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  • ELEANOR HARWOOD - NANCY TOOMEY - BASS & REINER

    DON SOKER - LUNA RIENNE

    05.07.16 Part I

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    Eleanor Harwood Gallery: Paul Wackers - Slow Wave

    Comment by AB: Paul Wackers once told me his paintings are based on real life scenes and locations. Whatever they may be based on, he's got an undeniable talent for beautifying, invigorating and embellishing whatever he either sees or imagines. Anytime you need a breather from the tedium of everyday routine, you can easily lose yourself in these. Good show; go see.

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    Pick of the show - art by Paul Wackers at Eleanor Harwood Gallery (like it).

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    Art, ceramics and shelving by Paul Wackers.

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    Possibly a still-life of ceramic chards - Paul Wackers art.

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    Ceramics, pedestal and paintings by Paul Wackers.

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    Paul Wackers art.

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    Art by Paul Wackers.

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    Paintings and sculptural arrangement by Paul Wackers.

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    Nancy Toomey Fine Art: Miya Ando - Atmosphere

    Comment by AB: No matter what the surface, Miya Ando makes it glisten and shimmer in the light. In a way, her art can be thought of as interpretive mirrors, mysteriously transforming all that it reflects.

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    Miya Ando and her art at Nancy Toomey Fine Art.

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    Pigment on brushed aluminum by Miya Ando.

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    Miya Ando art on wood panels.

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    Art in above image closer.

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    Art by Miya Ando.

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    Installation view - Miya Ando art show at Nancy Toomey Fine Art.

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    Bass & Reiner: Thinking of You - Bean Gilsdorf and Ray Mack

    Comment by AB: Notable American paintings depicting significant historical events by important American painters are reconfigured for today's discriminating contemporary art audiences. Paintings by Ray Mack complement flags and banners by Bean Gilsdorf.

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    L-R, art by Bean Gilsdorf and Ray Mack at Bass & Reiner.

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    L-R, art by Ray Mack and Bean Gilsdorf.

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    Ray Mack paintings in above image closer.

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    Long view - Bean Gilsdorf and Ray Mack art show at Bass & Reiner.

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    Don Soker Gallery: Theodora Varnay Jones - Fugue

    Comment by AB: A little bit of everything including graphite drawings, photographs, a small sculptural wall piece, and a 2-piece mirror sculpture-- one piece on the floor, the other piece mounted directly above it on the ceiling.

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    Theodora Varnay Jones and her photography at Don Soker Gallery.

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    Small sculptural piece by Theodora Varnay Jones.

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    Graphite drawings on vellum by Theodora Varnay Jones.

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    Theodora Varnay Jones mirror sculpture.

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    Ceiling-mounted mirrors directly above sculpture in above image.

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    Photographs by Theodora Varnay Jones.

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    Luminaries too numerous to mention - Adrienne Fish of 871 Fine Arts
    with Rolando Castellon. Don Soker's in the back with glasses.

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    Luna Rienne Gallery: Ursula Xanthe Young

    Comment by AB: Step into Ursula Xanthe Young's psychedelic San Francisco, encounter its Aquarian inhabitants have yourself a merry old time.

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    Long art by Ursula Xanthe Young at Luna Rienne Gallery.

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    Ursula Xanthe Young art up close.

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    Where land meets sea - art by Ursula Xanthe Young.

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    Ursula Xanthe Young art.

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    Art by Ursula Xanthe Young closer.

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    Art by Ursula Xanthe Young.

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