Mar 28
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Apr 26
Randy Gaul - Rhythms of the Earth

Randy Gaul - Rhythms of the Earth

Presented by Mill Valley Arts Commission and First Tuesday ArtWalk at Mill Valley Community Center

First Tuesday ArtWalk Reception:
* April 2, 5:30 – 7:30 pm

Exhibit Dates:  March 28 – April 26

 

An eclectic exhibit of multi media artworks, Rhythms of the Earth highlights artist Randy Gaul‘s recent work with salvaged materials.

He has created a variety of artworks, including resin paintings and light sculptures that demonstrate the value of what we so easily discard; in a radical re-appraisal of our attitude to consumption and waste the art itself becomes its own eloquent proponent.

Randy is also sharing his recent animated film project, Zeke the Odd, the Next Great Maker.  The story and characters were created to bring global audiences together to celebrate the power of imagination and how it can change us all!

 

Randy is a strong believer in conservation and global environmental awareness. Much of his recent work explores the tension between consumption, corporations and conservation. He believes that there are progressive solutions happening right here in our community that can utilize salvaged materials and creative thinking.

Exploring these solutions he works with the Away Station and many other locations to acquire some of the raw materials that he upcycles into his art. His process uses only water based and recyclable materials and more recently epoxy in multiple layers to create rich and complex depth to landscapes and suggestive subject matter.

Come to the Opening Reception and meet Randy Gaul, and enjoy live music & refreshments.

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Randy has worked for high-profile directors such as Steven Spielberg, George Lucas, Robert Zemeckis, M. Night Shyamalan and Martin Scorsese.  His gallery of images includes not only his recent work, but that produced while working on film production for Lucas’s Industrial Light and Magic. Having recently completed work on “Trolls”, his 73rd film for Dreamworks Animation, he continues providing visual development and concept work for television, games, theme

Admission Info

Free admission

Phone: 415-383-1370

Email: kyost@cityofmillvalley.org

Additional time info:

First Tuesday ArtWalk Reception:  April 2, 5:30 – 7:30 pm

MVCC Hours:  Daily, 8:30 am – 5:00 pm

Dates & Times

2019/03/28 - 2019/04/26

Location Info

Mill Valley Community Center

180 Camino Alto , Mill Valley, CA 94941

Parking Info

Free parking is available.

Accessibility Info