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Scott Richards Contemporary Art: Tim Bavington - Feedback.
Comment by AB: Tim Bavington paints music with an airbrush, rock & roll in particular, like Voodoo Child by Jimi Hendrix and Goodbye to Love by the Carpenters, for example. Vertical swaths of color correspond to notes and chords while their thickness corresponds to how long they are held.
Painted songs by Tim Bavington at Scott Richards Contemporary Art.
Pinkie cam detail of art in above image.
Voodoo Child art by Tim Bavington.
Tim Bavington art (that's Goodbye to Love on the right).
Airbrush art by Tim Bavington.
Visual rock concert by Tim Bavington at Scott Richards Contemporary Art.
Dolby Chadwick Gallery: Ann Gale.
Comment by AB: Portrait and figural impressions by Ann Gale capture the emotion and tone of the moment. When you zoom in close, the details you just saw at a distance seem to vanish before your eyes.
Art by Ann Gale at Dolby Chadwick Gallery.
Ann Gale art closer.
Pinkie cam detail of art in above image.
Ann Gale and her art at Dolby Chadwick Gallery.
Art by Ann Gale.
Ann Gale art.
Figure painting by Ann Gale.
Ambiance - Ann Gale art show at Dolby Chadwick Gallery.
Leica Store San Francisco: Sebasti�o Salgado.
Comment by AB: For those of you not familiar with Sebasti�o Salgado, he gives us glimpses into the evolution of life and the human condition on this planet. They range from stunning and majestic to disturbing, alarming and downright apocalyptic. All are exquisitely artistic, yet demand our attention and often implore us to act. Images from four of his most significant series-- Sahel, Workers, Migrations and Genesis-- are on exhibit here. Don't miss this show.
Photograph by Sebasti�o Salgado at Leica Store San Francisco.
Human impact on your planet - photographs by Sebasti�o Salgado.
Mind-blowing Brazilian goldmine photos circa 1986 by Sebasti�o Salgado.
Iceberg photograph by Sebasti�o Salgado.
Sebasti�o Salgado photography.
Photograph by Sebasti�o Salgado.
Throngs of fans - Sebasti�o Salgado photography at Leica Store San Francisco.
Caldwell Snyder Gallery: From There to Here - Melissa Chandon.
Comment by AB: Nostalgia, idyllic tranquility and an occasional romanticization of the so-called American Dream.
Art by Melissa Chandon at Caldwell Snyder Gallery.
Art by Melissa Chandon.
Melissa Chandon and her art at Caldwell Snyder Gallery.
Melissa Chandon art.
Nostalgic Americana art by Melissa Chandon.
Overall assessment - Melissa Chandon art show at Caldwell Snyder Gallery.
Sandra Lee Gallery: Kelly Detweiler - Sanctuary.
Comment by AB: Amusing painted cutouts and sculptures by Kelly Detweiler. Nice work.
Kelly Detweiler and his art at Sandra Lee Gallery.
L-R, folding art & painted cutout art by Kelly Detweiler.
Kelly Detweiler sculpture .
Art by Kelly Detweiler.
The basic idea - Kelly Detweiler art show at Sandra Lee Gallery.
Hashimoto Contemporary: Erin M. Riley & Lucien Shapiro - ANEW.
Comment by AB: Worth a visit. Good art on both counts.
Lucien Shapiro and his urban folk art at Hashimoto Contemporary.
Pinkie cam detail of art in above image (like it).
Ceremonial & altar art by Lucien Shapiro.
iPhone communique in woven tapestry by Erin M. Riley.
Erin M. Riley and her urban equipment tapestry art.
Parafernalia art - woven tapestry by Erin M. Riley (like it).
Spoke Art Gallery: Joan Cornell�.
Comment by AB: It's LOL tasteless. That pretty much sums up the macabre art of Barcelona artist Joan Cornell�. Stop on by; you won't be disappointed. He's got an impressive following as evidenced by the line for signed copies of his most recent book which stretches down the block and around the corner.
Grisly art by Joan Cornell� at Spoke Art Gallery.
Tasteless entertainment in art by Joan Cornell�.
Joan Cornell� busy signing books in the office at Spoke Art Gallery.
Art by Joan Cornell�.
Scrotumnal art by Joan Cornell�.
Arrrrgh art by Joan Cornell�.
SMAart Gallery: La Nino.
Artists: Susannah Israel, Michelle Gregor, Tiffany Schmierer, Tomo Nakazato, Jennifer Brazelton, Chris Kanyusik, Elaine Toland, Tom Michelson.
Ceramic sculpture by Susannah Israel at SMAart Gallery.
Ceramics by Tomo Nakazato (foreground) & Tiffany Schmierer (background).
Painting and ceramic art by Michelle Gregor.
Ceramic portrait by Tom Michelson at SMAart Gallery.
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