Dolby Chadwick is one of Widewalls' "Galleries You Loved The Most In December"

Galleries You Loved the Most in December

January 2016

Widewalls
by Lorenzo Pereira

Among contemporary art circles, December is usually perceived as a month when all activities during the year are being summed up. When it comes to galleries, they measure the success of the exhibitions they organized, how many artworks were sold, and finally, and most important – they plan activities for the year to come. In December, we saw a number of amazing exhibitions, and we have covered dozens of them. We are slowly approaching 2016, and while making New Year resolutions, we hope that the quality of the galleries’ activities whose work we are following will remain the same. Here, in Widewalls, we are also recapitulating all our activities in 2015, and we are looking forward to new adventures in 2016. Still, as every month, we are looking back what marked the month, and now, the time has come for December. So, scroll down, and take a look at 10 most visited galleries on Widewalls during the month of December.

Dolby Chadwick Gallery - One of San Francisco's Finest Art Spaces

Established by Lisa Dolby Chadwick in San Francisco in 1997, Dolby Chadwick Gallery displays the variety of subject matters, approaches and styles that range from photorealism to abstraction. The gallery represents emerging and mid-career artists, who work in the traditional and hybrid media, including oil painting, drawing, printmaking, sculpture, and photography. At the moment, you can enjoy an amazing group exhibition entitled Lightning Strikes that will be on view until January 30, 2016 (please mind that the gallery will be closed from December 24 until January 4 2016, for the holidays).