"Small(ish) Treasures" group show now on view at Nancy Toomey Fine Art

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"Small(ish) Treasures" group show now on view at Nancy Toomey Fine Art
Andy Harper, Double Slit, 2010, oil on canvas, 17.75 x 21.75 inches.

SAN FRANCISCO, CALIF.- Nancy Toomey Fine Art is currently conducting a group exhibition titled "Small(ish) Treasures" that has been on view from November 17, 2022, and will continue to January 3, 2023, with works by Miya Ando, Jud Bergeron, Casper Brindle, Claire Burbridge, Eric Butcher, Brian Dettmer, Peter Halasz, Andy Harper, Keira Kotler, Chris Natrop, Damian O’Brien, Maria Park, Ruth Pastine, Mark Perlman, Matthew Picton, Gregg Renfrow, Michael Russell, Robert Sagerman, Carole Silverstein, Gilles Teboul, Audrey Tulimiero Welch, and Suzan Woodruff.

"Small(ish) Treasures" is a collection of works from Nancy Toomey Fine Art’s roster of artists, highlighting pieces by individuals with new connections to the gallery, as well as others with long-standing relationships. These artists explore materiality, concept, and technique in a variety of mediums, with their own stories and perspectives. Color, texture, and form come together in these small formats, translating the enormity of our world into a relatable, joyful scale. The gallery is set up as a kind of meeting ground and place for visual conversation, engaging a multitude of styles and observations. Life experience, imagination, identity, and experimentation are some of the themes that unite this exhibition, hopefully inspiring to both the audience and the artists.

Nancy Toomey Fine Art is a venue for established and emerging artists whose work exemplifies the innovation of contemporary art while advancing the standards of its quality.

Some of the gallary's past exhibitions include: Lyndi Sales "(Un)Known Realms", "Some Really Great Things" Group Show, Audrey Tulimiero Welch "Songlines", Maria Park “Present Matter”, Matthew Picton “The Age of Kali”, Carole Silverstein “she wears her potency as ornaments (the garden)”, Chris Natrop “In the Fold”, “Quiet Summer” Group Show, Claire Burbridge “Here and in Between”, Rodney Ewing & Tahiti Pehrson “What Kind of Cool (Will We Think of Next)”, Jud Bergeron “New Morning”, Casper Brindle “Recent Work”, Miya Ando “Equanimity (Meditations)”, Gregg Renfrow “Closer to the Water”, Beauty in Lockdown, Michael Russell “Breeze Shapes”, Andy Harper “What remains to be said”, Mark Perlman “Lost and Found”, Lyndi Sales “Brighter Than the Sun”, Brian Dettmer “Elegies”, Ray Turner “Subject”, Peter Halasz “Fall into the Half Light”, Carole Silverstein “our mingling spirits”, Casper Brindle “Chromatic Flux”, Gilles Teboul “Gravity”, Monica Lundy “Deviance – Women in the Asylum During the Fascist Regime”, “Summer” Group Show, among many others since 1916.

The gallery is located inside San Francisco’s Minnesota Street Project, 1275 Minnesota Street. Gallery hours are Thursdays, Fridays, Saturdays, 12pm to 4pm, and by appointment–please contact nancy@nancytoomeyfineart.com or 415-307-9038.

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