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Surface Design
Curated by: Virginia Breier

1337 Fourth Street
san rafael, CA 94901
May 4th, 2012 - June 22nd, 2012
Opening: June 8th, 2012 5:00 PM - 8:00 PM

QUICK FACTS
WEBSITE:  
http://www.artworksdowntown.org
NEIGHBORHOOD:  
North Bay/Napa
EMAIL:  
info@artworksdowntown.org
PHONE:  
415.451.8119
OPEN HOURS:  
tues - sat 10am - 5pm; 10-8pm on the second Friday of each month as part of the 2nd Fridays Art Walk
TAGS:  
mixed-media

DESCRIPTION

Surface Design

an art exhibit curated by Virginia Breier

May 4 - June 22
in the 1337 Gallery 


RECEPTION: Friday May 11 • 5-8pm

during 2nd Fridays Art Walk

This exhibit illustrates, with a large variety of techniques, the importance of surface design to the final object. Surfaces, whether organic texture or applied pattern, can define a form or accentuate movement, or simply add a decorative element.

featuring:
Leon Borensztein, Jean Cacicedo, Jack da Silva, Marilyn da Silva, Aline Dargie, Victoria DeBlassie, Patricia Dreher, Carol Durham, Arlene Elizabeth, Steve Gandolfo + Jean Salatino, Ana Lisa Hedstrom, Suzanne Long, Lucia Matzger, Kathy Pallie, Carlos Perez, Gugger Petter, Rob Sieminski, Pamina Traylor and William Tyler

 

Virginia Breier has exhibited and curated Contemporary Applied Art and Folk Art for over 35 years. Originally a partner with Meyer, Breier, Weiss Gallery in Fort Mason, she eventually opened and operated V. Breier Gallery in Pacific Heights for over 23 years, gaining a reputation for a unique aesthetic and honing her eye towards an eclectic mix of art and fine craft in all media.