Shop handmade and independent goods from 150+ local makers + food artisans at Patchwork Show in Oakland.
FREE to attend and family + dog friendly.
PLUS food artisans + trucks, DIY craft workshops and music.
Vendors are selected by a jury and feature clothing for men, women & kids, handbags, accessories, jewelry, art, ceramics, garden finds, home goods, plush, crochet & knit items, pet gear, kits & patterns, bath & body goodies and more!
SPRING 2017 SHOW:
June 24, 2017 – Jack London Square – Broadway & Water Street
*All shows 11-5pm + free to attend
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Shop handmade and independent goods from 150+ local makers + food artisans at Patchwork Show in Oakland.
Art Opening: March 18th From 6pm - 8pm @ Resurrect
Come and view Heather Annaleice Young's latest works, entitled "Where All Things Connect." Heather is a mixed media artist and photographer living in Oakland, CA. She incorporates her photography, vintage/found objects, crystals, animal totems and more to inspire magic and healing in her unique pieces. Check out @whereallthingsconnect on Instragram to get a sneak peak!
During the art reception, Heather's sister, Chris Young-Ginzburg will be doing mini tarot card readings and there will be refreshments served. We hope to see all your beautiful faces there! Where All Things Connect will be up until May 16th, 2017.
Botanica is the title of our next art show featuring four local artists inspired by the magic of plants. This new group show features the artwork of Sarah Goldstein, Kelly Hackett, Anastasia Holland, and Simone Rosenberg. The opening night will be Saturday November 19th, from 4:00pm - 8:00pm at Resurrect. Stop by and meet the artists! If you are a plant lover of any kind, this show is not to be missed! This group show will run from November 16th, 2016 - January 15th, 2017.
Born in 1990 in Glenwood Springs, Colorado, Sarah (Sam) Goldstein is an artist, designer and naturalist based in Oakland, CA. She holds a BFA in painting from C.C.A.C. and is pursuing a degree in Landscape Architecture at Merritt College. She has also studied abroad at Seika University in Kyoto, Japan. Blending traditional Japanese painting with Dutch-Renaissance mische-technique, Sarah creates subtly layered works influenced by the natural sciences, contemporary design and Zen aesthetics. As a gardener, landscaper and nursery professional, plants occupy Sarah's mind and seed themselves into her paintings.
Kelly Hackett is an Oakland based artist. She graduated from the California College of the Arts in 2011. Her paintings and sculptures are the result of investigations into the various types of goo, including but not limited to: algae, glycerine, bacteria, marine life, polymers, plaque, fat, plant material, soap, crusts of all kinds, cosmetics, geological formations, flesh, and wax.
Anastasia Holland is a self taught artist based in Berkeley, CA. Through her pieces, she explores the connection between the cosmic and natural worlds. Her work is inspired by her practice as a psychic consultant and having spent her childhood in the mountains of the Eastern Sierras. You can follow her on Instagram or check out her website
Simone Rosenberg is a Bay Area artist. She works in many mediums, including watercolor, acrylic, pen, color pencil, and photography. She is influenced by nature, animals, shamanic journeys, and psychedelia. Simone holds a BA in Pictorial Art from California State University, East Bay. Check out more of her work at simonerosenbergartist.tumblr.com.
We are excited to announce that Resurrect will be turning 4 years old this month! Time has flown by! We would not be here without our amazing and loyal customers/friends and we want to say thank you for all your support! To celebrate, we will be having a 20% off sale (excluding artwork and sale items) on both Saturday 9/17 (11am - 8pm) and Sunday 9/18 (12pm - 6pm) in store and online.
On Saturday from 4pm - 8pm, DJ Humanimal (aka Jordan Machardy) will be DJ-ing and his lovely wife, Sonia Machardy, will be giving out complimentary Bitter Witches tastings. Bitter Witches is Sonia and Resurrect owner, Kate's, line of organic herbal infusions that are delicious in cocktails or even sparking water!
