The artist sees a world in flux, a world of perpetual change and transition, a constant building-up and a tearing down. In these works Milgrim focuses her lens on the Accretive processes in our world that mimic the way of Nature and reveals beauty hidden in plain sight.
After pallet clean ups, her Alameda High School painting students leave behind colorful residue that builds up, layer after layer, forming surreal imagery.
Aug. 2nd - 30th
Using one camera and one lens Toby Kahn has been making Handmade Silver Gelatin Prints for over 50 years. First studying photography at Pratt Institute in Brooklyn, Toby moved to San Francisco to complete a BFA in Photography at the San Francisco Art Institute. Working in his Silver Print Studio in Berkeley for 45 years he passionately pursues his practice in black & white photography. His work is included in major museum collections including: MoMA NY, SFMOMA, The Getty Museum, and The Chicago Art Institute as well as many private collections.
19" x 12.75" size prints are $900. (Smaller prints are also available.)
All proceeds from sales go to artist
The images in this show are: Cafe Table, Gare de Lyon, 2019 19" x 12.75" , Phnom Penh Table with Utensils, 2020 12.75" x 19", & Steven's Chair, 2020, 19" x 12.7