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Current · Exhibition Series

Resonance In Light

Aaron Taylor Kuffner, John Taylor, Mark C. Slee, Joseph Martin, Pitaya, Luminous Waveforms

January 6th - March 27th
By appointment Weds-Sat 12-5pm

Heron Arts is pleased to present the third iteration of Resonance in Light, again with a mix of new and returning artists. Resonance in Light is exploration of sound and light through The Gamelatron Project by Aaron Taylor Kuffner, with returning artists JoeJoe Martin, John Taylor and Mark C. Slee. This year we are excited to welcome French light artists Pitaya to the roster, as well as Luminous Waveforms, the collaborative art practice of Phil Spitler and Victoria Mara Heilweil.

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In Review · Exhibition Series

IMAGO

Adam Caldwell

Saturday November 18th, 6-9pm
Artist talk Thursday December 14th 5-8pm
By appointment thru December 16th

Heron Arts is pleased to announce a new solo exhibition by Adam Caldwell, a queer conceptual painter based in San Francisco. The opening reception for IMAGO is Saturday, November 18th, 2023 from 6-9pm, where the artist will be in attendance. The exhibition is free and open to the public until December 16th by appointment only.

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The Love Eater

JP Morrison Lans

Saturday September 9th, 6-9pm
Open Thursday October 5th 6-9pm
By appointment thru October 7th

Heron Arts is pleased to announce a new solo exhibition by JP Morrison Lans, a mixed media encaustic artist from Tulsa, Oklahoma. The opening reception for The Love Eater is Saturday, September 9th, 2023 from 6-9pm, where the artist will be in attendance. The exhibition is free and open to the public until October 7th by appointment only.

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Carrion Blooms

Casey Curran

Saturday April 1st 6-9 pm
Closing reception Weds May 3rd 5-7pm
Open gallery hours Sat May 6th 12-4pm

Heron Arts is pleased to announce the solo exhibition Carrion Blooms from Seattle-based artist Casey Curran. Casey Curran's artwork is a mix of past and present, combining modern laser cut precision with medieval kinetic techniques. This series of work focuses on the intimate connection between the degeneration of the body and memory. The opening reception for Carrion Blooms is Saturday, April 1st, 2023 from 6-9pm. It is free and open to the public. The exhibition will be on view to the public until May 6th by appointment only.

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Phase Shift

Zai Divecha

Saturday February 25th 6-9 pm
By appointment through March 25
Closing Reception Thursday March 23rd 5-7pm

Heron Arts is pleased to announce the solo exhibition from San Francisco-based artist Zai Divecha. The show will feature new works from the artist’s latest series of paper sculptures alongside corresponding stop-motion videos of the sculptures. The opening reception for Phase Shift is Saturday, February 25th, 2023 from 6-9pm. It is free and open to the public. The exhibition will be on view to the public until March 25th, by appointment only.

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Tree no. 1

Thomas Jackson

June 22nd 2018

Heron Arts is pleased to announce "Tree no. 1," a new installation by Thomas Jackson. Expanding on ideas he has explored in his "Emergent Behavior" photographic series, Jackson's piece will juxtapose organic and manufactured materials to promote fresh perspectives on the complex balance between natural and manmade systems. The piece will feature a 15-foot "Sango-Kaku” (Coral Bark Japanese Maple) surrounded by floating LED grow lights and plastic take out containers. While Jackson frequently works with organic materials in outdoor settings, this will be the first time he has incorporated living flora into an indoor sculpture. The work presses the viewer not only to contemplate our dysfunctional relationship with the natural landscape, but also to envision a sustainable future in which natural and man-made systems are integrated and intertwined, and more resilient as a result. The exhibition will also feature a number of prints from the “Emergent Behavior” series.

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