“Small(ish) Treasures” Group Show

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“Small(ish) Treasures” Group Show

Nov 17 — Jan 3, 2023

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EXHIBITION DATES
November 17, 2022, to January 3, 2023

NANCY TOOMEY FINE ART
1275 Minnesota Street, San Francisco

Nancy Toomey Fine Art is pleased to announce a group exhibition titled Small(ish) Treasures on view from November 17, 2022, to January 3, 2023, with works by Miya Ando, Jud Bergeron, Casper Brindle, Claire Burbridge, Eric Butcher, Brian Dettmer, Peter Halasz, Andy Harper, Keira Kotler, Chris Natrop, Damian O’Brien, Maria Park, Ruth Pastine, Mark Perlman, Matthew Picton, Gregg Renfrow, Michael Russell, Robert Sagerman, Carole Silverstein, Gilles Teboul, Audrey Tulimiero Welch, and Suzan Woodruff.
The gallery is located inside San Francisco’s Minnesota Street Project, 1275 Minnesota Street. Gallery hours are Thursdays, Fridays, Saturdays, 12pm to 4pm, and by appointment–please contact nancy@nancytoomeyfineart.com or 415-307-9038.
The public is invited to the exhibition reception at the gallery on Saturday, December 3, from 4pm to 6pm.
Image above: Robert Sagerman, 3,221, 2022 (detail view)
Silicone and pigment on paper, 28 x 16 inches (framed)

 

Claire Burbridge, Abstract in Nature 2, 2022 (detail view)
Pen and ink on Arches paper, 22 x 16 inches (framed)

Small(ish) Treasures is a collection of works from Nancy Toomey Fine Art’s roster of artists, highlighting pieces by individuals with new connections to the gallery, as well as others with long-standing relationships. These artists explore materiality, concept, and technique in a variety of mediums, with their own stories and perspectives. Color, texture, and form come together in these small formats, translating the enormity of our world into a relatable, joyful scale. The gallery is set up as a kind of meeting ground and place for visual conversation, engaging a multitude of styles and observations. Life experience, imagination, identity, and experimentation are some of the themes that unite this exhibition, hopefully inspiring to both the audience and the artists.

 

Miya Ando
Green Purple Shift Moon 5.19.2.1, 2019
Pigment, urethane, resin, stainless steel
24 x 24 inches

 

Jud Bergeron
Hey Aardvark, 2022
Cast bronze and stainless steel
Unique
15.5 x 13 x 9 inches

 

Casper Brindle
Light Glyph 1, 2022
Pigmented acrylic
23 inches x 10 inches

 

Claire Burbridge
Abstract in Nature 2, 2022
Pen and ink on Arches paper
22 x 16 inches

 

Eric Butcher
P/R 802, 2018
Graphite, acrylic and acrylic gel on aluminum
9.6 x 15.7 inches

 

Brian Dettmer
The New March of Democracy, 2015
Hardcover book, acrylic varnish
9 x 7 x 3 inches

 

Peter Halasz
Dark Star I, 2018
Oil on panel
14 x 11 inches

 

Andy Harper
Double Slit, 2010
Oil on canvas
17.75 x 21.75

 

Keira Kotler
Violet Meditation [I Look for Light], 2011
Urethane, pigment, and varnish on acrylic
18 x 18 inches

 

Chris Natrop
Strong Emergence 2, 2022
Acrylic on paper
26.75 x 20.75 inches

 

Damian O’Brien
Untitled (after Watteau and Goldin), 2009-2011
Oil on panel
20 x 13.5 inches

 

Maria Park
Cover 3, 2013
Acrylic reverse painted on glass
9 x 11 inches (framed)

 

Ruth Pastine
Depths, Red 3, 2020
Oil on paper
30 x 22 inches

 

Mark Perlman
Peak, 2022
Encaustic on panel
12 x 12 inches

 

Matthew Picton
Nosferatu, 2019
Altered archival pigment print
22 x 18 inches (framed)

 

Gregg Renfrow
When You Have but a Glimmer, 2022
Polymer, pigment on cast acrylic
20 x 18.25 inches

 

Michael Russell
Untitled 51, 2019
Ink and graphite on paper
9.625 x 11.625 inches (framed)

 

Robert Sagerman
3,221, 2022
Silicone and pigment on paper
28 x 16 inches (framed)

 

Carole Silverstein
Flower Prayer (kundalini coil), 2021
Colored pencil, watercolor, and salt on watercolor paper
12.75 x 9.75 inches (framed)

 

Gilles Teboul
Untitled 2410, 2018
Acrylic and resin on canvas
19.7 x 15.7 inches

 

Audrey Tulimiero Welch
Dervish 4, 2021
Acrylic and flashe on paper
25 x 21 inches (framed)

 

Suzan Woodruff
Little Green Echo II, 2014
Acrylic on panel
12 x 12 inches

Jud Bergeron, "Hey Aardvark," 2022, cast bronze and stainless steel, unique, 15.5 x 13 x 9 inches