A highly textured gray-brown abstract form stretches from the right side to the left side of a canvas. The far left of the composition reveals a cream colored flat surface.

Unattended

Unattended by Russell Borne is abstractly about the passing of time. Time presses along in abstraction yet has a tangible effect of both decay and growth in our daily lives. While some moments seem to have an overabundance of time, other more precious moments seem to vanish before our eyes. The works in Unattended explore the different elemental experiences of time. Experiences of destructive, redemptive, and some places in-between.

On a gray canvas, a series of thin black strips in four rows are outlines by an even thiner white line. At the bottom of the canvas a paralellogram-like shape is bisected in pale pink and green.

Held Tight

Fuller Rosen Gallery is pleased to announce Held Tight, a two-person exhibition of new and recent work by Molly Alloy and Arielle Zamora on view June 04 – August 07, 2022. Held Tight will present ten paintings on panel by Arielle Zamora and a series of assemblages, sculptures, and installations by Molly Alloy. Join us for an in-person opening reception on Saturday, June 04 from 6-8 pm. 

A highly abstracted painting with black line work running through a cream background. Muted green brushstrokes, red and blue textured elements, and spiral of dark blue are sprinkled across the canvas.

Opening Reception: What If This?

Join Gallery 60SIX for the opening reception of “What If This?,” a two-person exhibition of paintings by San Francisco-based artists Brent Willson and Peter Whitehead.

A solid light yellow rectangle is centered at the top of a pale pink canvas. Overlaying the rectangle is a gestural rectangle which shows the movement of brushstrokes in a deeper yellow.

Edith Baumann: New Works

Modernism is pleased to present its third one-person exhibition of paintings by Edith Baumann. Building on her four decades-long practice of creating geometric abstract paintings, in the current two new bodies of work in the present exhibition, Baumann has integrated a new element, overlapping her usual solid grounds and rectangular shapes, of thinly brushed on layers of paint, which reveal and conceal the colors they overlap, but also display the artist’s hand in a way not seen in her prior work.

Rebekah Goldstein, a woman with a pale complexion and shoulder length brown hair, sits on the edge of a white platform. Surrounding her are her abstract artworks, brightly colored, geometric canvases of pinks, blues, and oranges. At her bare feet are splattered paper palettes of similar colors.

Rebekah Goldstein: Welcome Home Stranger

CULT Aimee Friberg Exhibitions (1401 16th St., San Francisco) is pleased to announce “Welcome Home Stranger,” a solo exhibition of shaped paintings and sculptures by the San Francisco-based artist Rebekah Goldstein. On view from March 18 to May 8, 2022, this is Goldstein’s fourth show with CULT Aimee Friberg Exhibitions and her first solo exhibition since 2018. The gallery will release a catalog of Goldstein’s work in conjunction with the exhibition.