Group photo of all the artists who participated in the show.
Our latest gallery show, Verdantly Still, featuring work by all of the Rare Device staff opened to a bustling crowd last Friday. With 25 pieces in an array of different mediums - from metal work to collage to paintings, each piece has been inspired by not only the young, verdant, and growing, but also by what that becomes over time: quiet, overgrown, and slowly fading. While not exclusively about them, the show is decidedly influenced by our current fascination with plants.
Check out pictures from the opening reception:
A guest checks out artwork by Annie Amundsen
Artist Erin Rice poses with several of her collage pieces.
Artwork by Giselle Gyalzen, Annie Amundsen, Sarah Rogers Miller, and Rachel T. Robertson (left.) Close up of work by Giselle Gyalzen (right.)
Living artwork, Bring Forth Your Flowers and Machinery, by Lauren Brunsvik.
A large crowd gathers as the show opens.
Rare Device owner, Giselle Gyalzen, poses in front of her ceramic piece with her family.
Verdantly Still, on display at RD Divisadero
You can find all of the artwork from Verdantly Still on display and for sale at Rare Device Divisadero now through April 23rd and online.