The K Gallery @ the Rhythmix Culture Works has done it again! The sculpture exhibition that opened last night is a knockout!
September 14th–November 4th
photos by Styrous®
And, of course, there to greet all the arriving guests with delicious treats galore, many home made, was Rhythmix director, Janet Koike.
The Christian Schiess sculptures
Christian Schiess was recently awarded a 2018 Pollock-Krasner Foundation Grant. The Pollock-Krasner Foundation’s mission is to monetarily aid international individuals of recognized artistic merit, who have worked as professional artists over a significant period of time. The Foundation awards these grants annually to visual artists who are painters or sculptors. This is the second time Christian has been awarded this grant as a sculptor from the foundation. His work on display explores the interface between technology and nature that is revealed through prosthetic repairs to a damaged environment.
The Norman Moore sculptures (Fragments)
Norman Moore has recently been recommended for a Physical Public Art Award from the City of Alameda’s Art Commission to place two large columns in the entrance to Jean Sweeney Open Space Park. The surfaces of the columns will be rendered in mosaic and represent the ocean as the gateway to California. Norman’s previous commissions include a mosaic installation at the Prince Street Station of the New York City Subway System and a collaborative commission with Nancy Mizuno Elliott at the Castro Valley Library in California. Illustrations about the commission and wall hanging mosaics will be on display.
Ed Holmes checking out the work