SAN FRANCISCO ART GALLERIES OPENINGS
FIRST THURSDAY - 02.07.13 - Part II
(with assistance from RWM)
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Hang Art: Transitional Forces - Olivia Brown & Rachel Sager.
Review by RWM: Great subtle contrasts of abstracts and cloudscapes. Nice use of color and billowing images. Different takes and emotions presented, but not in opposition. Not quite cheerful, but wondrous regardless.
Art by Olivia Brown at Hang Art.
Olivia Brown art.
Art by Olivia Brown (left) - Rachel Sager (right) at Hang Art.
Olivia Brown art (left) - Rachel Sager art (right).
Art by Rachel Sager at Hang Art.
Rachel Sager art.
Spoke Art Gallery: Tim Doyle - UnReal Estate II.
Comment by AB: Romantic renditions and conceptions of pop culture TV show settings courtesy of Austin, Texas artist Tim Doyle. His inspirations include Twin Peaks, Mr. Rogers, Downton Abbey, Deadwood, and the like.
Art by Tim Doyle at Spoke Art Gallery.
Tim Doyle art.
Tim Doyle art at Spoke Art Gallery.
Art by Tim Doyle.
Premises - Tim Doyle art show at Spoke Art Gallery.
Consulate General of Mexico in San Francisco: Pop-Up Spicy Mexican Design.
Artists: Alehandra Anton Honorato, Ana Aranda Balcazar, Dora Izquierdo, Alma Lozano, Bernardo Nunez, Diana Otero, Paulina Suarez.
Comment by AB: An homage to are spicy little friend, the chile pepper, presented by young up-and-coming Mexican artists and designers, is what's happening here. Please killer gourmet salsa tasting in the refreshment area.
Life-sized chili pepper person at Consulate General of Mexico in San Francisco.
Chili pepper person in above image from the front.
Portraits of people eating chili peppers by Bernardo Nunez.
Farming mural and scarf at Consulate General of Mexico in San Francisco.
Chili pepper mural art.
Chili pepper ornament art at Consulate General of Mexico in San Francisco.
Turnout - group chili pepper homage at Consulate General of Mexico in San Francisco.
StoreFrontLab: Homing - An installation and Art Exhibit. .
Artists: Todd Laby, Audrey Heller, Pamela Merory Dernham.
Comment by AB: Diversions here consist of a densely packed village of houses on stilts by Todd Laby, framed photos of ordinary everyday objects and fragmented portrait photos by Audrey Heller, and a wall full of figural wire sculptures by Pamela Merory Dernham.
Audrey Heller an her ordinary object art at StoreFrontLab.
Art by Audrey Heller closer.
Fragmented photography by Audrey Heller at StoreFrontLab.
Audrey Heller photograph in above image from the side.
Domicile on stilts installation by Todd Laby at StoreFrontLab.
Todd Laby and his wood sculpture at StoreFrontLab.
Wire sculpture by Pamela Merory Dernham.
Pamela Merory Dernham wall of wire sculpture at StoreFrontLab.
Project One Gallery: Project One Walls. Curated by Brooke Waterhouse and Justin Giarla.
Artists: Apex, Ben Eine, Casey Gray, Jet Martinez, Nick Flatt, Rene Garcia Jr.
Comment by AB: Need a mural? Check out the skills of some of our most talented practitioners here. My pick of the evening? Casey Gray's wall of vases, of course. But it's all good here.
Left to right- art by Casey Gray, Jet Martinez, Apex at Project One Gallery.
Best of show - mural art by Casey Gray.
Mural art by Ben Eine at Project One Gallery (always exemplary).
Streamlined dynamics - mural by Apex at Project One Gallery.
Swig time at the bar. OK... back to work.
Art by Nick Flatt at Project One Gallery.
3-D mural art.
Jet Martinez mural art at Project One Gallery.
Art by Jamie Adams from group show, Nudes, at Hespe Gallery.
Stephen Wright art at group show of nudes, Hespe Gallery.
Art by Eric Zener (right) at group show, Hespe Gallery.
Art by Steven Assael closer at group show, Nudes, Hespe Gallery.
Art by Koh Sangwoo at Sandra Lee Gallery group Valentine's show.
Kathryn Arnold art (center) at Sandra Lee Gallery group show.
One more from Valentines group show at Sandra Lee Gallery.
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