"Point of the Arches" Acrylic and Collage on Wood Panel, 9×9"
Artist Mary Iverson has a solo exhibition entitled Calamity now showing at the Shooting Gallery in San Francisco. Like spiders spinning webs over their prey, meshes of shipping containers are superimposed over scenic areas in America like Mount Rainier, the Yosemite Valley and . . . → Read More: “Calamity” by Mary Iverson at the Shooting Gallery in San Francisco
Ever feel like not showing your face? Traveling incognito, but don’t want to don sunglasses? Try hiding behind one of these fashionable facades by designer Héctor Sos from the series “Paper Faces.” Check out more here.
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The City of Samba from Jarbas Agnelli on Vimeo.
This video looks like scenes from an elaborate miniaturized festival, but it is from real life – beginning with a panoramic view of the city (including a helicopter rescue from the sea) and then, as night falls, Carnaval 2011 in Rio de Janeiro . . . → Read More: “City of Samba” a tilt shift photographic capture of the 2011 Rio de Janeiro Carnaval Party by Keith Loutit and Jarbas Agnelli
German art duo Herakut just opened their latest exhibition “After the Laughter” at LeBasse Projects in Los Angeles’ Chinatown. In this show they present a fully immersive installation as well as new paintings, drawings, photography and a series of sculptures. Splendid stuff!
Check out a lot more images from “After the Laughter” at the . . . → Read More: ‘After the Laughter’ at LeBasse Projects in Los Angeles by Herakut
Paper has got to be one of the most versatile mediums ever. You can make marks on it, dye it, cut shapes from it, and, as artist Peter Gentenaar shows, sculpt it into stunning complex forms. These images are from Gentenaar’s latest exhibition inside the Abbey church of Saint-Riquier in France. Allowing pulp to . . . → Read More: Peter Gentenaar transforms paper into ethereal sculptural pieces
Check out this enormous snow drawing created by landscape artist Sonja Hinrichsen. Hinrichsen and a team of 5 volunteers tracked a series of circles into the snow at Rabbit Ears pass in Steamboat, Colorado.
What happens when the temperature rises? The San Francisco based artist said, “I’m not so into making art . . . → Read More: Snow drawing by Sonja Hinrichsen
Friday, February 24
Event: More Light – new works from Francesco Deiana and Lafe Harley Eaves, Opening Reception When: Friday, February 24, 2012 At 7-10pm Where: Park Life 220 clement st SF CA 94118
Wednesday, February 29
Event: New work by Deborah Bell and Eric Michael Corrigan, Opening Reception When: Wednesday, February 29, . . . → Read More: San Francisco Area Event Picks for February 23 – February 29, 2012
While working on a photographic project which is taking him traveling around the USA (all 50 states over the next 365 days), photographer Theron Humphrey got the idea of a side project involving his traveling companion, a coonhound called Maddie. In Maddie the Coonhound, Humphrey takes daily pictures of Maddie perched upon things like . . . → Read More: Photographs of “Maddie the Coonhound” by Theron Humphrey
15 feet tall, 250 lbs of vinyl … whatever it is I’d love to see it in my neighborhood. The giant blown up red ball is the child of architect and artist Kurt Perschke. In the “RedBall Project,” this charismatic object gets ensconced in various urban places around the world – St. Louis, Taipai, . . . → Read More: The “Red Ball Project” by Kurt Perschke
Seinfeld – Monk's Cafe
Few things are as comforting as staying home and watching a re-run of a favorite show in your pajamas. Austin-based serigraph artist Tim Doyle evokes that warm fuzzy feeling in his debut solo show at the Spoke Art Gallery in San Francisco. In “Unreal Estate,” Doyle re-visits television’s most . . . → Read More: “Unreal Estate” by Tim Doyle at the Spoke Art Gallery in San Francisco