South Bay Contemporary
401 South Mesa St, Third floor, San Pedro, CA 90731
310 429 0973 Peggy Zask, director
310 429 8852, Ben Zask, Curator Skyline
Main Gallery: Sky Line, a group sculpture exhibition
Curated by Ben Zask
Using the emerging patterns, silhouettes and lines of the 3-D sculptures, Curator Ben Zask created an installation where the Main Gallery of SBC becomes unified as a Skyline. Zask is focused on sustainable practice in sculpture, thus the majority of sculpture will be constructed of found materials and mixed media.
Project Space: Michael Freitas Wood, Connections
Michael Freitas Wood continues evolving his grid series of plaster and pigments on flexible fiberglass format. Layer upon layer of color and pattern, this series of works seem to reflect the visual complexity of our contemporary communication systems.
SBC Studio: Tracey Weiss, PET
Tracey Weiss uses PET plastic (plastic water and soda bottles) that she has found or collected, saving them from the landfill or obligatory “recycling”. She not only using these found materials as a conscious effort to be environmentally responsible, but also as a commentary on the plastic itself. While our consumer production has moved more and more towards plastic over the last few decades, we are finding ourselves surrounded by a plastic environment of our own creation.
Shows run: May 5 – June 26, 2016
First Thursday Art Walk, Preview, May 5, 6:00 - 9 pm
Artists Reception, Saturday, May 7, 4:00 – 7:00
Skyline participating artists:
Sandy Abrams, Scott Aicher, James Allen, Susan Amorde, Kate Carvellas, Michael Chomick, Mark Clayton, Ann Olsen Daub, June Diamond, Anita Dixon, Lauren Evans, Shane Foley, Patti Grau, Sylvia Greer, Paul Guillemette, Cie Gumucio, Miriam Jackson, Nicholette Kominos, Connie DK Lane, David Lovejoy, Kristin Marvell, MshortforMelissa, Scott Meskill, Patrick S Quinn, Annmarie Rawlinson, Karrie Ross, Eva Kolosvary Stupler, Ron Therrio, Patrick Tierney, Tres, Nancy Webber, Ann Weber, Jaye Whitworth, Valerie Wilcox, Monica Wyatt.
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