Eric Rewitzer & Annie Galvin | 3 Fish StudiosOpening Reception: Friday, May 3rd, 2019 | 5-11pm (Through June 29th)
11 Minna Gallery Presents
AMANDALYNN + LADY MAGS
Opening Reception: Friday, JULY 12th, 2019 | 5-11pm
Through August 29th
Alynn-Mags are very proud to present ‘Lullaby’, a fine art exhibit, debuting at 111 Minna Gallery in San Francisco, CA, opening Friday, July 12th, 2019. By definition, the word Lullaby refers to a soothing song or piece of music that is played for children. Lullabies are also often used to develop communication skills and emotional intent. Amandalynn was inspired by a beautiful Lullaby written by her friend, Phyllis Whitney and sung by the very talented Venetia P. The simple yet meaningful words and melody of this particular Lullaby evoke an emotion of peace and connectedness to everyone. For Amandalynn, that is something that she also hopes to achieve with her new series of work for this exhibition. She shared this Lullaby with Lady Mags, and together the duo has been dreaming up a visual display of artwork intended to inspire and ease the viewer, just as the perfect Lullaby can soothe one’s inner child.
“Science is Real” by Pamela Davis Kivelson (Oil on Linen)
Her public art, consisting of sculpture, paintings, and photos, remain on permanent display at Stanford University where she was artist in residence for five years and is currently a lecturer in the design program.
“Sarah Tavel” by Pamela Davis Kivelson (Oil on Linen)
“Paris Chooses Life” by Pamela Davis Kivelson (Oil on Linen)
“Resilience” by Pamela Davis Kivelson (Oil on Linen)
A Guy Colwell Retrospect Show | 1990’s to Present
“This artwork is outward looking. Confronting the world as it is and engaging in public discourse about it, are more important than exposing the inner self or producing beautiful spots of color to decorate walls. It is artwork that looks at the human world as we find it now in the early 21st century. It is artwork that looks at the natural world as it is, threatened and threatening. And, at its crucial heart, this artwork is an exploration of the relationship, or more precisely, the alienation that exists between these two worlds. These pictures from the early 1990’s until the present should each be read as an essay about the state of life from the perspective of one big primate at this moment in time.” – Guy Colwell