggers, JP Morrison Lans, Juan Manuel Sanabria, Katie Green, Kevin Munoz, Marbie, Manuel Zamudio, Mathijs Vissers, PJ Fidler, Russ White, Sarah Jamison, Scott Greenwalt, Tania Rivilis, Zofi.
This show is a study in identity. What we relate to in our lives and how we identify with it. 

Please join us from 5 to 8PM on September 10th for the opening reception!
Otherwise the show will be available to view from September 10th to October 15th.
Open by appointment 5 days a week. 
OPENING JUNE 11th

opening reception from 5 to 8PM
Join us for the first group show at A. Hurd Gallery!
Participating artists include: Attaboy, Frank Gonzales, Anthony Hurd, Juan Manuel Sanabria, Manuel Zamudio, Sarah Jamison, Jaik Puppyteeth, Awake, Ken Garduno, Allison Bamcat, Karl Deuble, Grady Gordon, Brian Maclaskey, Alvaro Naddeo, Russell Morland, Gale Hart, Max Kauffman, Jaime Molina, and Max Lehman.
This show is a celebration of surviving the last year in a Global Pandemic. Many of us experienced a wide range of events and emotions. We formed new bonds, we grew in new ways, and we were forced to take the time to reevaluate our lives. Life is slowly getting back to normal, whatever that is, but we wanted to take a moment to reflect back on this last years experience.

Please join us from 5 to 8PM on June 11th for the opening reception!
Otherwise the show will be available to view from June 11th to July 30th. Open by appointment 5 days a week. 
PREVIOUS SHOW:
April 16th to May 29th
I WAS BORN IN A GAY BAR - NEW WORKS BY ANTHONY HURD

DEBUT SOLO SHOW FOR THE GRAND OPENING
Anthony Hurd shares their abstracted views on the world as they know it. They're reflecting on coming out of the closet at the age of 19 and sneaking into gar bars. Having that experience of being able to be themselves for the first time in their lives in terms of their sexuality, but it also just broadened their personality by slowly learning who they are outside of the heteronormative society. 

With these works, they bring in their influences of skateboarding and music culture to clash with their gay experiences. While there was a lot of freedom in coming out, there was also a lot of struggle in finding out where they fit in, and how. Mostly it's a strange nostalgic journey that expresses a lot of comical experiences with a dark and abstracted twist.
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