One Is All Is One Art Exhibit | SF
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Mirus Gallery | 540 Howard St, San Francisco, CA
Submitted by the Event Organizer
Mirus Gallery is proud to open its newest exhibit, One Is All Is One, by artist-scientist Casey Cripe. The show will open with a complimentary reception from 7 to 10 p.m. on Saturday, August 15 and continue through Saturday, September 12, 2015.
The exhibit features large-scale multimedia pieces created by the 31-year-old artist over the last five years. Containing densely detailed layers and scientific diagrams meant to explore life, self, and the universe, each work individually unfolds as part of a greater story. Now at 30 pieces and counting, the works in One Is All Is One aim to illustrate a journey through space and time; the grand narrative of Human Destiny in the Universe.
“This work is to be my ‘one and forever’ magnum opus, the meaning for my being, my gift to the human enterprise,” Cripe explains, “for these maps that I craft are not only to chart and guide my own path, but also the paths of all fellow humans.”
For more information please visit www.mirusgallery.com or call (415) 543-3440.
About the Artist:
Formally educated in Traditional Illustration and Religious Studies after receiving a bachelor’s degree from Humboldt State University, Casey Cripe (b. 1984), a Silicon Valley native, currently lives and works in San Francisco, California. He has exhibited his artworks at a variety of galleries, museums, universities, research institutions, corporate headquarters, and festivals, both nationally and internationally.
About Mirus Gallery:
Mirus Gallery is a dynamic exhibition space that features a program of contemporary artwork by emerging and mid-career artists in solo and group shows. The gallery highlights work that emphasizes skill and process and aims to engage viewers on a sentient, emotional and evocative level. In 2013 the artist-in-residence program was initiated, further pursuing the gallery’s values of community and collaboration by providing a live-in and on-site studio space for artists to create and exhibit work in a supportive environment, conducive to creativity. Mirus Gallery is open from 11 a.m. to 6 p.m. Tuesday through Friday and on Saturday by appointment only, and located at 540 Howard Street in San Francisco’s SOMA District atop Paul Hemming’s eclectic building, which also houses Temple Nightclub and co-working space, ECO-SYSTM. Stay up-to-date on news and events on Twitter at @MirusGallery, on Facebook at www.facebook.com/mirusgallery and on Instagram at @mirusgallery.
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