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March 7 - April 24, 2012

Venue
Creativity Explored

Location
San Francisco, CA


A visual dialogue between artists from Creativity Explored and five art and disability programs from around the world:

GATEWAY ARTS BOSTON / HAI NEW YORK / LA HESSE BELGIUM
PROJECT ABILITY SCOTLAND / PROJECT ONWARD CHICAGO

Parallel Visions shows work by artists from five different art and disability organizations in relationship with work made by selected artists at Creativity Explored. Works on view include a range of artwork, from figurative ink drawings to abstract pieces that emphasize unique marking practices.

Creativity Explored: Pablo Calderon · Daniel Green · John Patrick McKenzie · Hung Kei Shiu · Kate Thompson · Thu Mai Tieu · Marilyn Wong
Gateway Arts: Yasmin Arshad · John Colby · Roger Swike
HAI:  Melvin Way
La Hesse: Phillipe Da Fonseca · Joseph Lambert
Project Ability: Carol Lee · Simon McAuley
Project Onward:  Louis DeMarco · Adam Hines

Opening Reception
Thursday, March 8, 2012
7:00 pm to 9:00 pm

Creativity Explored Gallery and Studio
3245 Sixteenth Street (at Guerrero)
San Francisco, CA 94103

LEFT: Untitled 9 (detail) by Simon McAuley © 2011 Project Ability. Pencil on paper, 33" X 46.5”. RIGHT: Untitled (detail), by Hung Kei Shiu © 2011 Creativity Explored. Ink on paper, 15” x 22”.

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