Artist & Curator Interviews

Artist Interview: Wesley T Wright

June 27, 2015

(Image Courtesy Aimeé Santos)  We are excited to introduce Bay Area sculptor, Wesley T. Wright with his debut feature on our Project Wall at the gallery next month. We've been working with Wesley on a few group shows beginning last year and have been captivated by his imaginative ceramic works and the characters he creates. In No More Horizons, some of the artwork symbolism is obvious and others obscure, but all chosen to help process and critique the world around us.  ME: What was your inspiration for No More Horizons and how did you select your subject matter? WTW: The title "No More Horizons" comes from a quote by Joseph Cambell. It alludes to the way in which boundaries continue to dissolve in our modern world, creating a...

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WIP from the Studios of the 'Superhero' Artists

May 28, 2015

If you're anything like us, you CAN'T WAIT for the upcoming Superhero portrait invitational opening on June 13 at the gallery. In anticipation for the opening, take a peek into the studios of our 'SUPER' artists and get a glimpse into their artistic process and get a first look at all the amazing work being produced for the show:  WIP: Major by Sarah Joncas WIP: Wolverine by Daniel J Valadez WIP: The Maxx by Brenton Bostwick WIP: Storm by Brianna Angelakis WIP: Mina Murray by Catherine Moore WIP: Superman by Craig LaRotonda WIP: Astro Boy by Helice Wen WIP: Mighty Mouse by Henry Schreiber WIP: Phoenix by Leilani Bustamante WIP: Emma Frost by Melissa Morgan WIP: Harley Quinn by Steve Lawson  WIP: Rorschach by Emilio Villalba   WIP: Batgirl by Matthew Robertson   WIP: Thor by Bradley Platz More Info on Superhero >>> Request Collector Preview | RSVP  ***

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