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We keep our walls vibrantly decorated with the works of local artists who have roots here in the Bay Area. For information about how to be a participating artist, please contact us. Our art shows rotate every two months and we are always on the lookout for new and inspiring art to adorn our walls.
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I’ve been actively doing photography for over 40 years. In that time I have developed several different groups of work. Most are out in the literal world.
In my travels, I collect objects that are unusual or that seem to have a presence of their own. From time to time I go through them and create assemblages that are purely visual. The intent is for the images to be enigmatic. To that end I call the series “Non Sequitur” meaning literally – “it does not follow”.
In the upcoming months:
November- December 2014
This exhibition will consist of monoprints from three different series. The “Still Life” series, pictured here, came from a study I did about the History of Still Life. They also make reference to the “Hard Edge Abstraction” style of painting of the 1960s.
BFA degree from California State University Long Beach
Major: Printmaking with emphasis in Metal and Fiber Arts
AA degree from El Camino College, Torrance, CA
Major: Fine Arts
Skylight Studio, Manhattan Beach, California
The paintings in this exhibition involve the use of simple brush strokes that project a feeling of movement across the paper. Color always plays a key role in my work, with each painting using multiple colors juxtaposed next to each other. There are the translucent qualities of aqua media in conjunction with the brush strokes that give a sense of depth and texture to the painting. In terms of my process, I work rapidly so as to create a feeling of spontaneity in my work. Finally, it is the random “accident” that is important to my process because it adds a sense of serendipity and surprise to each painting.
Drawings and Paintings
We are drawn to stories, and story telling, so much that we find it difficult to luxuriate in a place without stories. Can we strengthen our understanding of the world beyond narrative? Use our imagination to pair ourselves with the fox in the wood, a moon of Jupiter, or the brief life of a cloud? Or just with silence?
With these works I hope to find a deeper quiet. The drawings are taken from my series “Unknown Numbers.” The paintings are from the series “Antique Circassian Languages.”
I paint and draw, and live in San Francisco.
The drawings were done with prismacolor pencil, usually on Strathmore paper. The paintings are done with acrylic on gessoed cold press watercolor paper.