This Saturday, Varnish Fine Art will celebrate 10 years as a prime destination for new contemporary art in San Francisco with a group show titled “DECADE-1.” Featuring 14 artists working in diverse disciplines, the group show will feature the work of Christian Rex van Minnen, Ransom & Mitchell, Jennybird Alcantara, Isabel Samaras, Robert Bowen, Victor Castillo, Chris Mars, Lee Harvey Roswell, Ron Garrigues, Brian Goggin, Jessica Joslin, Lucien Shapiro, Rob Reger and Chuck Sperry. Between Alacantara’s whimsical paintings, Ransom & Mitchell’s otherworldy photo illustrations and Jessica Joslin’s delicate-looking sculptures, “DECADE-1″ will cover vast aesthetic ground. Take a look at a preview of the show below and check out the show April 20 – May 18.
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Artist Jessica Dunegan is currently based out of Charleston, South Carolina, USA. Dunegan’s paintings are carefully created by using a mixture of epoxy resin and acrylic paint to build up many layers of opaque and transparent layers to create a kind of physical dimension in her work. ( By Konahrtist ).