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111 MINNA - R/SF PROJECTS - EAST CUT ART FAIR
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111 Minna Gallery: Guy Colwell - Walking, Talking, Stalking
Comment by AB: Guy Colwell takes us on a wild high-density retrospective ride to the far reaches of his brain. Entrees include animals in all the wrong places, a confluence of clowns, miniature animal portraits, multicolor characters, a lazy day in the park, incongruous incidents, commentaries on conflicts, the environment and inequality... and just about anything else you can imagine. Worth checking out. It's an experience.
Clown convocation - art by Guy Colwell at 111 Minna Gallery.
Pinkie cam detail of art in above image (nicely done).
Lazy afternoon in the park - art by Guy Colwell.
Guy Colwell and his art at 111 Minna Gallery.
Colorful characters - art by Guy Colwell.
Pinkie cam close-up of miniature panda painting by Guy Colwell (nice).
Commentary art by Guy Colwell.
Animals in all the wrong places - Guy Colwell art.
111 Minna Gallery is dense with all kinds of Guy Colwell art.
R/SF Projects: Maria Guzmán Capron - Desdoblé
Comment by AB: According to the debriefing, the show's title translates to the word "unfold." All manner of fabrics, colors and patterns are quilted into fanciful compositions that suggest distinct narratives. Several ceramics and painted paper sculptures accent the action.
Fabric art by Maria Guzmán Capron at R/SF Projects (sorta like it).
Maria Guzmán Capron art.
View from the loge - carpet art by Maria Guzmán Capron.
Maria Guzmán Capron art.
Quilted fabric composition - Maria Guzmán Capron art.
Art by Maria Guzmán Capron.
Two floors of fun - Maria Guzmán Capron art show at R/SF Projects.
Exhibitors: Chandra Cerrito Contemporary, George Lawson Gallery, Seager/Gray Gallery, and Slate Contemporary
Comment by AB: Four galleries snag an available space in the recently-christened East Cut (kinda between SOMA, downtown, I-80 and South Beach) and throw themselves a mini art fair.
Pigment print by Barbara Kyne at Slate Contemporary (kinda like it).
Art by Christy Lee Rogers at Slate Contemporary - East Cut Art Fair.
Geometric precision by Connie Goldman at Chandra Cerrito Contemporary.
Art by Judith Belzer at George Lawson Gallery.
Busy sculpture by Lisa Clarke at Seager/Gray Gallery.
L-R, art by Tim Craighead and Marianne Kolb at Seager/Gray Gallery.
Bronze sculpture by Catherine E Skinner at Seager/Gray Gallery.
Relative density - opening night at the East Cut Art Fair.
Tyler Wood Gallery: Image as a Form - Mike Rubin
Comment by AB: Mike Rubin makes art out of studio residue and discards that were originally used in the creation of his sculptural works. Unfortunately, they still look like studio residue and discards.
Old sculpture molds filled with discarded hydrographic film by Mike Rubin.
Art in above image sloer at Tyler Wood Gallery.
Hydrographic film residue on paper by Mike Rubin.
Pinkie cam detail of art in above image.
Mike Rubin out front at his Tyler Wood Gallery art show.
The whole enchilada - Mike Rubin art show at Tyler Wood Gallery.