today i learned that my polaroid photos from a few years back of chanukah cookies
are returned near the top of the google image search for "cookie chanukah" (or a "chanukah cookies" search).
Thursday, November 13, 2008
Ana Teresa Fernandez
headlands center for the arts gives the Tournesol award to one bay area painter with a recent mfa degree each year. the award includes a studio at the headlands, a $10,000 stipend, and a solo show at the end of the residency.
headlands is now hosting its 5th anniversary exhibition for the program with work from the first five winners (Chris Ballantyne, Clare Rojas, Yoon Lee, Leslie Shows, Ana Teresa Fernandez) and the current recipient (Paul Wackers).
the show runs November 9 – December 7, 2008. check it in person.
more photos after the jump.
Ana Teresa Fernandez
Thursday, October 23, 2008
i published a new print (as proper printing) with Tiffany Bozic
the prints are a varied edition of 7 (+3a.p.). Tiffany hand painted each print.
these prints were produced for "symmetrical balance," Tiffany's new solo show at fecal face dot gallery.
the show opens tonight (october 25th) in san francisco
i see a narrative across the seven prints.
the show also features a new series of Tiffany's paintings on maple. if you are in san francisco, this is worth checking out in person.
Sunday, September 07, 2008
i stopped by Andrew Schoultz' installation of his new solo show, "In Gods We Trust," @ Marx & Zavattero in san francisco on august 27 and september 3.
Andrew continues to push chaos with even more depth and layers in this new work.
the work rewards the careful viewer -- note the currency embedded in the sails
below are some highlights.
the show includes a huge installation
(Alex Lukas assisted Andrew with the installation)
more photos in my slideshow:
(or check my flickr set)
and make sure to check out Andrew's show in person (it runs through october 25th). Andrew is one of the hardest working and most prolific artists that i know of and this show highlights some new directions in his spectacular output.
Matt Petty of sfgate also visited Andrew's installation and posted a video here.