KALEID gallery presents featured exhibits by Michelle Waters and Gianfranco Paolozzi March 7th – 28th.
Animal Insurrection by Michelle Waters
Michelle Waters paintingsâ€™ use sardonic humor to portray what might occur if animals were able to reclaim their despoiled habitat from industrial civilization. Scenes depicted include Arctic wildlife laying waste to a Hummer dealership, a mountain lion with an acetylene torch decommissioning a bulldozer and animals tearing down billboards for housing developments.
Michelle will also be participating in Yelling at Your Environment at Harrington Arts at 870 Market St., #1049, San Francisco, March 1st through mid April.
Roundels by Gianfranco Paolozzi
I was looking in the recycle container full of paper from flexo presses.
That’s when I felt the passion again: round surfaces screaming to be used.
I looked at them changing on the floor of my studio.
I had to use my marks, my moments on the surfaces as a sign of me being there.
That’s when the roundels were born.
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