CATHARINE CLARK - GEORGE LAWSON - JACK FISCHER
SF CENTER FOR THE BOOK - HASHIMOTO
SPOKE ART - C2C - DRIFTWOOD SALON
(with assistance from Tara de la Garza and RWM)
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Catharine Clark Gallery: Scott Greene - Deep State; Kevin Cooley - Fallen Water (in the Media Room)
Apocalyptic art by Scott Greene at Catharine Clark Gallery. Worth a visit.
State of chaos art by Scott Greene.
Art by Scott Greene closer.
Environmental impact art by Scott Greene.
Scott Greene and his art at Catharine Clark Gallery.
Art by Scott Greene.
Says RWM about Kevin Cooley's multi-screen video, "Fascinating assemblage of moving pictures will have you wondering where they are looking. You might imagine yourself on the surface of Mars observing the surface through visual perspectives that are not usually available to our eyes. All sorts of new venues to explore in the great wide Universe out there, this time in neon. The colors are startling in this intense imagistic experience. You might recall all those amazing visuals of strange new worlds in science fiction movies. Great to take this journey to the beyond. Even a brief visit will leave you numb."
George Lawson Gallery: John Meyer - Diptychs
Perfect egg temperas on oak panels by John Meyer at George Lawson Gallery.
John Meyer paintings - backs & construction are as good looking as the fronts.
Black & white pairs - art by John Meyer.
A pair of reflecting paintings by John Meyer.
Rubbed layered art by John Meyer.
Nothing even a micron off kilter - John Meyer art at George Lawson Gallery.
Jack Fischer Gallery: Eiko Borcherding and Chris Dalton Powell - Two on Paper
Art on an old book binding by Chris Dalton Powell at Jack Fischer Gallery.
Art by Chris Dalton Powell.
Chris Dalton Powell and his art at Jack Fischer Gallery.
RWM observes, "Ornate drawings from Eiko Borcherding evoke the past when other styles and mediums were more popular than they are now. The images taken from Nature are beautiful and evocative. Nice to get pulled into this other world of country houses, tree side nests and creatures of the outdoor world. The effect leaves one wondering what year it is." Pencil drawings on found paper by Eiko Borcherding.
Art in above image closer (nicely done).
Drawings by Eiko Borcherding.
Pinkie cam detail of art in above image.
Long view - Eiko Borcherding & Chris Dalton Powell art at Jack Fischer Gallery.
San Francisco Center for the Book: InsideOUT - Contemporary Bindings of Private Press Books
Participating Private Presses: Arion Press (USA), Barbarian Press (Canada), Incline Press (UK), The Lone Oak Press (USA), Midnight Paper Sales (USA), Old School Press (UK), Old Stile Press (UK), Shanty Bay Press (Canada), The Whittington Press (UK).
Fine leather binding by Lester Capon at San Francisco Center for the Book.
Full leather handmade book binding by Julian Thomas.
The best in fine bindings - international private press book exhibition.
Fine leather binding by Donald Glaister.
Mark Esser fine binding.
Ambiance - show of fine book binding at San Francisco Center for the Book.
Hashimoto Contemporary: John Wentz - Imprints
Art by John Wentz at Hashimoto Contemoporary. Stop on by.
John Wentz portrait and figure paintings.
Portrait art by John Wentz closer.
Art by John Wentz.
John Wentz art.
Art by John Wentz.
Demographics - John Wentz art show at Hashimoto Contemporary.
Spoke Art Gallery: Tropefiend - Casey Weldon
Art by Casey Weldon at Spoke Art Gallery (nicely done).
Fang art by Casey Weldon.
Kitty cat mask art & more - always entertaining art by Casey Weldon.
Casey Weldon out front at his Spoke Art Gallery solo show.
Fiery eye art by Casey Weldon.
Casey Weldon art.
c2c Project Space: Project #7
Artists: Glen Goldberg, Todd Knopke, Katie Bell, Stephanie Rohlfs, Lauren DiCioccio, Imin Yeh, Stephanie Robison, Doreen McCarthy.
Tara de la Garza comments, "This bicoastal exhibition space (hence c2c - coast to coast) pairs New York artists with San Francisco area artists. The current exhibition is curated by NYC curator Christopher Joy and Cléa Massiani of SF, the loose theme of "domesticity" is influenced by the exhibition space's alternative existence as the part time residence of artist and c2c director Kirk Stoller." Pictured - inflatable bathroom sculpture by Doreen McCarthy.
Elongated art by Katie Bell.
Paper radiator and powerstrip sculptures by Imin Yeh.
Detail of embossing in above image.
Imin Yeh out front at c2c Project Space.
Lauren DiCioccio mixed-media art (image c/o Tara de la Garza).
Stephanie Robison "plug" sculpture (image c/o Tara de la Garza).
Wrapped cacti by Stephanie Rohlfs.
Driftwood Salon: Reclaim
Artists: Mark H Campbell, Ted Lincoln, Alexander Schaffer Czech, Greg "PNUT" Galinsky, Dale Erickson, Alon Picker, Camille Ochoa.
Exquisite ceramic art by Camille Ochoa at Driftwood Salon.
Camille Simone Ochoa and her ceramic art.
L-R, art by Mark H Campbell and Alon Picker.
Mark H Campbell art, left.
L-R, art by Dale Erickson and Greg Pnut Galinsky.
Dale Erickson art.
Circumstance - group art show at Driftwood Salon.