Tonight at the California Modern Art Gallery don't miss the opening of what promises to be a stellar show, Constructions. Guest curated by Matthew Frederick who brought together 10 Bay Area artists who use completely unique and inspiring construction processes in creating their artwork. The show features over 60 pieces including gallery worthy recycled wood furniture by artist Thomas Jenkinson, a haunting parlor game created by Molly Meng titled Phobophobia, Mosaic sculptures by public installation artist Laurel True-- whose work can be found through out the city including the giant mosaic mural which graces a building on the corner of 16th and Harrison, and Blair Bradshaw's beautifully assembled canvases which transform complex chemical structures into common human experience. The established group also includes work from, Sidnea D'Amico, Randall Heath, Mark Paron, Sarah Smith, William Wareham and Matthew Frederick.
California Modern Art Gallery
1035 Market Street (btw 6th & 7th)
Opening reception from 5-8pm tonight!
Show runs from 4/12-5/10
"POV" oil on canvas with objects by Blair Bradshaw Blair