Neath has a long history in the Sacramento art community. She was previously the Gallery Manager at Solomon Dubnick Gallery for seven years and a three-term president of the Center for Contemporary Art, a founder of the Chalk it Up! Festival and also a founder of the American River Salmon Festival.
Archival Framing was founded in 1983, while Neath was working as the assistant to Michael Himovitz of the Michael Himovitz Gallery.
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"Ignored Omens," an exhibit of select works of the late Sacramento artist Laureen Landau, will open with a Second Saturday reception at Archival Gallery on June 11.
Landau, who left a large part of her sizable estate to her two dogs, was the subject of a posthumous Bee profile in April 2010. A longtime Sacramento City College art instructor, she died in August 2009 at age 69. The works on display in the exhibit were created between 1997 and 2005.
Archival Gallery is located at 3223 Folsom Blvd. in Sacramento. For more information, call (916) 923-6204.