The photographs of artpaul cartier invite inquiry. In this new selection, he seeks to look at plants in a new light and focus.
SF Open Studios 2016. I'm #329 in the catalog.
My gallerie is open on Weekend 3, Oct. 29-30, at 1845 Hayes St (at Masonic).
I'm on or near MUNI lines 43, 21, 5, 6, and 7. Also, Bike routes # 30, 32. and 55 !
This year, I am offering small prints of Botanica, my long-term series of photos from my backyard, and the wilds of California. There will be samples (mostly 8 X 12") up at my home gallerie.
Then, starting the next weekend, I will show them at the SF Women's Art gallerie on Irving St at 8th AV (Nov. 6-Dec. 4).
But wait, 8X12 not the right size for your wall? Need something bigger, with more impact? Need more copies for holiday presents?
I will be taking orders those days, which can then be fulfilled within the week. All at reasonable prices.
Can't make it to my gallerie on those days? Want to place an order, or make an appointment?
[email protected] or 415 260 5445.
Oh! Did I mention the food and drink, and an optional portrait sitting for a new series called Profiles?
Why this subject, this moment, this light, this composition?
Has the world always been this way, or is it changing?
How does this image connect to the next one? Is there a next one?
If the viewer continues on, without a state of wonder, or of wondering, has the artist failed?
My photo, Zabriskie 1 was chosen by Chandra Cerrito for SF Women's Art show, Abstractions, Sept. 6- Oct. 1, 2016.
My crowd-sourced video, "in the air" (Exquisite Corpse) was featured in Dada: Here and Now in May 2016 at Ft. Mason Center (curated by Hanna Regev and Matt McKinley).
Tree Ferns (self-portrait), a nine foot print, was included in Rayko gallery's Plastic Camera show in February, 2016.
My photograph, Alcatraz Door, was used in a Theater Rhinoceros production of "The Call." (2016)
Idaho Malt was chosen by Nancy Toomey for ARC Gallery's nationally juried show, DARK. It will be featured at my Open Studio, October, 2015.
Profiling, a live video/still mugshot project was selected by Hanna Regev and Matt Mckinley for the SF International Art Festival, May, 2015.
I currently have work on display at my home studio, and at the Floral Loft, on Hayes St., SF.
The photography of artpaul cartier is intended to serve as a daily reminder of the wonders of the "mundane" world.
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