2018: Now Exhibiting in Dove Gallery
875 S. Park Victoria Drive, Milpitas Ca. 95035
Prior Shows and Reviews
Featured Artist and Co-Sponsor of "Art from the Heart"
A unique exhibit of faith-inspired paintings and onsite painting demonstration
by the artists Carol Manasse, Roballoo and Joanne Reed.
875 South Park Victoria Drive, Milpitas CA 95035
Saturday, October 9, 2010
Featured Artist at the Oakland Craft & Cultural Arts Gallery
1515 Clay Street, Oakland, Ca. 94612
May 12 - June 27, 2008
Featured Artist at Stanford Art Spaces
CIS-004Stanford, Ca. 94305 (650) 725-3622
April 27 - July 5, 2007
Marilyn Grossman, Curator: "...well received by the Stanford community. They enjoyed the vibrant colors, the subjects painted, and the cubist expression.... I saw many people just stand and look.... The pictures made them feel good...the kind of art they would display in their own homes."
Solo show at Lindsay Dirkx Brown Art Gallery
12501 Alcosta Blvd. San Ramon, Ca. 94583 (925) 973-3368
July 1 - 31, 2006
Kathi Heimann, Gallery Manager: "...an impressive display...beautiful and striking. You...were professional and organized..."
Solo show at the Foster City Art Gallery
650 Shell Blvd. Foster City, Ca. (650) 286-3380
January 3 - 29, 2006
Renee Robinett, Gallery Director: “Our gallery has been thrilled to host Carol Manasse’s exhibit called “Double Vision: Explorations in Cubism”…. Her artwork is wonderfully unique…a bold, bright and striking presentation of 21 century cubism. …I enthusiastically recommend Carol Manasse’s exhibit to other galleries and museums. She has been professional and a pleasure to work with.”
Solo show at the Phantom Art Gallery
457 E. Calaveras Blvd. Milpitas, Ca. 95035 (408) 586-3000
September 26, 2005 - November 18, 2005
Renee Lorentzen, Gallery Coordinator: "...Ms. (Manasse) Hamilton's enthusiasm and excitement for presenting her art has been refreshing and a pleasure. Her exhibit was expertly hung and has given a very professional "look" to the Gallery. Ms. (Manasse)Hamilton's work has been well received by the public. Being our first Cubist, her exhibit has been described as, "beautiful", "interesting" and "like walking into a kaleidoscope." ...It has been wonderful to see children, parents and grandparents, walk through the gallery, interested in and talking about the art before them."