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Hashimoto Contemporary: Abigail Goldman - Mea Culpa
Comment by AB: Abigail Goldman materializes her gruesome sense of humor in the form of murderous little mini-dioramas. Corpses corpses everywhere in this cavalcade of carnage. Worth a visit.
Cadaver in the trunk - art by Abigail Goldman at Hashimoto Contemporary.
Mayhem among the Victorians - diorama art by Abigail Goldman.
Pandemonium in above image closer.
Abigail Goldman and her art at Hashimoto Contemporary.
City scene diorama art by Abigail Goldman.
Another one bites the dust - art in above image closer.
Relative density - Abigail Goldman art show at Hashimoto Contemporary.
Spoke Art Gallery: Chimerical - Karla Ortiz
Comment by AB: Portraits in graphite and paint.
Portrait of a slightly bruised sitter by Karla Ortiz at Spoke Art Gallery.
Pinkie cam detail of diminutive graphite portrait drawing by Karla Ortiz.
Small graphite drawings by Karla Ortiz.
Small portrait painting by Karla Ortiz.
Demographics - Karla Ortiz art show at Hashimoto Contemporary.
Leica Store & Gallery: Fred Lyon - San Francisco
Comment by AB: Photographer Fred Lyon captures the beauty and romance of vintage San Francisco circa the 1940s and 1950s. Go see.
Photographs of vintage San Francisco by Fred Lyon at Leica Store & Gallery.
Fred Lyon photograph closer.
San Francisco in the 1940s and 50s photographed by Fred Lyon.
Fred Lyon (center) discusses his work at Leica Store & Gallery.
The romance of San Francisco - Fred Lyon photography.
Chinatown and a foggy night as photographed by Fred Lyon.
Long view - Fred Lyon photography show at Leica Store & Gallery.
Caldwell Snyder Gallery: Recent Paintings by Regina Saura & Manel Anoro
Comment by AB: Fanciful dreamlike trees, forests and fields of flowers by Reguna Saura blend in subtle hints of human intervention like bits of writing and collaged numbers. In the rear gallery, enjoy Manel Anoro's vibrant impressionist landscapes and coastal views.
Art by Regina Saura at Caldwell Snyder Gallery.
Regina Saura art.
Abstracted landscape by Regina Saura.
Regina Saura art.
Art by Manel Anoro.
Manel Anoro art.
Impressionist landscape paintings by Manel Anoro.
Head count - Regina Saura & Manel Anoro at show at Caldwell Snyder Gallery.
Gauntlet Gallery: Oh! You Pretty Things - Johannah O'Donnell & Rebecca Rose
Comment by AB: Rebecca Rose rings are really more like miniature sculptures, both in complexity of composition and detail. The best news is that she does commissions. If you can dream it up, she can make it for you. Her outrageous rings are guaranteed to make your hands happy. Also on the docket are beautifully executed portraits of "masked" animals and music icons. It's all good here. Stop on by and see for yourself.
Sculptured jewelry by Rebecca Rose at Gauntlet Gallery (like it).
Boxing ring by Rebecca Rose.
Rebecca Rose at her Gauntlet Gallery art show.
One of many sculptured rings by Rebecca Rose.
Portraits by Johannah O'Donnell.
Johannah O'Donnell at her Gauntlet Gallery art show.
Animal portrait by Johannah O'Donnell closer (nicely done).
Portrait art by Johannah O'Donnell.
Overview - Rebecca Rose & Johannah O'Donnell art show at Gauntlet Gallery.
The City Gallery: Glass Art Group Show
Comment by AB: They tell me there's an active and highly talented community of glass artists in the far Northern part of the state, and if the inaugural show at The City Gallery is any indication, they're absolutely right. You have to see this work in person to really appreciate it. Definitely worth a visit.
Fantasy glass weaponry by Darby at The City Gallery.
Glass Samurai swords by Darby & Mr Gray.
L-R, functional glass art by Darby & Mr Gray.
Glass skateboard by Tristan Hodges & Mr Gray.
Glass automatic by Darby.
The basic idea - fine blown glass art at The City Gallery.
Ramon's Tailor: Daniel Brickman - These Are That
Comment by AB: Earthy abstract sculptures by Daniel Brickman are made with an atypical combination of ingredients, namely polyester resin, sawdust, ink, rope, jute and paper. Not your everyday art.
Earthy organic sculpture by Daniel Brickman at Ramon's Tailor.
Hanging sculpture by Daniel Brickman.
Daniel Brickman at his Ramon's Tailor art show.
Sculptures by Daniel Brickman.
Hanging rope sculpture by Daniel Brickman.