IS: Fine Art & Design has been christened by San Francisco artist David King. Thanks to everyone who attended the very first Friday of the month event. What a success! For this highly anticipated showing, we chose to curate a show that represents the evolution of David's work.
David King’s work explores his profound interest in the metaphysical – the underlying or fundamental interconnectedness of things. In his abstract work, it is difficult to determine if the forms are to be read a microcosmic or macrocosmic; are we looking at a cell cluster or a planetary body? His narrative pieces are created to be visually beautiful, intellectually stimulating, and sometimes humorous. All of his collages are constructed in the traditional, cut-and-paste method and have an obsessive attention to detail.
David’s work has been shown in Europe and across the U.S., including venues such as Artist’s Space in New York, The Soap Factory in Minneapolis and Yerba Buena Center for the Arts, and The Lab in San Francisco. In addition to the Lucid Arts Foundation, he has been the artist-in-residence at the San Francisco Dump, and at Ucross and Jentel, both in Wyoming. He is also the recipient of an artist’s grant from the Pollock-Krasner Foundation.
We are very excited to present more from David, and will continue with another first Friday in his honor on Friday, March 3, 2017.
If you missed the opening, the show will be on view until the end of March. We'd love to see you!
We Are Open:
Tuesday ~ Saturday 10AM to 6PM Sunday Noon ~ 5PM Closed Monday