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PATRAJDAS Contemporary at Art Chicago


san francisco art mrkt - 2011


Opening Preview Thursday, May 19, 5:30 p.m. - 7:30 p.m.
May 20 through 22, 2011
Concourse Exhibition Center 620 7th Street
San Francisco, CA

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Featured Artists:

JORDAN EAGLES
For over a decade, Jordan Eagles has been using and preserving blood in his multi-dimensional works as a method to explore themes of regeneration and the metaphysical connections between body, spirit and nature. Eagles permanently preserves the blood on clear and white Plexiglas within layers of resin, suspending the organic medium's fluid forms under the resin's glass-like surface. His work is a dynamic wash of burgundy, crimson, ruby's - commingling with near blacks, and rust colors forming a rich vibrant surface that glows with energy. Now mixing his medium with copper, Jordan creates an effect that is not unlike erupting molten lava – a sparkling geology of vibrant colors and seemingly prehistoric textures that range from fiery orange to deep crimson – revealing as much about life as about death. MORE

JEFF WALLIN
For over a decade, Jordan Eagles has been using and preserving blood in his multi-dimensional works as a method to explore themes of regeneration and the metaphysical connections between body, spirit and nature. Eagles permanently preserves the blood on clear and white Plexiglas within layers of resin, suspending the organic medium's fluid forms under the resin's glass-like surface. His work is a dynamic wash of burgundy, crimson, ruby's - commingling with near blacks, and rust colors forming a rich vibrant surface that glows with energy. Now mixing his medium with copper, Jordan creates an effect that is not unlike erupting molten lava – a sparkling geology of vibrant colors and seemingly prehistoric textures that range from fiery orange to deep crimson – revealing as much about life as about death. MORE

SANGSIK HONG
Fresh sculptures that go beyond the limit of the materials; the images of lips may be interpreted as symbols of desire. Connecting such symbolized images and symbolic meanings (power and sex) reveals clearly that his interest is focused on human desires. MORE

SCOTT ASHLEY
Common everyday objects transformed in a way that expresses the psychological, emotional and perceptual attachments we have with the objects that surround us. The amendments to these objects are simple, deliberate and clear. The sculptures are presented in a minimal format so neither the original purpose nor my modifications to them are disguised. MORE

KIM PIOTROWSKI
The content informing these abstract works has been a pointed grab of subject matter from current events and a charged painterly response. Melding drawing and painting together in a manner that produces immediacy in her abstractions, Kim's work evokes emotional and thoughtful responses to these icons within the context of today and allows her to offer a new visual language through paint. MORE

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PATRAJDAS Contemporary celebrates creative excellence in contemporary fine art, objects and design. We are focused on conceptual, rigorous, innovative, and serious work, and are committed to nurturing the achievements and evolution of emerging, mid-career, and established contemporary artists in all media. The gallery embraces the artist who challenges conventional expectation in concept or design yet excels in formality, technical expertise, craftsmanship, and originality. MORE

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