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    Werewolf in the Wildflowers, 2/10, 2017

    Marta Hewett Gallery

It begins as a gooey lesion on his forehead. He reaches into the wound under his ripped skin, grimaces in agony, and pulls a bullet from his skull. The flesh begins to pulsate, throb, bubble, and turn a sickly gray; his eyes roll up in e

xquisite pain. Claws emerge from his fingertips, and a slimy mouth and nose thrust slowly, so slowly outward from the rest of his face, as sharp canine teeth burst through his gums.

Eddie Quist has transformed into a werewolf.


August 15, 2017

August 6th, 2017  |  Published in July/August 2017

For all the distance between them, Tony DeVarco and Mayako Nakamura have uncanny aesthetic affinities. Both revere the cycles and surprises of the natural environment; both attempt, in the same visual plane, to capture fluid forms and the emotions they evoke; both frame the viewer’s experience as a creative act rather than one of static reception. Whether working alone or together, the artists investigate apparent contradictions: the materiality of affect, the evanescence of solid...

June 17, 2017

Tony DeVarco: Mayako's Palette 2013 Archival digital print on paper w 24” x h 24” (102 x 102 mm)

June 9th - August 5th, 2017

Tony DeVarco (Santa Cruz, CA) and Mayako Nakamura (Tokyo, Japan) met in late 2013. After exchanging a few pieces, the two decided to work on a complementary series that would engage each of their unique styles. The exhibition will feature a selection from the artist’s latest series of collaborative work. In addition, the exhibition will include mixed media works by Nakamura and photomontages by DeVarco. This presentation wi...

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