Saturday, September 18, 2010

Whirlwind Weekend Part 2

Andrew Schoultz, "Compound Eyes Around the World", at Marx and Zavattero through October 23.

On Saturday, September 11, I saw five more openings beginning with Andrew Schoultz at Marx and Zavattero. Andrew is a friend of mine and he and his girlfriend, Hilary, (a close bud), are wonderful and worldly, often showing in various parts of the globe. I was thrilled to be able to say hello and check out a great show by Andrew, who is prolific by any stretch of the imagination, right here in SF.

A shot of the main room.

Large-scale painted installation.

Andrew's work is so detailed and layered that it was difficult to snap a clear photo with the fancy SLR I borrowed from school.

Gold leaf! That's Andrew in the gray shirt.

My bud Brandon showed us his crispy new art book from Mark Dion's new exhibit at the Oakland Museum of California.

In the back room there were a couple pieces from talented Marx and Zavattero artists and CCA faculty, Taravat Talepasand and James Gobel.

A sneak peek of the storage room with some Libby Black luggage.

Chris Duncan, "Eye Against I", at Baer Ridgway Exhibitions through October 15.

Next I was on to Baer Ridgway, where Chris Duncan had some cool installations. This one's made out of string.

I love glittery rocks.

A mirrored floor makes everything look cosmic.

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