Of course, @laurencarlyshaw!
The artist creates “anthropomorphic objects through sculptural assemblage; this ultimately breeds feelings of familiarity and instability.” She shares further in her statement that “my sculptures and installations exist as a reflection of the human form, the will of the individual human being, and the manifestation of emotion through the corporeal.”
@june_stratton's amazing painting "Anamnesis" [Oil, Plaster Casts, 12k & 23k Gold Leaf, 17 x 16 x 3"] for the upcoming Beautiful Bizarre exhibition ‘Halcyon Days’ at @ModernEden Gallery.
‘Halcyon Days’ - Opening Reception: Saturday, November 5
Exhibition Dates: 5 November - 3 December
Modern Eden Gallery, 1100 Sutter St, San Francisco, CA, United States
This exhibition includes the work of over 80 of the world’s best contemporary artists, from across the globe, plus the Winners of the 2022 Beautiful Bizarre Art Prize! To receive the Collectors Preview please email Gallery Director, Kim Larson on firstname.lastname@example.org
“I find it more useful and interesting to use body language to visually communicate ideas. I try to work in the direction of evoking emotions in the viewer, so rather than focusing on portrait resemblance, my interest lies in capturing internal emotional tension and expressiveness through other means, which is more of a subconscious choice.”
Read our in-depth interview with @denis_sarazhin in the coming December issue of Beautiful Bizarre Magazine!
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Opening THIS Saturday, October 8: 5:00 – 10:00 p.m!! @chetzar: "Zombie Death Bots" | @dosdiablosdos: "Beauty MtrFkr" | @rachaelbridge: "Hysteria" | @lordego1: 'Memories of Never' - all at @coprogallery!
All the artist will in attendance and the band @lawndalesst will be performing!!! Additionally, Chet Zar will be signing his new book!
Breathing life into inanimate objects: @iamclaudiasix and her friends make every day a bit brighter. The artist shares on her website: “Claudia Six weaves her own world in a wide variety of disciplines. This world consists of fading feelings from the past. From dreams, the hope of emotional release, security, joy and insecurity. The complexity of these overlapping, elusive emotions are fine yarn, a ball from which the artist weaves a condensing image of a second world. Imaginary and long forgotten friends, dream fragments of lonely nights and familiar characters that no one else can see manifest themselves in this.”