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HashimotoContemporary
Contemporary art gallery, located in San Francisco, CA. For more information, please visit our website at http://hashimotocontemporary.com

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    Studio visit with San Francisco based illustrator and concept artist Karla Ortiz, as she prepares for her three person show along side Nimit Malavia and Sam Wolfe Connelly at Hashimoto Contemporary this August. 

    For more photos from the studio visit, please visit our Flickr page.

    Opening Saturday, August 2nd at Hashimoto Contemporary in San Francisco.
"Lore"
a three person show featuring:
Sam Wolfe Connelly (tumblr/website)
Nimit Malavia (tumblr/website)
Karla Ortiz (tumblr/website)

    Opening Saturday, August 2nd at Hashimoto Contemporary in San Francisco.

    "Lore"

    a three person show featuring:

    Sam Wolfe Connelly (tumblr/website)

    Nimit Malavia (tumblr/website)

    Karla Ortiz (tumblr/website)

    If you haven’t had a chance yet, come visit us on Sutter Street in San Francisco to view “Motion” - the latest solo show by gallery artist Erik Jones. We’re open from noon to 6pm today (and Tuesday-Saturday next week) and can be found at 804 Sutter Street (cross street is Jones.) 
You can also view this entire exhibit online at: http://www.hashimotocontemporary.com/erik-jones-motion/

    If you haven’t had a chance yet, come visit us on Sutter Street in San Francisco to view “Motion” - the latest solo show by gallery artist Erik Jones. We’re open from noon to 6pm today (and Tuesday-Saturday next week) and can be found at 804 Sutter Street (cross street is Jones.) 

    You can also view this entire exhibit online at: http://www.hashimotocontemporary.com/erik-jones-motion/

    Artist Joel Daniel Phillips hard at work at his residency in Taos, NM preparing for his upcoming solo show at our San Francisco gallery space this September. Email us at hashimotocontemporary@gmail.com to learn more.

    Artist Joel Daniel Phillips hard at work at his residency in Taos, NM preparing for his upcoming solo show at our San Francisco gallery space this September. Email us at hashimotocontemporary@gmail.com to learn more.

    Behind the scenes with gallery artist Crystal Wagner as she prepares for her installation at the University of Hawai’i Hilo.

    Paintings by Erik Jones, on view this month at Hashimoto Contemporary in San Francisco, CA.

    View this show online via the gallery website here, and check out the artist on Tumblr, here.

    Here’s a little peek at our current exhibition “Motion” by gallery artist Erik Jones, on display till July 26th.  Enjoy! 

    "It’s Only the House Settling" 
A haunting older work by Sam Wolfe Connelly, which was originally displayed at our sister gallery Spoke Art for the 3rd Annual Supersonic Electronic Invitational group show in January 2014. 
Stay tuned for our three person show with Sam, Karla Ortiz, and Nimit Malavia next month! 

    "It’s Only the House Settling" 

    A haunting older work by Sam Wolfe Connellywhich was originally displayed at our sister gallery Spoke Art for the 3rd Annual Supersonic Electronic Invitational group show in January 2014. 

    Stay tuned for our three person show with Sam, Karla Ortiz, and Nimit Malavia next month! 

    Installation photos from “Motion” - the debut solo show by artist Erik Jones, taken at Hashimoto Contemporary in San Francisco, July 5th 2014.

    View this entire exhibition online at http://hashimotocontemporary.com

    Photos courtesy of Shaun Roberts - http://shaunroberts.net

    Erik Jones - “Motion” - a debut solo show
July 5th - July 26th - San Francisco, CA

Hashimoto Contemporary is pleased to present Motion, the debut solo exhibition by gallery artist Erik Jones. 
Jones’ work investigates form, both abstract and figurative, through a unique combination of hyperrealism and geometric expressionism. Rendering his subjects carefully in a photorealistic manner, each figure is then enveloped within a colorful swell of shapes, color and form. 
Such surreal interventions are accomplished through the artist’s methodical process of mark-making. Utilizing a wide range of materials, Jones’ mixed media approach creates a hypnotic tension between the familiar and the fantastical. Using watercolor and colored pencil as the soft foundation upon which Jones’ figures manifest, oil paint and wax pastels are then layered upon the main subject in a more intuitive manner. These saturated patterns move around the figure, further highlighting various gestures or the occasional curious glance peering out from behind the colorful structures. 
For his debut solo show, the subject of Jones’ paintings take on three separate forms, all unique yet interconnected into a greater whole. The most recognizable of the paintings depict the nude human form, an ongoing motif in the artist’s greater body of work. Simultaneously, some of the paintings focus on what lies further beneath the skin, exploring memento mori and the symbology of death. Lastly, the third grouping of paintings in the exhibition stand void of any figure at all, giving in whole-heartedly to the mobility and flux of the more abstract qualities of Jones’ work. These three subjects take the helm of Motion, referencing a cyclical narrative of life, death and the unknown.  
Motion opens Saturday, July 5th, with an opening night reception from 6pm-10pm. 
The exhibition will be on view through Saturday, July 26th.

For more information, additional images, or exclusive content, please email us at hashimotocontemporary(at)gmail.com

    Erik Jones - “Motion” - a debut solo show

    July 5th - July 26th - San Francisco, CA

    Hashimoto Contemporary is pleased to present Motion, the debut solo exhibition by gallery artist Erik Jones. 

    Jones’ work investigates form, both abstract and figurative, through a unique combination of hyperrealism and geometric expressionism. Rendering his subjects carefully in a photorealistic manner, each figure is then enveloped within a colorful swell of shapes, color and form. 

    Such surreal interventions are accomplished through the artist’s methodical process of mark-making. Utilizing a wide range of materials, Jones’ mixed media approach creates a hypnotic tension between the familiar and the fantastical. Using watercolor and colored pencil as the soft foundation upon which Jones’ figures manifest, oil paint and wax pastels are then layered upon the main subject in a more intuitive manner. These saturated patterns move around the figure, further highlighting various gestures or the occasional curious glance peering out from behind the colorful structures. 

    For his debut solo show, the subject of Jones’ paintings take on three separate forms, all unique yet interconnected into a greater whole. The most recognizable of the paintings depict the nude human form, an ongoing motif in the artist’s greater body of work. Simultaneously, some of the paintings focus on what lies further beneath the skin, exploring memento mori and the symbology of death. Lastly, the third grouping of paintings in the exhibition stand void of any figure at all, giving in whole-heartedly to the mobility and flux of the more abstract qualities of Jones’ work. These three subjects take the helm of Motion, referencing a cyclical narrative of life, death and the unknown.  

    Motion opens Saturday, July 5th, with an opening night reception from 6pm-10pm. 

    The exhibition will be on view through Saturday, July 26th.

    For more information, additional images, or exclusive content, please email us at hashimotocontemporary(at)gmail.com