KATHLEEN KING’s “There’s Something in There” includes 20 objects wrapped in colored tape, their use and purpose obscured. The concealment challenges the viewer to reconsider the mysterious objects beneath and the space in which they exist.
PANTEA KARIMI is exhibiting a tribute to scientists in the field of optics and astronomy: Galileo, Kepler, Copernicus and Alhazen.
SARA LISCH’s “Breaking Through: Bumps, Holes and Crevices,” challenges our perceived notions of reality in an attempt to see things more clearly.
JILL McLENNAN’s “SeaWeed” paintings depict plastic entangled within seaweed, frightening visions of humanity’s indifference to the detrimental effects of micro plastics on wildlife.
CHARLIE MILGRIM’s kaleidoscopic photographs of viewers at Bill Ham’s light art installation at the De Young’s Summer of Love exhibition psychedelically documents the experience of viewing art while also being a part of it.
RUTH TABANCAY has hand-embroidered a set of 20 different bacteria into Petri dishes, inspired by her studies in microbiology and work as a hospital laboratory technologist.
The running stitch in LEAH VIRSIK’s 20 little hand-embroidered works represent a meditation of sorts, each embroidered line an attempt to mimic the line next to it. Virsik’s mind desires a repeatable pattern, yet her hand seems to be doing its own thing, the resulting conflict “A Beauty of their Disagreements.”
Andrew Miguel Fuller
Mary Curtis Ratcliff
Julianne Wallace Sterling
Kerry Vander Meer