Christopher Hall: Home for the Holidays
December 10th, 2011 - January 9th, 2012
Christopher Hall is a San Francisco photographer that captures images of the urban landscape. In this series, cars and found objects are the subject, minus their human counterparts. The images are hauntingly familiar and ethereal. The photographs are rich with color and give a fresh perspective of our contemporary landscape. We are proud to present this month-long show and encourage the purchase of the framed prints for sale. To view more of his work visit his flickr site: www.flickr/photos/deadslow/
Threads of Transition, Patterns of Change: Rabari Textiles of India
Curator: Kristine Vejar
September 9th - December 7th, 2011
Threads of Transition, Patterns of Change: Rabari Textiles of India includes colorful textiles
made by three distinct communities of semi nomadic camel herders in India, known as Rabari.
The exhibition presents a collection of textiles that would be included as part of a dowry:
camel covers, quilts, wall hangings and bags. Using broadcloth as a canvas, Rabari women
appliqué and embroider motifs selected from their remote desert environs of Northern Gujarat, India.
With the arrival of the modern age and the decline of their nomadic lifestyle their stories are told
through their textiles.
March 11th - June 8th, 2011
Woodcock is a Californian photographer whose work exemplifies the
spirit of the west. His enigmatic photography captures the vastness of
nature in our own backyards.
More info: http://www.cw-photography.com
Two Solo Shows
January 8th, 2011 - March 8th, 2011
Sonya Philip is a Bay Area artist. She has her studio at 1890 Bryant Street, Studio #211 in San Francisco, CA. You can see more of her work at her website: http://www.sonyaphilip.com/sphilip.html