WOMEN WHO WORK TOGETHER

WOMEN WHO WORK TOGETHER

WOMEN WHO WORK TOGETHER
Selected Works from the Five Ton Crane Arts Collective
Artists’ opening reception: May 26, 3:00 – 6:00 pm
 

Lost and Foundry Gallery presents Women Who Work Together – an exhibit of works by women artists from the Five Ton Crane Arts Collective. The artists were selected by Sean Orlando and the individual pieces were curated by Jan Watten, Gray Loft Gallery.  The show will be on view until June 23.
 

Lost %& Foundry Gallery Installation

 
The diverse collection of art includes painting, mixed media, photography and sculpture, representing a myriad of artistic talents by these fourteen artists.  The varied styles are unified by the collaborative nature of Five Ton Crane Arts, which is the heart of this artists’ collective.
 

Also on view during the opening reception will be open studios of working artists in the building.

 

Participating Artists: 

Joy Busse, Sara Chieco, Jamie Diy, Naomi Grunditz
Leslie Frierman Grunditz, Bonnie Heras, Bree Hylkema   
Ubin Li, Jody Medich, Sydney Palmer, Cjay Roughgarden
Tania Seabock, Stephanie Shipman, Imogen Speer
 


Lost & Foundry Studios and Gallery
305 Center Street
Oakland, California  94607
gallery viewing by appointment
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Lost and Foundry Gallery
and Five Ton Crane Arts Collective.

Warehouse 416 Art Opening Friday April 6th!

Warehouse 416 Art Opening Friday April 6th!

Almost ready for First Friday! @warehouse416 This show is about recognizing the strange and fading elements of our world through photography, sculpture and painting.

Beauty by decay, the incompleteness of the human form, fading structures and objects, once useful and now left stranded to time.

An acknowledgement of those things hidden in plain site, their own strange attraction calling out to us, inviting us to remember our past and ponder our future. #artshow#artopening #firstfriday #oaklandartists #oaklandartmurmur #photography #sculpture#paintings @beckajoni @kellypatrickdugan @joybusse

ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS

ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS

Recognizing the strange and fading elements of our world through photography, sculpture and painting.

Beauty by decay, the incompleteness of the human form, fading structures and objects, once useful and now left stranded to time.

An acknowledgement of those things hidden in plain site, their own strange attraction calling out to us, inviting us to remember our past and ponder our future.

OCCULT

OCCULT

Occult:

Not apparent on mere inspection but discoverable by experimentation

A walk in Tilden Park

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A walk in Tilden Park

After the heavy winter rains, tree bark and rocks are covered with lichen and moss. Saturated with water, the colors virtually glow as I walk by. Simultaneous erosion, decomposition and growth, creating magnificent artworks, no bigger than the palm of my hand.

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