GraySpace Gallery Shows

Posted on Jan 7 by SEASONS Magazine

Eric Reel, 2050 Hunan • acrylic on canvas 47 x 35+ inches [120 x 90 cm, on metric stretcher bars].

Eric Reel, 2050 Hunan • acrylic on canvas 47 x 35+ inches [120 x 90 cm, on metric stretcher bars].

Opening January 12 are two shows at GraySpace Gallery, featuring work by Erik ReeL and Dug Uyesaka. Both shows will remain on view through March 11, with an opening reception on January 12 from 5-8 p.m.

Erik ReeL

a solo show • “Beyond Fire and Smoke”
A selection of never before exhibited major paintings along with a selection of small painting studies by Erik ReeL. Having evacuated during the recent Thomas Fire, ReeL presents a group of images emphasizing hope and the richness of our perception. The show represents a further exploration of his inquiry into non-objective imagery and interest in cognitive processing.

Dug Uyesaka, Mid Century East • collage 6.75 x 8.5 inches.

Dug Uyesaka, Mid Century East • collage 6.75 x 8.5 inches.

Dug Uyesaka

in the GraySpace Annex • “Works on Paper”
“Bricoleur: a handyman who has a limited set of tools that he uses to solve any problem, and his way of thinking and working is… somewhere between scientific method and the magical method.”

—Claude Levi Strauss – The Savage Mind

“I work mainly in collage and assemblage, and just recently have been revisiting painting and printmaking. I am continually amazed and intrigued with how the marriage of often disparate scraps of paper and found objects can give form to that which is intangible—memory, dreams, faith, and wonder. I try to imbue my work with the reverent attitude of serious play done in a playfully serious way,”  says Dug Uyesaka.

GraySpace Gallery is located at 219 Gray Ave. in the Funk Zone. Open Friday, Saturday and Sunday from 1 – 6 p.m., for more information call 805/886-0552 or email info@grayspace.gallery.

 

 

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