Lady Saphire and Solis in person at the Reclaimed Room exhibition space tonight from 6-8pm to revel in their recent installation!
Join us at 701 Amador Street for snacks and drinks on the house and a chance to meet and mingle with our current featured artists!
Get some insight on her process by viewing her profile video below!
Solis with Curator Soumyaa Behrens
Learn more about Solis through his artist video below!
Both artists, in their own ways, create new spaces of engagement through their individual art works and compliment one another quite gracefully.
Lady Saphire reinvents the world through works made from melted plastics, resins and trash remnants that are unusually striking and oddly familiar.
Solis invites us into the graphic universe of Wildewood, where characters made from reclaimed materials spring to life and provoke questions of togetherness, tolerance and utopian ideals.
This show delves into the other worlds that exist right before our eyes and these artists bring those alternative cosmos-es to life in our next show.
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The LIVING Show opens tomorrow night!!
Style & Sustainability with Samuel Fleming Lewis & Tony Hurd
701 Amador Street, SF 94124
Opening Reception: Nov 14th, 5-8pm, FREE
On display: Nov 14th – Jan 14th
Get to know our artists better by checking out their profile videos and meet them in person Thursday night at our opening reception. This show transforms our space into our most ambitious display to date.
Samuel Fleming Lewis
Samuel Fleming Lewis is part of the design team at InStudio located on the port of San Francisco. He will be exhibiting some of his more personal works as part of the Reclaimed Room’s next installation, The LIVING Show-Style & Sustainability. Lewis reconfigures remnants of his past into artwork for the future. He demonstrates incredible style and engages deeply with sustainable art practices, recycling broken mirrors, repurposing old media like Ebony and Interview magazines, and finding new life for leftover work products like furniture and architecture hand drawings and photographs remade into lanterns, mirrors and other unique designs. Delve further into his process and personality by viewing our latest artist profile video.
Tony Hurd is a master builder. His extraordinary talents explore reuse in dynamic and intuitive ways. This exhibit brings forth his innovative living pod solutions, fanciful beehives and metal art that reflects serenity and family in vivacious ways. Prepare for some surprises, too. Hurd is a tornado of a artist and often whipping things together in his mind, body and soul. He also invites you to physically engage with his work, sit, sand, relax and unwind within the pieces to truly appreciate this artist’s works. See Hurd in action and some of the pieces that could not possibly fit in our venue in his artist profile video.
Reclaimed Room for Environmental Arts opens a new show on September 12. Stop by from 5-8pm for refreshments and a celebration with Fusions artists Roland Blandy and Reddy Lieb in person. I spent time with each of them in their studios and workspaces to learn more about how they create their pieces and what inspires them. These profiles give you to opportunity to learn more about the deep relationship between the artist and his or her medium and the process that ensues to create this work. Both artists begin with the deconstruction process (sometimes just plain destruction) and revive their materials with new life. From glass works to funky creatures, repurposed furniture and animated driftwood, this show promises to engage the senses and mind.
VIDEO: ROLAND BLANDY
VIDEO: REDDY LIEB