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Mining, Minerals, and the Ore of the Earth   Pick-button-5bf6c1b36c3b74ec8f312c7c9f6f1ae3
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Leslie Shows at Haines Gallery November 3rd, 2011 - December 24th, 2011
Posted 11/28/11

I have been a fan of Leslie Shows since hearing her speak about her work at the now-defunct Painting’s Edge program at Idyllwild Arts in the San Jacinto Mountains. At that time, Shows was still making expansive paintings of somewhat abstracted landscapes; cast in the color palette of Sigmar Polke’s gentler works, the size of these paintings belied the intricately detailed portions of the piece. While the sweeping totality of Shows’ works like The Arrangement of Salt and Minerals by Property, 2005, de... [more]

Op-Ed: Touristy, yes but San Francisco's North Beach still has the beat Special  
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4/25/11 Posted 4/26/11

Op-Ed: Touristy, yes but San Francisco's North Beach still has the beat Special By Jonathan Farrell Digital Journal The North Beach section of San Francisco for the most part caters to tourists; complete with tour buses, souvenirs and inflated prices. Yet despite the dusty narrow streets, heavy with traffic and often litter-strewn, North Beach still has a beat, if it can be said that way. "Beat" referring to its "Beatnik" past. At least for this reporter, North Beach still has a kind... [more]

Alameda Museum Presents 'The Tao of Metal' by Metal Sculptor Feng Jin  
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2/25/11 Posted 4/26/11

Alameda Patch Posted by Lauren Huang | February 25, 2011 | Alameda Museum is presenting The Tao of Metal, a solo exhibition of sculpture by Bay Area artist Feng Jin. From March 5 to 30, 2011, the exhibition will feature Jin's new work, including pedestal and large-scale sculpture as well as a site specific installation.Jin's work offers connections between forms, symbols and architecture through a vocabulary that is emblazed with light and informed by Asian art and history. Jin uses an... [more]

Island arts: “Cross Currents”  
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7/10/10 Posted 4/30/11

This article originally appeared on July 10, 2010 in The Island. Michele Ellson, editor. Submitted by Michael Singman-Aste on 1, July 8, 2010 – 4:50 am By Michael Singman-Aste Sponsored by the Island Alliance of the Arts non-profit, the fourth annual “Cross Currents” exhibit at the Alameda Museum is billed as an exhibit of California artists, with one coming from as far away as Bristol in Southern California. But with 22 out of 38 artists from Alameda and the exhibit capably installed by... [more]


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