The photographs of artpaul cartier invite inquiry.
I will not be in Open Studios this year, but you are welcome to contact me about individual consultations or viewings. Or commissions! I will probably have an open studio in late November or early Dec. for your shopping pleasure. I will continue to show my video Linking Arms whenever and wherever possible at St. Cyprian's, SF Art Institute, or elsewhere.
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[email protected] or 415 260 5445.
Why this subject, this moment, this light, this composition?
Has the world always been this way, or is it changing?
If the viewer continues on, without a state of wonder, or of wondering, has the artist failed?
I am in the process of becoming a multivalent artist. I am assisting and directing a series of drone videos with an eye to utility and beauty. I am currently experimenting with binaural and multi-channel sound to create projected environments and vignettes. I continue to experiment with ink, paint, assemblage, and multi-media to create new lighter (and darker) worlds.
You can support me (like many artists) by purchasing works that you like. I certainly do not rely on government funding, because there is none. My expenses are many; my profits few.
Commission for a video installation for the San Francisco International Art Festival shown at Fort Mason, May-June. A memorial and tribute to Martin Luther King and the events of 1968 linking to the present, and called "Linking Arms".
Show of Photographs at St. Cyprians, SF, entitled "No Planet Like It". Feb.-March, 2018
Juried exhibitions at Dickerman Prints (Above Peru), and the SF Women's Art Gallerie on Irving St at 8th AV (incl. Juror's choice "Virginia").
Zabriskie 1 chosen by Chandra Cerrito, at SFWA gallery.
Crowd-sourced video, "in the air" (Exquisite Corpse) was featured in Dada: Here and Now in May at Ft. Mason Center (curated by Hanna Regev and Matt McKinley).
Tree Ferns (self-portrait), a nine foot print, included in Rayko gallery's Plastic Camera show in February.
Alcatraz Door used in a Theater Rhinoceros production of "The Call."
Idaho Malt chosen by Nancy Toomey for ARC Gallery's nationally juried show, DARK.
Profiling, a live video/still mugshot project was selected by Hanna Regev and Matt Mckinley for the SF International Art Festival, May, 2015.
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