A three-person show featuring new works from Dave Correia, Caitlin Hackett and Robert Bowen.
of new paintings and drawings chronicling 3 different nightmarish
worlds seamlessly interacting with one another amongst their cold
colors, distorted anatomy, expressive brush strokes
and grotesquely accurate details.
With their inhabitants ranging from demonic and supernatural to mechanic
and animalistic, these haunting worlds are created by Dave Correia,
Robert Bowen and Caitlin Hackett.
In The Garden, collaborative work by Caitlin Hackett, Dave Correia & Robert Bowen, acrylic on panel, 2014
New solo and collaborative paintings
featuring Martin Stensaas and the Oyster Pirates group (Sri Whipple,
Jason Wheatley/TiKu, and Christian Michael), as well as new
collaborative paintings with Sunny Strasburgand Benjamin Wiemeyer.
Chimera Progenitor, 2014
These works explore a mythic zone
populated by dreamlike animals and figures. The mashup of styles by
these artists working together in tag-team fashion evokes a thick,
sensual, and morphing atmosphere. Vivid otherworldly colors
and glazed luminous shapes congeal into the forms of mythic flora and
Browse our gallery: www.BashContemporary.com
210 Golden Gate Avenue
San Francisco, CA 94102 415-926-8573
First Thursdays until 9PM
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Artwalk July 10th
In honor of the Independence Day Holiday the LowerPolk/TL Art Walk will not be on July's 1st Thursday, insead we look forward to seeing you on "2nd Thursday", July 10th from 6-9PM.
Goodbye Dear Friend
Our most sincere condolences to the family and friends of
Shell Thomas. Our thoughts and prayers are with you in this difficult time.
Thank you SF Art Enthusiast!
Big thank you to SF Art Enthusiast's Monique Delaunay for the awesome write up!
"An unmerciful world filled with anatomically distorted creatures
fashioned with surreal coloring in astonishingly accurate detail: “Dark
Matters” now on view at Bash Contemporary includes new paintings and
drawings depicting three unique views of equally
horrifying worlds by Bay Area artists Dave Correia, Caitlin Hackett and
Robert Bowen. Ranging from demonic and supernatural to the macabre and
mechanical articulated creatures, the artworks’ haunting worlds,
terrifying creatures made of complete fantasy and
myth surprisingly reveal much about our own world and portray a
metaphorical means in which many people live and the convoluted
relationships with nature exist in the contemporary age." - Monique