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Susan Danis: "Celebrating the Universe" at Artzone 461  |  Art Ltd. Magazine | DeWitt Cheng | September 1, 2010

Surrealism extolled the imaginative transformation of found objects ... East Bay artist Susan Danis continues that tradition, transforming anonymous materials into strange and funny objets d'art.  An intrepid scavenger, Danis forages in thrift stores and hardware stores for socks, shoes, dentures, toys, garters, feather boas, dolls, rope, hearing-aid cord, shoelaces, and parakeet bells; and in nature (as well as specialized shops) for amber, coral, barnacles, feathers, horns, claws, pearls, teeth, fish vertebrae, human and animal hair, and the odd freeze-dried mole ... 
                                                                                                     read more  >http://www.artltdmag.com/index.php?subaction=showfull&id=1283537175&archive=&start_from=&ucat=32&

Luggage Store "Rehistoricizing" | San Francisco Chronicle | Kenneth Baker | July 3, 2010

Regard "Rehistoricizing Abstract Expressionism in the San Francisco Bay Area, 1950s-1960s" at the Luggage Store as a sketch for the exhibition it purports to be.  Fuzzy on factual details and time frame, it nevertheless assembles works not easy to see together anywhere else: drawings by Jay DeFeo, a knockout 1961 painting by the recently deceased Deborah Remington, an early work by Cornelia Schulz, an outstanding recent one by José Ramón Lerma and much else.                                                                
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Who's your Dada now? | Mercury News | Sal Pizarro | September 24, 2010

"The Seduction of Duchamp," the new exhibition at the Los Gatos Art Museum, provides a look at the Dadaist artist through the work of three dozen Bay Area artists.  Best of all, two Duchamp drawings, from 1910 and 1915, are part of the show.  Both this exhibition, first shown at San Francisco's ArtZone 461 Gallery, and a parallel one on Duchamp's life at the Los Gatos History Museum run through Oct. 22.                                                            
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Don't Miss AQUA: Art on Water at ArtZone 461 Gallery in the Mission | Examiner & Associated Content | V. Williamson | October 06, 2010

This is an interesting exhibit in that it doesn't feature one artist, one form of media, one time period or one style. The binding characteristic here, of course, is water and fluidity. From the historical to the contemporary, oil paintings to wood cuts, you'll see artists reference water in all its many forms.                                                                                       read more  >http://www.associatedcontent.com/article/5866220/dont_miss_aqua_art_on_water_at_artzone.html?cat=8

ArtZone 461 Gallery: Keith Gaspari, Heidi McDowell, Brian Tepper | ArtBusiness.com | Alan Bamberger | July 24, 2010

Uninhibited electric pencil drawings by Keith Gaspari; precise professional serpentine woodworks by Brian Tepper; capable expansive landscapes, skyscapes and industrial scenes sourced with exactitude from photographs by Heidi McDowell.                                                                       read more  >http://www.artbusiness.com/1open/072410.html

ArtZone 461 Gallery: AQUA Art on Water | ArtBusiness.com | RWM | September 19, 2010

The variety of approaches to capturing water here leaves one with the impression that so many perspective are possible, one cannot help but define their personal experience and sensation. Water moves us in so many ways. As a resource, we are codependent.                  read more  >http://www.artbusiness.com/1open/091810.html

ArtZone 461 Gallery: Terry Thompson - Urban Signs | ArtBusiness.com | RWM | December 18, 2010

...the impressive paintings of Terry Thompson. He evokes the past in his paintings of commercial signs that still survive from a bygone era. You may well remember different times here. The signs depicted were art objects themselves when constructed, showcasing neon lights and stylish designs. Marvel at their commemoration expressed in these paintings.  read more  >                   http://www.artbusiness.com/1open/121810.html

ArtZone’s Fabulous Floating Spiral Tree | 2 KTVU.com | December 12, 2010

For this original Holiday Tree; consummate, imaginative recycler Steven Lopez repurposed two found hoops of white 1/2” PVC tubing to create a double helix that makes up the Tree structure. The Tree is layered in same-colored ornaments, almost like a cake.  It stands 8 feet tall as it floats 2.5 feet above the floor.               read more  >http://my.ktvu.com/_artzone461-has-tagged-ArtZones-Fabulous-Floating-Spiral-Tree/PHOTO/11971427/6704.html