This weekend will also kick off our new group art show, featuring work of four California textile artists; Julia Canright, recycledlovers, Lise Silva, and Lisa Spayde. These woman all create a variety of detailed wall hangings that focus on a variety of different techniques including; weaving, printing, wrapping, knot work, and more! This new show will be up at Resurrect from September 14th - November 14th. Stop by and check it out during our anniversary bash!
Julia Canright is a bag maker, block printer and SF native. She got her BA in History in Portland, OR and came back to San Francisco to explore a passion for art and design. She creates bold and graphic block printed and painted canvas bags, handmade in the Bay Area. She's committed to quality and craftsmanship with unique design inspired by traditional Indian, Japanese, and West African block printed textile design as well as modern and expressionist art. Her designs express a return to old-world craftsmanship with a fresh, modern aesthetic.
Jenny Martin is the main brain behind @recycledlovers. Just like herself, her brand has evolved. Small beginnings as a vintage online shop, turned into selling handmade items and offering creative design. Her wall hangings are something that were years in the making when she finally decided to take it on full time and quit her "day" job. She is constantly daydreaming about what to make next and every chance she gets, she takes time to create. Jenny feels that her work doubles as a very relaxing experience to sit and manipulate rope in beautiful ways.
Lise Silva is an artist living in Oakland, CA and working from her studio in Berkeley. Strongly influenced by meditation, mysticism, classic film, psychedelic illustration, surrealism, and art deco design, she explores the power of symbols through her work with Sacred Knots creating fiber jewelry and wall-hangings with handmade cord entwined in knot designs that serve as a metaphor for life experiences, dreams, and deep desires. In addition to knotting, Lise's fiber work encompasses sewing, cord wrapping, and tassel-making. Her handmade cord is a part of the unique aesthetic of her work. In a simple, meditative technique known as 'wrapping' a long, single thread wraps continuously down the entire length of the rope, the newly created cord is then knotted and emblazoned with tassels, beads or brass. Her work has been described as dreamy, feminine, mystical, and mysterious.
Lisa Spayde is a Northern California based fiber artist. Having grown up along the sandy shores of San Diego, she is inspired by her native landscapes of rich golden hills and the ever changing California coast. Lisa uses traditional tapestry techniques, along with foraged and re-purposed materials, to create textured woven wall hangings.
Spending much of her life searching for a meaningful creative outlet, Lisa tried her hand at everything from painting to jewelry making and knitting, finally stumbling upon her niche when she took her first weaving class two years ago. The textures she was able to create using a myriad of fibers and color palettes fulfilled her inner need to make. Taking classes from a variety of weavers inspired and influenced Lisa greatly to find her own continuously evolving craft.
Join us at the shop on Friday July 22nd, for an opening reception for our featured artist Lisa Ostapinksi. Lisa is an Oakland-based artist and art educator. She uses encaustic (beeswax) painting techniques with a wide array of mixed media including metallic leaf, oil paint, xerox transfers, antique lace, beadwork and embroidery. Lisa's current work explores themes of magic, sacred geometry, decoration, and the beauty of natural forms. For more information and to see some of her current and past work, check out Lisa's website or her Instagram: honeycombdaughter.
Join us on June 24th from 6pm - 9pm for an artist reception with Oakland artist, Stephanie Hatch. "Universe Within" is a collection of new mixed-media collage work that continues Stephanie's exploration of identity, with a focus on the importance of a connection to the natural world.
For the evening, we're happy to include the nail art services of Rozel Cruz, who specializes in natural and healthy nail care. Services for the evening will include: Polish change & unlimited nail art, or just polish change OR unlimited nail art at wonderfully discounted event prices!
Original artworks and selected prints will be available for purchase. Light refreshments will be served. Bring your friends and enjoy a lovely summer evening at Resurrect! More info here.
