Richard Stilwell’s Perdita Productions Gallery in Geyseville opens a new exhibit Saturday, March 31, of work by Oakland-based conceptual artist Randy Colosky. The opening reception runs from 5 to 9 p.m.
“Randy Colosky: Commissions from the Museum of Craft and Folk Art” will continue through May 27 at the gallery, 21025 Geyserville Ave.
The exhibit showcases works commissioned by curators Natasha Boas, former director of the Sonoma County Museum, and Jennifer McCabe for the exhibition ‘Fiat Lux’ at the San Francisco Museum of Craft and Folk Art.
Colosky’s show in the Geyserville gallery includes three major new sculptures in a range of media from monumental reclaimed redwood retaining timbers to engineered ceramic honeycomb blocks.
The display also features several drawings, a graphite rubbing, and a series of paintings made using brightly-colored synthetic rubber coatings.
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