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The Elliptical Good-Kind

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Reach Out and Touch The Unverse, I'd Like Us All to Experience Something Special at the Same Time, 2008 Acrylic, Ink and Oil on Dura-lar 72 X 60" © courtesy of the Artist and Jack Hanley Gallery, San Francisco
The Elliptical Good-Kind

395 Valencia St.
San Francisco, CA 94103
July 5th, 2008 - August 8th, 2008
Opening: June 26th, 2008 6:00 PM - 9:00 PM

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DESCRIPTION
In 389 Valencia, the Jack Hanley Gallery will present The Elliptical Good-Kind., an exhibit of large-scale paintings on Dura-lar by San Francisco-based artist Michelle Blade.
 
Using Dura-lar as her primary work surface, Blade paints in simultaneously gestural and restrained styles, highlighting the extreme variances between her subjects. The significant difference in size of the subjects, further distinguishes their relationship. Bringing to mind a Romantic sublimity, Blade accentuates the vastness of nature, while expressing a harmonious human connection to it.
 
Michelle Blade was born in Los Angeles, CA and received an MFA from CCA. Her work has been exhibited at the San Francisco Arts Commission Gallery, Parklife and Electric Works in San Francisco, at V1 Gallery in Copenhagen and Space 1026 in Philadelphia.