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An Marin Society of Artists Member Exhibition
March 12, 2021 through April 30, 2021
Virtual ZOOM Reception Sunday, March 21, 2021 at 5:00 p.m. PDT
Juror for prizes: The Artist Hines
I was born and raised in New York City. I began as a pencil artist producing meticulous figurative and surrealistic renderings on paper. In 1994 while living in Atlanta Georgia I began exploring oil painting resulting in the creation of my figurative and erotic surrealistic works on canvas. In 2001 my work shifted towards abstraction, inspired by my need for greater expression and my study of the New York school of abstract expressionism.
In 2003 I moved to the San Francisco Bay area and began regularly exhibiting my abstract works. 2012 marked my return to representational painting with works that displayed my love of the figure and need for eclectic allegorical expression.
The foundation for my work, whether representational or abstract, has always been beauty. Beauty is a state of mind that can be seen everywhere and in anything; the curve of a figure, the surface of an object or a bold stroke of color. Fluctuating between abstraction and realism allows me the full expression of my talents but also philosophical and aesthetic expression as well. Abstraction provides the opportunity for my artistic improvisation on canvas while representational painting allows me to focus on the more academic traditional disciplines of painting. Both forums help embrace and express my personal philosophies on life and love.
Hines teaches Mastering Acrylic Painting every Tuesday at Riley Street Art Supplies in San Rafael. He also teaches drawing and painting at San Quentin Prison through the William James Association. Hines is the former President and Treasurer of The Artists Guild of San Francisco. Hines lives in Sausalito, California with his wife Dinene and son Emmett.
a Juried Fine Arts National Exhibition
March 1 through May 1, 2021
Juror: KIM EAGLES-SMITH, Kim Eagles-Smith Gallery
Kim Eagles-Smith studied art history as an under graduate at Arizona State University and Northern Arizona University and later did graduate work at the University of California.
Beginning in the 1970s he worked at various San Francisco art galleries first as an intern and eventually gallery director before opening his own gallery in San Francisco in 1997 at 49 Geary St.
After twenty-three years he moved to his current location in Downtown Mill Valley. CA.
Kim represents a roster of established artists from both the Bay Area and New York working in painting and sculpture. Kim also curates exhibitions of art historical movements such as Abstract Expressionism, and the San Francisco Bay Area Figurative Movement, and actively buys and sells works of Modern and contemporary art in all media.