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Ferris Plock’s Hunt and Gather

Ferris Plock has been down in the dumps these last four months. Literally. With a recent sold out show at the Shooting Gallery and the birth of a beautiful baby boy, Plock certainly hasn't had too much to be down about. To top all that off, Ferris opens his latest show, 'Hunt and Gather,' later this evening (Friday, January 21st) at the San Francisco city dump.

The result of a four month long Recology Artist residency program, Plock and fellow artist Suzanne Husky have been scavenging through the city's discards finding cast-off treasures in the figurative artistic goldmine. Plock's latest series of paintings, along with Suzanne's hand constructed mobile shelters make their debut tonight and will be on view only through tomorrow afternoon (Saturday, January 22nd). The work is excellent, the tacos are free and it's a great cause and program to support. Get a glimpse into the pieces that were made on site as well as a little tour by Mr. Plock himself, here on Hi-Fructose.

Ferris Plock and Suzanne Husky

Ferris Plock has been down in the dumps these last four months. Literally. With a recent sold out show at the Shooting Gallery and the birth of a beautiful baby boy, Plock certainly hasn’t had too much to be down about. To top all that off, Ferris opens his latest show, ‘Hunt and Gather,’ later this evening (Friday, January 21st) at the San Francisco city dump.

The result of a four month long Recology Artist residency program, Plock and fellow artist Suzanne Husky have been scavenging through the city’s discards finding cast-off treasures in the figurative artistic goldmine. Plock’s latest series of paintings, along with Suzanne’s hand constructed mobile shelters make their debut tonight and will be on view only through tomorrow afternoon (Saturday, January 22nd). The work is excellent, the tacos are free and it’s a great cause and program to support. Get a glimpse into the pieces that were made on site as well as a little tour by Mr. Plock himself, here on Hi-Fructose.

Installation by Suzanne Husky

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