The Third Dimension: Four Sculptors
The Third Dimension: Four Sculptors opens with a reception on Thursday, September 4 from 4-6, and will be on view through Sunday, October 12, 2014. The Third Dimension: Four Sculptors features the work Shawn HibmaCronan, Walter Robinson, Chris Thorson, and Ann Weber.
The Third Dimension takes this opportunity to explore a spectrum of sculptural works by four emerging and established artists from the Bay Area and New Mexico. Shawn HibmaCronan creates large-scale, moving sculpture from wood, steel, and reclaimed objects intended to engage the viewer and spark conversation; Walter Robinson works in a range of materials—wood, epoxy, metal, and found materials—to hand-fabricate and assemble objects that investigate the mechanics of cultural and social anthropology; Chris Thorson’s work tricks the eye with her trompe l’oeil recreations of common—and often overlooked—objects such as cigarette butts, gloves, and remote controls meticulously crafted by hand in; and Ann Weber fabricates monumental and elegant abstract sculpture from cardboard in an engaging hybrid of craft and high art.
Float and Sting, 2010
found cardboard, staples, pvc pipe, sparvarnish
115 x 24 x 23” and 119 x 33 x 37”
Courtesy Dolby Chadwick Gallery, San Francisco
Escape Vehicle, 2007
desk components, steel, wheels
48 x 36 x 30”