Ann Meade’s work is a truly rare combination of geometric abstraction and figuration. Not unlike some of the work associated with the Mission School, Meade crafts art that features the everyday — baseball players, cats etc — snuggled amidst a gridded decorative field.
Oh yeah, she’s also a big Oakland A’s fan.
// Ann’s work in our store //
recent exhibition history
Books, Man // organized by Mike Monteiro NIAD Art Center 2019
Redefining Contemporary Art // organized by Courtney Eldridge Depot Steamboat Springs 2019
¡Trio! // Roll Up Project Oakland 2019
Collective Memory: NIAD // organized by Hannah Mode 2019
Cyrano // organized By Em Kettner NIAD Art Center 2018
All Of The Light // organized by Gina Borg NIAD Art Center 2017
Affinity // organized by Tim Buckwalter Museum of Northern California Art Chico 2017
The Fourth Dimension, organized by Marja Galpin van der Loo // NIAD Art Center 2017
Word Play // organized by Kate Klingbeil NIAD Art Center 2017
Creature Feature // organized by John Casey NIAD Art Center 2017
Souls And Scenarios // organized by Gina Borg NIAD Art Center 2016
Party Animals! // organized by Katie Johnson NIAD Art Center 2016
Celebrating A Vision: Art & Disability // SFO Terminal 2 2016
Making Friends // organized by John Casey NIAD Art Center 2015
The Geometry Of Cats: The Recent Work Of Ann Meade // NIAD Art Center 2014
Local Motion, Part Two // Hercules Public Library 2014
Diamond Dogs Pet Supply // NIAD Art Center 2013
Spring Training // NIAD Art Center 2013
100 Stories of Belonging in the S.F. Bay Area, edited by Christine Wong Yap, 2019.