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The show theme this month at the San Francisco Women Artists Gallery is called 'San Francisco' - a theme that has no limits! Yes, there are plenty of pieces that do not feature the Golden Gate Bridge! OK, there is the bridge in this one but at least it's not orange. Walk on the Wild Side is 28" high by 22" wide, framed in black with a thick white mat. It's a result of one of my favorite photography targets - shop windows. The reflections are often fun.
My other large piece in this show is also a window reflection called Reflection on Third Street. Also good sized, it's framed at 25 x 32" and is a photograph of a window (on Third Street of course) with the reflection of the street behind me plus a giant dna molecule. Here's what it looks like:
Finally, my small piece is called Bulls Eye and for you out of towners, is part an Oldenberg sculpture on our Embarcadero with the Bay Bridge in the background. It's in a brown 10 x 12" frame.
The Opening reception is this Thursday, November 8 from 5:30 - 7pm at 3489 Sacramento Street, San Francisco. The show runs until Saturday, December 1.
After this show, the pieces (plus a couple of more of mine) will move to a "San Francisco" show at the Federal Building. More about that next month.
I have one new work in the CK Gallery's 'Transformation' Show which will be on for another month. I call it Hope. The gallery is on the second level at
4125 Piedmont Ave
in Oakland and is open Wednesdays through Saturdays.
And this is the last week for the Abstract show at the Expressions Galley, 2035 Ashby Avenue, Berkeley, where I have two pieces. The show runs until November 9.
I just returned from 5 days in that magnificant architectural wonderland called Chicago. Here are a few shots that may make it into some shows later on, but for now you'll see them first here! I'm slowly getting them onto my website but with more than 800 that I so far have not deleted, it will take a while.
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