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Beauty is unbearable, drives us to despair, offering us for a minute the glimpse of an eternity that we should like to stretch out over the whole of time. -Albert Camus

"Unbearable Beauty"
Works by Lisa Bartleson, Ryan Cobourn, Deborah Dancy, Mara De Luca, Christel Dillbohner, Kirk Maxson, Laurie Reid

Curated by Michelle Bello at Sloan Miyasato Fine Art, 2 Henry Adams Street, San Francisco. Inquiries: Tommy Talbot (415) 431-1465 tommyt@sloanm.com

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Curator Michelle Bello is pleased to announce an installation of works by Stephanie Peek entitled "Uniform Language," on view now through April 19, 2019, at Sloan Miyasato Fine Art in San Francisco.

In “Uniform Language” San Francisco based artist Stephanie Peek reclaims various patterns of concealment by re-contextualizing the camouflage of troubled countries. With this single grouping of 45 oil paintings on alabaster-gessoed panels, Peek intends to transform these patterns from their military usage to a more peaceful purpose.

Each painting offers viewers a striking abstraction of patterns, leaving them unaware that they are also viewing close-ups of an overall pattern appropriated from military camouflage. Although Peek takes artistic license, they nonetheless reveal the individuality underlying each country's original design. At first glance, these paintings also appear markedly different from Peek's signature paintings of flowers and gardens. But, as one looks closely, one sees that all her work is about the perception of the natural environment--from content to pattern, realism to abstraction… More: https://bit.ly/2A4CGKT
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Summer solstice is near and, while others frolic, feast, and celebrate with myriad rituals, we make an offering of art. Our current show is a cosmos of talent.

Observe Joe Brubaker's “Dark Moon” works from his latest sculptural phase. David Becker, a newcomer to the gallery, dominates our space with his stellar “Black Daisy” painting. Diane Tate DallasKidd offers up a fiber piece in bonfire red, and Robert Charles Dunahay's geometric abstractions glitter like the night sky. Miya Ando's super moon glows golden whether near or far, while her bodhi leaf mandalas embody the universe with their geometric forms. Sculptor David Kimball Anderson likewise brings flora into our world with his painted steel still life replete with planets--or whatever you wish to see or believe.

Visit Sloan Miyasato in San Francisco to view these works, and 150 more by other artists. With this constellation of fine art, curated by Michelle Bello, the sky's the limit. More: https://bit.ly/2K0pbl8
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Making News! Squeak Carnwath at Sloan Miyasato Fine Art

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Image: Squeak Carnwath, “Elvis,” 2017, Oil and Alkyd with 24-Karat Gold Leaf on Canvas over Panel, 70 x 70 Inches

Curated by Michelle Bello at Sloan Miyasato Fine Art, 2 Henry Adams Street, San Francisco. Inquiries: Tommy Talbot (415) 431-1465 tommyt@sloanm.com
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Cool new art. Get it while it's hot!

Works by Tor Archer, Christel Dillbohner, Robert Charles Dunahay, Matt Gil, Mark Seely. More: https://goo.gl/YzhPnq

Curated by Michelle Bello at Sloan Miyasato Fine Art, 2 Henry Adams Street, San Francisco. Inquiries: Tommy Talbot (415) 431-1465 tommyt@sloanm.com
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Artist Yari Ostovany's journey ends, ours begins.

Improvisational and passionate, the recent abstract paintings of Yari Ostovany straddle a nebulous realm between the mysterious, mystical, and spiritual. In the studio, Ostovany strives to lose himself and cross into the unconscious--both the personal and collective. Painting to him is an intimate journey of exploration through the alchemy of color, light, texture, and the poetics of space… More: https://goo.gl/VfqUMu

Image: Yari Ostovany, “Simorgh Descending V,” 2016, Oil on Canvas, 80 x 80 Inches

Curated by Michelle Bello at Sloan Miyasato Fine Art, 2 Henry Adams Street, San Francisco. Inquiries: Tommy Talbot (415) 431-1465 tommyt@sloanm.com
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Diane Tate DallasKidd - Folds of Gold

“‘Folds of Gold’ is about transferring the inspired moment to the viewer. Pieces were composed by swift and intuitive acts of folding paper. Folding requires the body to envelop the material, layering planes of space over and unto itself. Using this 3D approach to create a ‘flat’ painting allowed for a spontaneous mode of expression,” says artist Diane Tate DallasKidd… More: https://goo.gl/ZyBbn8

Image: Diane Tate DallasKidd, "Introspect 3," 2017, Acrylic on Wood Panel, 48 x 73.5 x 1.6 Inches

Curated by Michelle Bello at Sloan Miyasato Fine Art, 2 Henry Adams Street, San Francisco. Inquiries: Tommy Talbot (415) 431-1465 tommyt@sloanm.com
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Sculptor Eric Powell - Drawing with Steel

Eric Powell's sculpture is driven by a visceral urgency to build. Compelled by intuition, Powell engages in a moment-to-moment exploration of his materials. It's a vulnerable and highly charged experience. His preferred medium is steel, one of the most common and ubiquitous building materials in the modern world. "Steel is infinitely versatile and adaptable. It's a durable, long lasting industrial material that can be sculpted into virtually any form that the imagination can conjure," says the artist. More: https://goo.gl/AgFJsR

Image: Eric Powell, “Schooner,” 2016, Steel, 34 x 53 x 11 Inches

Eric Powell - Artist Talk - Sloan Miyasato
Wednesday, February 15, 2pm to 3pm
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Curated by Michelle Bello at Sloan Miyasato Fine Art, 2 Henry Adams Street, San Francisco. Inquiries: Tommy Talbot (415) 431-1465 tommyt@sloanm.com
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Bring it on, 2017! New art for the new year by Rex Yuasa, Penny Olson, David Ruddell, and others. 

Curated by Michelle Bello at Sloan Miyasato Fine Art, 2 Henry Adams Street, San Francisco. Inquiries: Tommy Talbot (415) 431-1465 tommyt@sloanm.com

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The clouds parted and our art program skyrocketed last year. We added new artists to our roster and showcased more exceptional work. And everywhere we looked we saw the art and design community flourishing. Cheers to all the artists, designers, and clients who make us look good. Their creativity and diligent work build a better and brighter world. Below are a few of our favorite projects from this past year. Imagine what 2016 will bring. Curated by Michelle Bello at Sloan Miyasato Fine Art, 2 Henry Adams Street, San Francisco. Inquiries: Tommy Talbot (415) 431-1465 tommyt@sloanm.com Read more here: http://goo.gl/WURaaK
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