The First Amendment Gallery in Downtown San Francisco presents “Back and Forth”, which exhibits the resulting chemistry of mind waves between artists Super A and Collin van der Sluijs. The pairing yields a creative process just as natural as the influence of the moon on the tidal currents of the sea. More images and information after the jump!
As Athen B Gallery approaches their Two Year Anniversary, the gallery is proud to announce a group exhibition that just open this past Saturday, June 10th at 7pm in Downtown Oakland.
The exhibition itself is very diverse with a wide array of paintings, illustrations and sculptures by: 2501, AXEL VOID, BRETT FLANIGAN, CANNON DILL, ERIK OTTO, ERIK MARK SANDBERG, GRADY GORDON, JASON SEIFE, KYLE LYPKA, MARTINA MERLINI, MERYL PATAKY, MICHAEL PAGE, MUZAE SESAY, NICOMI NIX TURNER, and TROY LOVEGATES.
More images after the jump!
When one of America’s top letter wizards and a world famous shooter team up for content, you know we’re in for a treat. So when Kems (@allchrome) and Kingston (@kingstonphoto) got together for the Vision Quest project, many of us got hella excited to see the outcome from these two beasts. More images, info and video after the jump!
For World Oceans Day last week (June 8), PangeaSeed is pleased to announce the latest print of the ongoing Sea of Change: The Year of Living Dangerously – Vol. 3 print suite by guest artist James Eads (USA). The highlighted species of this edition is the threatened Mobula Ray aka Devil Ray (Myliobatidae). More information and images after the jump!
Our man Mear One recently sent over a new piece called “Planet X” which was recently exhibited at the Lightning in a Bottle Festival (@LIBfestival). He describes this work as being “a mythological gumbo of global mythology that predates our written history” referencing various celestial events documented by the Ancient Greek, Vedic, Sumerian, Egyptian, Native American, Tibetan, Chinese, Nordic protocultures. More image and another awesome time-lapse video of the over 300+ hours MEAR spent painting this piece after the jump!
Bri Cirel received her Bachelor’s degree in Film and Media from the California College of Arts. After graduating, Cirel began to teach herself to paint with oils while working as a resident artist for a movie prop house in Hollywood, CA. There, Cirel made custom paintings for commercial and movie backdrops and learned an array of techniques that helped develop her graphical painting style.
Gerard Boersma is a hyperrealist artist and I paint people in modern cities. Boersma freezes time so our fast and busy lives are forever captured in a moment. Finally ready to be observed quietly. Boersma generally paints people on the streets, in stores, public transport and museums. They show the way people see themselves, interact or are influenced by modern developments in various ways.