In this coming February 2022, there will be an art exhibit in San Diego. And here are the most anticipated art works that you shouldn’t missed.
Gravitational Lensing by Melissa Walter
Melissa Walter describes “gravitational lensing” as the phenomenon happened astrophysically especially during the blockade of a light source by large amount of substance. This can be viewed on February 5, 2022 at the Cannon Gallery.
Blanket Stories: Continuum (Book I/Book III) by Marie Watt
The sculptural works of Watt are highly powerful and attracting. There are gigantic, tall pillars of blankets that are folded and stacked. They are either installed on the inside or on the outside.
Marie Watt’s storywork are generally came from Jordan D. Schnitzer Family Foundation collections. From February 4 to May 13, 2022, you can visit the University of San Diego Gallery to view these masterpieces.
Intrinsically Asymmetrical by Tatiana Ortiz-Rubio
Tatiana Rubio is a muralist and will have to showcase her new charcoal collection at the City College Gallery this February 5 until March 1, 2022. Those masterpieces are made from charcoal which will be showcase in groups at San Diego.
The artworks emphasize time and the complex aspects of philosophies and physics. Moreover, Rubio’s works highlight the separation of the past and the future. There is also an elevated level of awareness of the present times.