Gallery: Environmental Art at Swarm Gallery, San Francisco


If you’re in the Bay Area and want to catch a glimpse of some on-point environmental artwork, head out to Swarm Gallery this weekend (hey, the Bay Bridge is back open, right?). On display at the gallery, until tomorrow (Sunday, September 13th), are works from Josh Keyes, whose surreal paintings you might have seen gracing the parking structure next to the Dean Lesher Center for the Arts in Walnut Creek, and Vaughn Bell, a Seattle-based artist who is hilarious, by which I mean you can stick your head in a box full of plants.

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  1. fireproofsoul25 September 12, 2009 at 9:05 pm

    This exhibit was at MASS MoCA as of last year. It was one of the more inspirational pieces at the exhibit and definitely helped push my art to find different meaning.

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