Saturday, March 16, 2013. 7:30-9pm
(Christine Nguyen, Michael Wysong, Azeem Khan, Hiro Makino)
Sea Moon and Friends- Psychocandy cover (The Jesus and Mary Chain)
The Huntington Beach Art Center presents, “Geometry and Friends” a group exhibition with works by, Antonio Beecroft, John Dembski, April Kawaoka, Daniel Man, James Melinat, Christine Nguyen, Pam Posey, Andre Woodward, and Michael Wysong.
Geometry is found within nature,the sciences, and in our daily lives. Natural forms such as the spiral in the nautilus shell and galaxies are linked to the golden mean and Fibonacci numbers growing exponentially. And while interpreted models of the universe from ancient times to present, and its representation of space conjures up the innovations of geometric imaginations to define the cosmos, “Geometry and Friends” explores the geometric variations in practicing artists. Eclectic ideas of time,space, man vs. nature, and mysticism mingles with fact and fictions of different realities.
Join for the reception:
March 16, 2013 - Saturday 7-9pm
Huntington Beach Art Center- 538 Main St., HB, CA 92648
I’m drawing at 1pm:
It is time for the Monster Drawing Rally, a tradition established in Los Angeles by Outpost for Contemporary Art.*
The Monster Drawing Rally consists of four one-hour shifts with 25 artists drawing simultaneously each hour. Completed drawings will be available for $75 each.
This year’s guest curators are Carlyn Aguilar, Leonardo Bravo, Kristin Calabrese, Chloe Flores, Eve Fowler, Liz Glynn, Micol Hebron, Luis G. Hernandez, Maryam Hosseinzadeh, Bill E. Kelley, Jr., New Highland Art Agents, Elana Mann, Jill Newman, Karen Rapp, and Evelena Ruether. This year’s signature image (above) by Carolyn Castaño.
Popular food trucks Nom Nom, No Tomatoes and Coolhaus will be on-site throughout the day. Beer provided by Pasadena’s ownCraftsman Brewing Company. Music by DJ Trolley Parker and DJ MANVNATURE. Kids drawing activities, too.
- $10 Suggested Donation at the Door -
Been meaning to post this for awhile. Experimenting with the singing saw.
drawing by Makoto during band practice last night
Performing at Summercamp.
Free download to hear some of the tunes
TELLING THE FUTURES
Capturing the Invisible with Chris Fifield on the cool guitar