New art by Kyle T. Brunel:
JUST ADD WATER –
ARCHITECTURE IN THE 21ST CENTURY
THE JUXTAPOSITION OF FORM MAKING IN THE CONTEXT OF WATER
Kyle T. Brunel’s new show is now on view in our Sanctuary Gallery where it will continue through January of 2019. She writes:
BUILDING ON THE WORK PRODUCED IN 2017 AT THE HANS ZIMMER CONCERT, JUST ADD WATER IS AN EVOLUTION IN CONTEMPLATION OF HOW WE WILL ADDRESS THE CHANGING DYNAMIC OF WATER IN OUR BUILT ENVIRONMENT. WE ARE ENTERING INTO A NEW PHASE FOR OUR UNDERSTANDING OF HOW WE LIVE WITH WATER. LONG HAVE WE DESIGNED WITH A STABLE SET OF RULES, DEVELOPED BY ENGINEERS AND OBSERVERS OVER TIME TO ESTABLISH BOUNDARIES AND METHODOLOGIES THAT HAVE INFORMED AND DIRECTED THE BUILT ENVIRONMENT AS WE KNOW IT TODAY.
THE RULES ARE CHANGING AND THE CONDITIONS WITHIN WHICH WE DWELL ARE TRANSFORMING IN OUR LIFETIME. WE MUST BRING A NEW PERSPECTIVE TO OUR UNDERSTANDING OF HOW OUR BUILT ENVIRONMENT INTERACTS WITH THE CHANGING NATURAL ENVIRONMENT IF WE INTEND TO THRIVE IN THE 21ST CENTURY. THIS IS A STUDY, A PERSPECTIVE, AND AN OPPORTUNITY TO LOOK AT THINGS WITH A FRESH PERSPECTIVE. WE WILL LEARN FROM WHAT WE KNOW WORKS AND CHANGE THAT WHICH IS FAILING.
Kyle T. Brunel
In our Community Gallery
Pat Preble’s art @ Cyprian’s
Pat Preble is showing Biblical Themes in Modern Dress Show as well as Scenes from Golden Gate Park in our new Community Gallery. She is a San Francisco artist, an author, teacher, and icon painter.
Pat says, “Icon painting is not as difficult as you would think. It is more of a meditation and prayer process of communion with the angel or saint. It is a work from the heart and soul and no matter what your technical skill level, if you make the heart connection, the icon will breathe a blessing on all who see it.”
We’re looking for Community Artists!
We’re always looking for artists from our community to exhibit their work in our Sanctuary Gallery. Shows of new work run for 60 to 90 days and may fill part or all of the Sanctuary or other display spaces here. Typically each exhibit includes promotion in our online and print communications as well as a “Meet the Artist” Reception. All works must be appropriate for viewing ina community center wwhichis used by a diverse group of people.