Tom Sandonato: “Passages”
Mar 4 — Apr 29, 2017
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March 4 to April 29, 2017
On view in Themes+Projects gallery
Artist Reception March 4, 6-8pm
For our spring exhibition, Themes+Projects gallery presents “Passages” by Tom Sandonato. Sandonato’s work explores the space between painting and sculpture. His mixed media pieces are painted on a variety of materials from simple cardboard, Masonite, plexi-glass, to hot rolled steel. Consistent in his work, is the desire to see beyond the two dimensionality of the painted surface to the nuances of what lies within. His methods include scratching and sanding through various layers of pigment, all within the confines of the grid. Pieces in the exhibition range in scale from 36”X 24” to 96” X 96.”
Tom Sandonato, also known as the co-creator of kitHAUS, an ecofriendly pre-fabricated modular building unit, is a designer, builder, and artist living and working in Los Angeles. Born in New Jersey, Tom attended Ramapo College where he studied painting with Johanna Poussette Dart, McCarther Binion and sculpture with Jay Wholley.
Themes+Projects, formally modernbook gallery, specializes in innovative and contemporary fine art. Themes+Projects is located inside the Minnesota Street Project, which houses ten art galleries with three additional rotating spaces. An art walk takes place the first Saturday of each month from 6-8pm. The month of March marks the one year anniversary of The Minnesota Street Project opening in San Francisco’s historic Dogpatch district.
Gallery days of operation: Tuesday-Saturday, 11am-5pm