Gallery190
Gallery190 is a rotating art exhibition space within the Memory and Aging Center offices.

Gallery190, sponsored by the UCSF Memory and Aging Center (MAC), is located in the Sandler Neurosciences Building on the Mission Bay Campus of the University of California, San Francisco (UCSF). The gallery is open weekdays 9 to 5 p.m. and weekends by appointment.

When the MAC moved to the UCSF Mission Bay Campus in 2012, we immediately imagined art hanging in the beautiful reception area of Suite 190. Our inaugural art show opened in late 2012 with an exhibition of the watercolors of William Yokoyama. Deborah Aschheim, Hellman Visiting Artist from 2009–2011, has four prints and the A.W. Clausen Memorial on permanent display within the gallery.

Gallery190 exhibits are typically on display for three to six months. Depending on the number of pieces to be displayed, there are additional walls within the suite that may be available for an exhibit.

For information and to view the gallery space please contact Leslie M. Goss, Assistant to Bruce Miller, MD, at 415.476.5591 or Leslie.Goss@ucsf.edu. Please click here to download a map of the gallery area.

"Reflections and the Movement of Water," watercolor, 27˝ x 33˝
“Reflections and the Movement of Water,” watercolor, 27˝ x 33˝

Current Exhibit

The Eileen Ormiston exhibit, Light & Reflections, runs October 2, 2017, to January 5, 2018.

The opening reception with the artist was Thursday, October 12, 5:30 to 7:30 p.m. in Gallery190.

Eileen Ormiston, a native of Scotland, has lived in Northern California for many years. Painting flowers from her garden, reflections on water, shadows and changing light are a constant source of interest to her. Her work appears in many consignments and collections and she has been the recipient of many art show awards and juried exhibitions.

 

Previous Artists Displayed in Gallery190