Stephanie grew up in a wooded rural area of Southern Oregon, so one can imagine that nature was a big part of her life from a young age. She didn't really realize how important her love of the natural world was until she moved to Oakland several years ago. The constant presence of mechanized society, and the sheer bulk of people in the Bay Area has made her think a lot more about the importance and strength of natural forces, and how she can connect to that power through her art.
Her art begins with collage elements that are cut and pasted from popular women's fashion and beauty magazines. As is true for many women, Stephanie realized that these types of magazines had a big influence on her ideas about femininity and sexuality as a teen. As adults we can recognize that those glossy advertisements are fake, but as a teen that wasn't so clear. By cutting up those images and using them in her drawings, Stephanie is able to transform them into new realities that include her respect and love for nature. Through these drawings, she's able to tap the universe within herself, and encourage others to look at their connection to the natural world too.
Check out stephaniehatch.com to see more of Stephanie's past work!
Come out to the Uptown this Sunday April 10th for an amazing fashion show and fundraiser event! Kate Morrow, owner of Resurrect, will be showcasing her new celestial Spring line on the runway along with 5 other Bay Area designers. There will also be local musicians, a nail and massage bar, cash bar, silent auction, special guests, and 10 local vendors selling their handmade goods.
All money raised enables more than a dozen training initiatives at the Oakland Women's Center (OWC). OWC opened in May 2015 in West Oakland, funded by the proceeds of the first Sewn Seeds Benefit. The safe gathering space provides holistic solutions for each woman to achieve a healthier more prosperous life, and fosters a sisterhood with the power to uplift their community.
To obtain more information visit www.WomensCentersIntl.org and to buy tickets to the event click here.
Many of you have tried our line of bitters called Bitter Witches which are herbal infusions that you can add to cocktails, coffee, sparking water, cookie batter, and the list goes on. Well we are having a party to kick off our new product at the Night Light on Sunday March 27th from 4 pm-11 pm. Come taste the bitters in person, try a cocktail mixed with our new infusions, and also shop from over 10 local vendors selling their goods. Resurrect will be representing with a small line of goods as well as our full line of bitters. There will also be tons of bands playing upstairs and DJ's downstairs. Hope to see you then! (This event is 21 and over.)
Join us Thursday, February 18th for the Piedmont Ave Stroll from 6-9pm. We will be having an art reception for Oakland artist Naomi Duben. Explore the life and art of Naomi through her variety of styles in oil painting and mixed media drawings.
Naomi's expressive use of color push beyond the limits of traditional oil paintings by drawing emotion, conversation, and intrigue to many of her pieces. Her mixed media Buddha drawings have especially gained popularity among Bay Area art enthusiasts. If you are unable to make it to the art reception, Naomi's work will be up from February 17th - March 14th 2016.
For more info and delight for the eyes, check out www.naomiduben.com
Lioness Oracle will also be reading tarot during the Stroll this Thursday!
This month we are proud to feature the artwork of artist Laura Weide Vyda and her show entitled Wood Would.
Local artist Laura Weide Vyda’s small mixed medium works on wood (acrylic, photo processes, ink and water color) explore nature and amusement. Most of her pieces begin with her photographs which she then renders directly or photo transfers and then paints. The pieces in this show are a conversation with the wood on which they are created.
Laura is a Mom, pleasure activist and artist who has spent her professional life involved in creating a more just world.
Please join us on Thursday January 21st from 6-9pm at Resurrect 4135 Piedmont Avenue. If you are unable to make it to the opening, have no fear! Laura's work will be up until February 14th.
Wow, how the time has flown by! We were excited to celebrate the shop turning three years old on Thursday, September 17th. To celebrate, we had a special celebration during the Piedmont Avenue Stroll with DJ Ed the Soulector and featured artist Whitney Sharpe of the Latch Key.
We also want to extend a huge thank you to all of those that have supported us throughout the years! We couldn't have made it this far with out you.
Love, Team Resurrect