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Adrift at 63 Bluxome Street Gallery

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63 Bluxome Street Gallery's opening last weekend showcased three Bay Area talents with the show "Adrift". First we are reacquainted with art duo, Cassandra and Ernie Velasco aka, Doubleparlour whom we featured in HF's latest issue, Vol.22 and got some quality face time with their newest creations, full of attitude and personality. Next up Matt136's unique presentation of cut out paintings on wood. The single piece on view is actually a series of many medium to small pieces arranged across an entire wall to form a pictorial story, one set being a group of mousetraps. Finally is Ken Davis' newest hand lettered, stunning gilded signs! View more images after the jump.


photos by Judy Tam Lynch except where noted
Doubleparlour, photo by Brian McCarty
63 Bluxome Street Gallery‘s opening last weekend showcased three Bay Area talents with the show “Adrift“. First we are reacquainted with art duo, Cassandra and Ernie Velasco aka, Doubleparlour whom we featured in HF’s latest issue, Vol.22 and got some quality face time with their newest creations, full of attitude and personality. Next up Matt136‘s unique presentation of cut out paintings on wood. The single piece on view is actually a series of many medium to small pieces arranged across an entire wall to form a pictorial story, one set being a group of mousetraps. Finally is Ken Davis‘ newest hand lettered, stunning gilded signs! View more images below.

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Cassandra and Ernie Doubleparlour

Cassandra and Ernie Velacso aka Doubleparlour

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Doubleparlour

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MATT136-TEENAGERphoto by Judy Tam Lynch

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MAT136-GIRLphoto by Judy Tam Lynch

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MATT136-TEENAGER-DETAILphoto by Judy Tam Lynch

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Matt136

Ken Davis

Ken Davis


Ken Davis

Ken Davis

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