FULL CIRCLE, a duo exhibition by Dianne Hoffman & Su Evers May 7th – July 5th, 2019, opening reception to be held Saturday, May 11th from 5 – 7pm. Artist Talk and ArtSpan Mixer: Thursday, May 30th 6-8pm.
San Francisco artists Dianne Hoffman and Su Evers explore through mixed media the ebbs and flows of an evolving relationship. Using found objects, reclaimed wood and manipulated photography, they collectively take the viewer on a symbolic, personal journey from admiration to crush, passion to collaboration, trials to resolution, heartbreak to healing and then back around to an unwavering alliance of friendship.
Dianne Hoffman creates dimensional vignettes of allegories by linking organic objects with industrial and figurative remnants and combines complementary muted color schemes to harmonize dissimilar media. She was born and raised in the suburbs of Southern California and moved north to become a resident of San Francisco in 1988. The City by the Bay, with its loving embrace of everything extraordinary and endless resource of possibilities, came to cultivate and nurture her creative impulses. She has been a full time assemblage artist of salvaged and repurposed components since 2010 with work found in collections worldwide.
Su Evers is drawn to the worn and deteriorating elements of weathered wood, rusty nails, found objects and trampled on paper discovered on the streets of San Francisco. For this series she has assembled photographic digital frescos and printed photographs combined with found elements to capture a poetic depth of nostalgic fluidity. Su has lived and worked in San Francisco for the past thirty years and is currently creating art in a barn in Woodside.
FULL CIRCLE will open with its reception Saturday May 11th , complete with light refreshments. The event is free, please join us for this great show! Once open, the gallery is open for viewing and purchase everyday, from 9am -4:30pm. There will also be an artist talk and ArtSpan Mixer on Thursday, May 30th from 6-8pm.
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I love these very fascinating and wonderfully crafted ideas, but if I took wood into my home, the cat will believe it’s open for all and use it as a scratching post lol.