Give the Gift of Collage this Season

On December 12, 2013, in News, by chick

Check out the new store!

We are excited to offer 8“x10” prints mounted right onto bamboo.

Ready to hang.  Beau­ti­ful and convenient.

 

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Also, new to the store — metal prints!   Dyes are infused directly into alu­minum, caus­ing the images to take on a lumi­nes­cence with vibrant col­ors and detail. Comes ready to hang with back frame.

And don’t for­get the 12“x18” prints.  These are lim­ited edi­tion and make great gifts for art lovers and collectors.

Check back in occa­sion­ally.  We will be adding new items every­day for the next 7 days.

 

Happy shop­ping!

 

Red Door Studio

Fine Prints and More by Win­ston Smith

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Peter Lewis — Masters of the Glue-Niverse

On December 5, 2013, in News, by chick

Tomor­row night!

Fri­day, Decem­ber 6  •  5pm-8pm

 

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More Info:  Gallery 6 PDX

 

Rude, Glued & Screwed

On November 13, 2013, in News, by chick
Open­ing Exhi­bi­tion Cel­e­brat­ing the Launch­ing of the

Col­lage Museum of San Francisco

Curated by Win­ston Smith

 

René Apal­lec  •  Peter Lewis  •  Francesca Berrini

Win­ston Smith  •  Erik Chipchase  •  Casey Lewis

 

Saint Francis Preaching to the Appliances

Fri­day, Novem­ber 22nd  •  7pm-10pm  •  Free Admission

 

Grant’s Tomb Crypt

50-A Ban­nam Place, San Fran­cisco  CA 94133
(Near the cor­ner of Union Street and Grant Avenue in North Beach)
Click here for a map.

 

About the show and museum:
 
With this new group exhi­bi­tion at Grant’s Tomb Gallery we cel­e­brate the launch of The Col­lage Museum of San Fran­cisco.  Our vision with this new endeavor is to show­case local, national and inter­na­tional artists who work in the medium of col­lage, photo-montage, assem­blage and related disciplines.
 
There is a long and col­or­ful 200 year his­tory of artists and cre­ative indi­vid­u­als work­ing in this field from the early 19th cen­tury and through­out the 20th cen­tury as well as an explo­sion of collage-based artistry in these first decades of the 21st century.
 
The Col­lage Museum of San Fran­cisco will serve to spot­light these artists’ works and to offer a resource for the artis­tic com­mu­nity that may let us explore the lim­it­less visions of cre­ative imag­i­na­tion and encour­age and expand the Art of Collage.

 

About the Artists:

 

René Apal­lec

Broken Face

The works of the late René Apal­lec will be dis­played for the first time in the United States.  Mys­te­ri­ous and obscure, his com­po­si­tions call out to us from a long van­ished world that has since been swept away by the tumul­tuous era of the Great War.  Come and explore this rare glimpse into the mind of a lost and for­got­ten artis­tic genius.

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Peter Lewis

Hats off to Londonium

Peter Lewis has been cre­at­ing his tech­ni­color dream­scapes for sev­eral years from his fabled Pacific “Island King­dom” (New Zealand).  His aston­ish­ing com­po­si­tions are like a psy­che­delic bar­ber mir­ror that expands end­lessly into infin­ity.  Buckle up for this wild ride and pre­pare to revel in his unique vision.

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Francesca Berrini

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Francesca Berrini is a skilled and accom­plished artist who’s work resem­bles a head-on col­li­sion between for­lorn bible sto­ries and the slightly off-kilter world of gram­mar school text books.  Dinosaurs frolic with beloved bib­li­cal per­son­ages.  Enor­mous insects covert with Dick and Jane.  Pro­to­zoa are soothed and cod­dled by famous his­tor­i­cal char­ac­ters.  Inspired (if slightly twisted) fun for the whole family.

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Win­ston Smith

The Gospel According to Accordians

Win­ston Smith’s so-called “art” has defaced the cov­ers of count­less low-life punk bands from Dead Kennedys to D.O.A. to Green Day.  Through­out the last three and a half decades Win­ston has pur­sued a sin­gu­lar vision of artis­tic chaos and sub­lime imagery.  His com­po­si­tions range from the elu­sive to the stark.  View at your own risk.

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Erik Chipchase — Mer­ce­nary Graphics

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From our pre­mier show to this new exhi­bi­tion our spe­cial guest artist Erik Chipchase has been respon­si­ble for a num­ber of iconic posters for events at Grant’s Tomb.  Erik’s clas­sic graphic style is a unique blend of Pro­le­tar­ian Deco and Retro-Chic.

His con­tri­bu­tions for the launch of the Col­lage Museum of San Fran­cisco are wel­comed and appre­ci­ated.  Come cel­e­brate the dawn­ing of a new error!

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Casey Lewis

Casey Lewis has been work­ing with sev­eral art medi­ums for the past 35 years from stained glass to his true pas­sion, col­lage. With a heavy Dada influ­ence Casey has incor­po­rated fluid shapes and bold col­ors into his work. A true trip through abstract Jazz put to paper.

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For more infor­ma­tion on The Col­lage Museum of San Fran­cisco, visit:

www.CollageMuseumSF.com

 

 
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