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Gordon Huether

Posted on January 8, 2015 by gagnew

Perfect round shapes stand in contrast with the raw, edgy feel of reclaimed, patinated steel. Holy is a sculptural piece that celebrates Huether’s passion for this dichotomy and juxtaposition: the human pursuit of perfection vs. the seemingly arbitrary forces of … Continue reading

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Tor Archer

Posted on January 8, 2015 by gagnew

Tor is making a larger sculpture similar to the figure shown below for the event at Bardessono. The piece will be approximately 6’ High. Tor Archer is well-known for his assembled, and welded sculptures of solitary iconic figures and deconstructed … Continue reading

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Tim Yankosky

Posted on January 8, 2015 by gagnew

Works with vintage measuring tapes as his medium. Tim enjoys the challenge of repurposing old objects. He creates a new environment for generique cialis pas cherhttp://sons-of-metal.com/ek/prix-du-cialis-en-suisse/traitement par cialishttp://www.acagen.org/efb/peut-on-prendre-2-viagra/ these objects to “live on” in a new form of being, by … Continue reading

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Gugger Petter

Posted on January 8, 2015 by gagnew

Petter’s newspaper art has become “a diary” of her life, each piece constructed with newsprint reflecting a moment in time. Petter has worked with newspaper as her medium for over twenty years. Using a traditional loom to weave tightly rolled … Continue reading

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Barbara Kronlins

Posted on January 8, 2015 by gagnew

Works with vintage matchbooks, coloring books, and comics to create her collages. The materials recall old memories for Barbara, including a past interest in Pop Art, which pushed her to work with new shapes and sizes. “Mexican Hat,” mixed media … Continue reading

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Clint Imboden

Posted on January 8, 2015 by gagnew

Clint finds his materials at local flea markets. He begins his sculpture with artifacts of daily living, things that most people discard or overlook, such as battered globes and dilapidated tools. He is drawn to old materials because they foster … Continue reading

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Albert Dicruttalo

Posted on January 8, 2015 by gagnew

Worked with recycled steel propane tanks to create ”Cradle 2.” Metal is his medium of choice, primarily using steel and bronze. He is drawn to its toughness and the challenge of reshaping it. As sculptor, Albert is attracted more to … Continue reading

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At Bardessono

Posted on August 2, 2012 by gagnew

Tomatoville September 28, 2012 | Friday, 6:00 p.m. Winemaker Dinner presented by The Hill Family and Hill Family Estate Winemaker Alison Doran Five-course prix fixe menu created by Executive Chef Victor Scargle honoring the countless virtues of the tomato paired … Continue reading

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Andrea Schwartz Gallery

Posted on March 15, 2011 by gagnew

Founded in San Francisco in 1982, Andrea Schwartz Gallery focuses on contemporary painting of mid-career artists. For over twenty-five years ASG has supported work that is challenging and at the forefront of contemporary practice, representing a select group of artists … Continue reading

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Community Resources

Posted on March 11, 2011 by gagnew

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