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JULES MAEGHT - 1AM - TECHSHOP
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Jules Maeght Gallery: Zio Ziegler - Bernard Gwilliam and the Quantum Modernism
Comment by AB: Zio Ziegler is a bona fide talent. He paints, draws and sculpts and works large, medium, small and huge. Lord only knows how far he can ultimately go. He's young, has great gobs of potential and is on track to become enduringly prolific. I have no idea whether anyone's breathing down his neck or exhorting him to produce how much how fast, or whether he's the sole driving force, but occasional artworks are looking a mite hasty. Regardless of who may be controlling the show, keep in mind that quality should never take a back seat to quantity. You'll get there soon enough Zio; no reason to rush.
Large art by Zio Ziegler at Jules Maeght Gallery.
Smallish art by Zio Ziegler.
Big bronze sculpture by Zio Ziegler.
Mural-sized art by Zio Ziegler.
Zio Ziegler sculpture.
Me & art in above image c/o my official photographer Kal Spelletich.
Pen & ink drawing by Zio Ziegler (I told you he does everything).
Zio Ziegler art (probably about 8 feet tall).
Even larger art by Zio Ziegler.
Relative density - Zio Ziegler art show at Jules Maeght Gallery.
1AM Gallery: Ratur & Sckaro (aka Arthur and Oscar Maslard) - Tourist
Comment by AB: Brothers Ratur & Sckaro (aka Arthur and Oscar Maslard) are here from France to paint up their perspectives life and landscape of the SF Bay Area.
Art by Sckaro at 1AM Gallery.
Art by Ratur.
Art by Sckaro.
Art by Ratur in above image closer.
TechShop Gallery: Constantine Zlatev - Trade Beads
Comment by AB: TechShop SF gives artists access to the latest digital, machining and technological equipment and programs available for use in making art. Artist-in-residence Constantine Zlatev uses Murano glass among other materials to actualize his trade bead and weaponry blends.
Murano glass mortar shells by Constantine Zlatev at TechShop Gallery.
Murano glass bullets by Constantine Zlatev.
Computer controlled rifle by Constantine Zlatev.
Trade bead interpretation by Constantine Zlatev.
Art in above image closer.
Murano glass mortar shells & grenade by Constantine Zlatev.
Installation view - Constantine Zlatev art show at TechShop Gallery.