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Themes + Projects: Blind Spots - Beverly Rayner
Comment by AB: Fascinating amalgams and assemblages combined in unanticipated ways. Salvaged and recycled materials are often combined with photographic imagery. Good show.
Nailed windowshade art by Beverly Rayner at Themes + Projects.
Detail of art in above image. That's a lotta nails.
Cauldron photograph combination by Beverly Rayner - kinda like it.
Beverly Rayner and her art at Themes + Projects.
Art in above image closer.
Eyes on the world, literally. Beverly Rayner art.
Beverly Rayner art.
Art in above image closer. Like it.
Old books with inset lips - art by Beverly Rayner.
Nancy Toomey Fine Art: Gregg Renfrow - In the Field
Comment by AB: White light reveals itself from within.
Gregg Renfrow and his art at Nancy Toomey Fine Art.
Art by Gregg Renfrow.
Gregg Renfrow art.
Overview - Gregg Renfrow art show at Nancy Toomey Fine Art.
Jack Fischer Gallery: i would lie to me - Lora Fosberg
Comment by AB: Three distinct bodies of work include black & white cartoon-like drawings, painted wood sculptures, and cross-sectional views of imagined geologies. At first I thought they were by three different artists, but they're all Lora Fosberg.
Painted cut wood by Lora Fosberg at Jack Fischer Gallery.
Geologic cross-section art up close by Lora Fosberg.
Lora Fosberg drawing up close.
Art by Lora Fosberg at Jack Fischer Gallery.
Ever Gold [Projects]: Stan Shaffer
Comment by AB: Contemporary printings of vintage images by noted fashion photographer Stan Shaffer (1944-2010). Nice work.
Photography by Stan Shaffer at Ever Gold Projects.
Stan Shaffer photography.
Fashion photographs by Stan Shaffer.
Stan Shaffer photography (note the sprayed on abs).
Electric Works: Ungrateful Mammals - Dave Eggers
Comment by AB: It's kinda like the same punchline over and over again. Fortunately, it's a pretty decent punchline, an entertaining array of animal admissions, and reasonably respectable art as well. Plenty to choose from. Special added bonus-- viewers are encouraged to physically rearrange the show. Fun.
Art by Dave Eggers at Electric Works.
Dave Eggers marries animals with text.
Bossy turkey art by Dave Eggers.
Dave Eggers inscribes his art for the new owner.
Art art everywhere at this show - Dave Eggers at Electric Works.
Dave Eggers art closer.
Viewers are invited to rearrange the art - Dave Eggers at Electric Works.
Hashimoto Contemporary: Kim Cogan - Flashback
Comment by AB: Atmospheric impressions with a distinct throwback feel.
Kim Cogan and his art at Hashimoto Contemporary.
Atmospheric San Francisco art by Kim Cogan.
Hopper-esque art by Kim Cogan up closee.
Art by Kim Cogan.
Kim Cogan art.
Ambiance - Kim Cogan art show at Hashimoto Contemporary.
Spoke Art Gallery: Bait - Dan Lam
Comment by AB: Too much of a good thing? You be the judge.
Ooze art by Dan Lam at Spoke Art Gallery - nicely done.
It's almost like an invasion - Dan Lam art.
Art by Dan Lam.
Art in above image closer - makes you wonder how he does it.
Ooze art everywhere by Dan Lam.
Attendance figures - Dan Lam art show at Spoke Art Gallery.