PREVIEW: Crucible, A Collaborative Exhibit

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A new art gallery, Mirus – is launching their inaugural show in San Francisco with a great combo of artists. Aptly titled Crucible features collaborative works by Damon Soule, David Choong Lee, Mars-1, Nome Edonna and Oliver Vernon. All great artists in their own right, Eclectix has posted about most of their individual works in the past years. Together they’ve formed impressive visions of abstracted and swirling mind scapes. Like hallucinations – they invade your eye, full of movement, dreamlike images and suggestions of shapes. Easy to get lost in and wonderful to jump into.

About the top image- “The centerpiece for Crucible is an eponymously titled collaborative work, a 7 x 16 foot canvas created over the course of one week spent in the Black Rock Desert. Compositionally complex, with intricate shapes and geometric patterning that resonate virtuosity. While the painting is ultimately an abstracted work comprised of line, color and form, these fundamental visual elements pulse and contract creating a dimensionality that evokes representational elements of the natural world such as space, movement and depth. ” Via Mirus Gallery

Some of the images shared here are works in progress – to see the finished puppies you will need to visit this promising show.

EXHIBITION DATES: NOV. 10 – DEC. 1ST

Opening: Nov. 10th, 6- 10 PM

MIRUS GALLERY, 540 HOWARD STREET, SAN FRANCISCO, CA

 

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