111 Minna Gallery in San Francisco is psyched to announce their most up-to-date artwork exhibition—two solo shows—featuring Alec Huxley and Robert Bowen, two prolific Bay Place artists. Huxley’s Earlier mentioned It All and Bowen’s Blasphemous Nature will be on look at from August 18—October 7, 2022
With Above It All, Alec Huxley, 111 Minna mainstay and prolific Bay Place painter is back again with a brand new series of otherworldly pieces that includes his classic surreal depictions of animals and house-gear-clad figures roaming in the minimum most likely of locations.
Along with Alec, Robert Bowen’s hottest present at 111 Minna shares the title Blasphemous Character with his freshly declared ebook (pre-profits are even now obtainable!)—an apt description for his intricate depictions of mechanized and jewel-encrusted creatures.
About Alec Huxley
Alec Huxley (B. 1980) specializes in portray spacey desire states and wild animal encounters. Previous 111 Minna curator, Micah LeBrun notes, “Alec Huxley anchors this overall body of perform with his signature type of legendary and match-clad figures which appear to be to be suspended in between proportions or discuss to types consciousness slipping from fact to that of a lucid aspiration all the though traveling via and viewing these eventualities through the lens of a vintage room helmet. Conceptually, Alec’s subjects appear to be sourced from historical Americana and subcultures that exude a renegade ambience when remembered, like the beatnik movement or the whisky runners of the prohibition era. His potential to seamlessly overlap conceptual concepts, develop a related illusion like that of a locomotive resting on the ocean floor”
About Robert Bowen
Robert Bowen is a visible artist dependent in San Francisco, CA. He bought his commence in the graffiti and road art scene right before shifting to concentrate on great art. Bowen has exhibited his function all over the U.S. and overseas for about 20 decades. His work has been revealed at galleries and museums, together with the de Younger Museum, the Crocker Artwork Museum, 111 Minna Gallery, and Present day Eden Gallery.