Through the month of November 2015, you can see two of my pieces hanging at the Imaginarium show at the Rayko Photo Center at 428 Third Street in San Francisco. This piece, Americana, is somewhat tongue-in-cheek. The banjo is actually an African instrument brought to the continent thanks to the horrors of slavery and the artistry of African-Americans, yet that history has somehow been erased and it is now associated with white, rural folk music. Both images were produced using images from glossy advertisements (what is more Americana than consumerism?) that, thanks to the lusciousness of these alternative processes, now look homespun and artisanal. Anyway, if you make it to the SOMA district before December, check out the show--there are dozens of amazing images from De Anza art students.
I am thrilled to have two of my pieces currently hanging in the Imaginarium show at the Rayko Photo Center in San Francisco from now until December 2, 2015. The reception is on Wednesday, November 5th from 6-8pm. If you're ever in the SOMA district during the month of November, pop in and take a look--entry to the gallery is free (closed on Mondays).