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Steven Hurwitz, Eco Echo, Mimi Abers

Presented by Gallery Route One at Gallery Route One, Point Reyes Station CA

Sep 13 2019
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Oct 20 2019
Steven Hurwitz, Eco Echo, Mimi Abers

3 exhibitions: curvilinear/experimental forms, ecological concerns, kiln cast glass sculptures

Opening Events: Saturday, September 14
* Artist Talks:  2:30 – 3:00 pm
* Reception:  3:00 – 5:00 pm

Exhibition Dates:  September 13 – October 20

[Pictured: by Mimi Abers]

Center Gallery
Steven Hurwitz: All of the Above
is engaging a strongly multidisciplinary approach in his visceral new exhibit. Hurwitz boldly exchanges the earlier formalism of his photographic work for the curvilinear paintings, experimental drawings and unfettered sculptural forms that represent a captivating new direction.

His photographs of midnight urban spaces, for which he is perhaps best known, have given way to colorful wooden assemblages which touch upon the memory of wooden toys from another era, these accompanied by contemplative blue and white paintings that provocatively explore the boundary between peaceful abstraction and a vibrant, kinetic world.

 

Project Space
Eco Echo: Unnatural Selection
presents an array of artists who respond to aspects of our ecological environment in unexpected and diverse ways.

Each artist is creating echoes which are celebratory, poignant, beautiful, complex, and provide opportunity for audience examination and refection.

Addressing this manifold of concerns, the exhibit features the work of Anne Beck, Barbara Boissevain, Ginger Burrell, Judith Selby Lang, Richard Lang, Kent Manske, Michelle Wilson and Nanette Wylde.

 

Annex Gallery
Mimi Abers: Being and Nothingness
presents an exhibit of kiln cast glass sculptures. Receiving an MA in sculpture in the late 1970’s, her current work is articulated through the suggested narratives of imminently human forms, these inspired by one of the most urgently humanistic texts of the 20th century, Jean-Paul Sartre’s 1943 masterwork, Being and  Nothingness.

ADMISSION INFO

Free for all

Contact: 415.663.1347

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Additional time info:

Opening Events: Saturday, September 14
* Artist Talks:  2:30 – 3:00 pm
* Reception:  3:00 – 5:00 pm

Regular Hours:  11:00 am – 5:00 pm, Daily except Tuesday

LOCATION

Gallery Route One

11101 Highway One, PO Box 937, Point Reyes Station, CA 94956

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Street parking is available to both sides of the gallery entrance, with additional public parking behind the building.

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