Opening Reception: October 2nd 2015 | 5pm-Late (Through Oct 31st)
w/ DJ Spaziale, Disco Dianna & Miss Iggy
Alec Huxley is a San Francisco based artist focusing primarily on representational paintings, anchored by haunting land and cityscapes definitively of the American West Coast and the ghostly remnants of it’s historic migration.
These cinematic backdrops serve as theater for wild animals, space travelers and other drifting, masked figures as well as imperfect records of place, time and architecture.
For this exhibit Alec also brings forth his experience as a photographer to explore similar narrative scenes in a medium already solidified and intertwined with his painting practice. Sculptural work related to the exploration of these archetypal narratives, some used in the commission of the paintings and photos, will also be on display.
Alec is self taught painter with experience in printing, graphic design and photography.
David Lyle attended the University of California at Santa Barbara’s College of Creative Studies. His work has been exhibited in San Francisco, Los Angeles, Laguna Beach, CA, in France and Japan and has also been featured in publications such as New York Magazine, Modern Painter, New American Paintings, American Artist, Hi-Fructose, Proximity Magazine and Coast Magazine.