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May 2 - June 12, 2012

Venue
Creativity Explored

Location
San Francisco, CA

Busses, Bikes, Scooters and Cars (detail) by Andrew Li © 2010 Creativity Explored.
Ink and watercolor on paper.

A group exhibition of transportation-themed works powered by imagination.

The Golden Gate Bridge is admired by Creativity Explored artists just as much, if not more, than everyone else. In celebration of the 75th Anniversary of the city's magnificent landmark, more than 20 artists have made work around the theme of transportation for our latest exhibition, Are We There Yet?

This show will get you moving by boat, bus, bicycle, motorcycle, foot, truck, car, roller-skate and even by imaginary vehicle — wait until you see these hybrids! Walter Kresnik will rev you up with his colorful drawing of a Viper GTS, a G4 Thunderbird Classic and a 65 "Bunneville"; Gordon Chin’s abstract vehicles labeled “Gas Gaszzler” and “Jolopy” will make you laugh; and Sara O’Sullivan will make you wish you rode one of her mini cardboard bicycles. Stop on by — using whichever mode of transport you prefer — and take a ride on the wild side of art. Curated by Larry Morace.

Opening Reception
Thursday, May 3, 2012
7:00 pm to 9:00 pm

Donor Preview*
6:00 pm to 7:00 pm
*To become a donor, click here.

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


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