SF ARTS COMMISSION - MCLOUGHLIN - GALLERY 16
NEEDLES & PENS - ROLL UP - VER UNICA
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San Francisco Arts Commission Gallery: Visible Horizons - Andrew Chapman, Chris Duncan, Rhonda Holberton; The Air & Space Museum - Randy Colosky.
Comment by AB: Three conceptual perspectives on the idea of horizon. Chris Duncan's clean planar installation doubles as a playable string instrument, Rhonda Holberton's camera obscura doubles as a walk-in sculpture, and as soon as I figure out Andrew Chapman's mixed media melange, I'll let you know. Good art on all counts; check it out.
At the 155 Grove Street space, Randy Colosky investigates the aesthetic aspects of indoor growing systems with a self-sustaining installation that will grow sunflowers over the next several months. Stop on by and monitor the progress.
Walk-in camera obscura by Rhonda Holberton at San Francisco Arts Commission.
Entrance to Rhonda Holberton camera obscura installation.
View of Chris Duncan installation from the side.
Chris Duncan demonstrates the musical properties of his art.
Art/installation by Andrew Chapman at San Francisco Arts Commission.
Andrew Chapman art at San Francisco Arts Commission.
View of Randy Colosky grow-room installation from the street.
Randy Colosky grow-room installation at San Francisco Arts Commission.
Randy Colosky and his grow-room installation.
The McLoughlin Gallery: Colin McRae - Silence.
Comment by AB: Noted architectural photographer Colin McRae explores the quiet side of black & white with this series of snowscapes.
Photography by Colin McRae at The McLoughlin Gallery.
Colin McRae snowscape photograph.
Photographs by Colin McRae at The McLoughlin Gallery.
Ambiance - Colin McRae photography show at The McLoughlin Gallery.
Gallery 16: Charles Linder - New Sculpture.
Comment by AB: Experience the creative elan of Charles Linder in its full glory here. Diversions include a hanging tractor tire light, chromed containers once used for target practice now transformed into lighting, a standing pig lamp, corroded car hoods also once used for target practice, a hanging antler assemblage, a towering chandelier comprised entirely of antique and vintage chairs, and quite a bit more. Like it! Go see.
Antique chair chandelier by Charles Linder at Gallery 16.
Chair chandelier by Charles Linder in above image closer.
Tractor tire lighting by Charles Linder at Gallery 16.
Charles Linder discourses on his art at Gallery 16.
Recycled chromed target practice lighting by Charles Linder (nice).
Collectible Porsche lent to Charles Linder by a collector friend.
Target practice conflagration installation by Charles Linder.
Pork light by Charles Linder at Gallery 16.
Works on paper by Charles Linder.
Charles Linder literature at Gallery 16.
Corroded target practice car hood by Charles Linder.
Demographics - Charles Linder art show at Gallery 16.
Needles & Pens: Brigid Dawson - Dedicated to Dear Earholes.
Comment by AB: Paintings by Brigid Dawson, mainly on tambourines and hand-held percussion instruments, are based on childhood, family history and memorable moments in life.
Art by Brigid Dawson at Needles & Pens.
Brigid Dawson art closer.
Art by Brigid Dawson closer at Needles & Pens.
Portrait art by Brigid Dawson and subject at Needles & Pens.
Brigid Dawson art.
Relative density - Brigid Dawson art show at Needles & Pens.
Art by Eric Broers at Roll Up Gallery.
Art by Alice Koswara at Roll Up Gallery.
James Garcia art at Roll Up Gallery.
Art closer from group show at Roll Up Gallery.
Art by Vikki Vaden at Ver Unica.
Vikki Vaden and her art at Ver Unica.