ArtZone 461 Gallery: Randy Beckelheimer - Wider Views of Urban San Francisco | ArtBusiness.com | RWM | January 22, 2011

Interesting exploration of place by Randy Beckelheimer... One finds here the city landscape captured when the time is right-- old buildings with history. Beautiful yet solemn presentation of the San Francisco shipping yards, but beautiful sunsets either way...These portrayals of place remind us of the variability of experience and expectations. read more  >http://www.artbusiness.com/1open/012211.html
In Beckelheimer’s poetic paintings, the artist offsets the ghostly and apocalyptic landscape of the abandoned shipyard with his depictions of the beautiful light. In the spirit of the Venetian Renaissance painters he creates a soft atmospheric rendering of the shipyard by painting wet into wet oil paint, creating layers of transparent glazes.                 read more  >http://www.artpractical.com/review/wider_views_of_urban_san_francisco/
Geography Lessons: Wider Views of Urban San Francisco | ArtPractical.com | Lani Asher | February 11, 2011http://www.artpractical.com/review/wider_views_of_urban_san_francisco/

A Modernist Proposal at Craft and Cultural Arts Gallery | East Bay Express | DeWitt Cheng | April 6, 2011

"Visions! omens! hallucinations! miracles! ecstasies! ... Dreams! adorations! illuminations! religions!" Artist Jos Sances quoted Allen Ginsberg's Beat anthem "Howl" in 2000 as a tribute to artist José Ramón Lerma for a show in San Francisco. Lerma's paintings and assemblages, now on view in Oakland, deserve the rhapsodies...   read more  >http://www.eastbayexpress.com/gyrobase/a-modernist-proposal-at-craft-and-cultural-arts-gallery/Content?oid=2561558

Strange Gifts:  Livia Stein and Susan Danis' yin-yang of artful unpredictability | bohemian.com | Kylie Mendonca | May 5, 2011

Both Danis and Stein share a penchant for eccentric fashion, bright colors and candid discourse, though their delivery is unique: Stein is the pragmatist; Danis, the fantasist. Stein's work is color, imagery—brushstrokes fixed to canvas; Danis' sculptures seem to have their own gravity, as if they had spontaneously materialized...   read more  >http://www.bohemian.com/bohemian/05.25.11/arts-1121.html

ArtZone 461 Gallery: Noah Phyllis Levin | ArtBusiness.com | RWM | May 7, 2011

Enjoy a relaxing break here in these pleasant waters brought to life by Phyllis Levin, on display in the side gallery... Captured here is the relaxing stillness of pools elsewhere, evoking the longing for fun that one may have in their warm summer waters..   read more  >http://www.artbusiness.com/1open/050711.html

ArtZone 461: Nicholas Coley - Painting Around the Bay | ArtBusiness.com | DeWitt Cheng | June 19, 2010

Nicholas Coley, trained in France, makes dynamic landscape paintings that combine Impressionism, Post-Impressionism and Bay Area figuration, so his "Painting Around the Bay" seems almost an extension of the Orsay Impressionism show currently at the de Young.                                                                 
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Outlandish at the Bedford Gallery  | Walnut Creek Patch | Carrie Lederer | June 10, 2011

This national juried exhibition, looks at landscape from all vantage points and all media, including painting, sculpture, photography, video, and mixed media. From the micro to the macro, entries can explore a tiny spec of garden to a global view...   read more  >http://walnutcreek.patch.com/articles/outlandish-at-the-bedford-gallery
As a child, Christopher Brown drew sketches of soldiers and birds, and his family encouraged his talent.  Today he is a well-known and respected Bay Area painter who is highly collected. He also teaches at the California College of the Arts and is a former chair of the painting department at UC Berkeley...   In its third year on Valencia Street, ArtZone461 is dedicated to promoting local artists, particularly oil painters and sculptors.
                                                                                                     read more  >http://www.nobhillgazette.com/wp/2011/07/on-the-cover-07-11/

On The Cover: Swimming by Christopher Brown | NobHill Gazette |

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San Francisco Area Event Picks for Jan. 18 – 24, 2011 | Madeinslant.com | by Eyeswoon  |  Jan. 18, 2011

Saturday, Jan. 20 Event: Randy Beckelheimer: Wider Views Of Urban San Francisco, Opening Reception ....                     read more  >http://www.madeinslant.com/2011/01/san-francisco-area-event-picks-for-jan18-%E2%80%93-jan24-2011/

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