92 Past Shows
The Line Up
August 1, 2015 - September 7, 2015
The Line Up is an inquisition of "line" and how the properties of this intrinsic visual element influence the formal aspect of the two-dimensional plane. It features Bauhaus-inspired hand-cut vinyl pieces from t.w.five and signature works on paper and canvas that blend intuitive instinct with mathematical intent from Kelly Ording.
June 27, 2015 - July 27, 2015
Rising Sun represents Otto’s latest perspective on the increasingly challenging times artists face in a city undergoing very apparent transition, and depicts a new chapter that hopes for a brighter future. Competing forces, reinvention, and renewal play a role, and are all connected to a larger story of survival.
This collection builds on his last body of work, Rising Tides, which centered around the concept that turbulent times invoke a need to make peace through acceptance.
Symbolic of new beginnings, Rising Sun contains a strong use of white against a restrained color palette, providing a sense of remaining open-minded to change. Similar themes carry out across the new series of work, consisting of mixed media paintings, both large and small, that explore new techniques and materials. Additionally, all-new sculptural work made of wood and neon help set the stage for what will be his tenth solo exhibition in San Francisco.
From Darkness Comes Light
May 16, 2015 - June 8, 2015
From Darkness Comes Light is a group show featuring the work of Monty Guy, Alec Huxley, Leon Loucheur, Delphyne V, and JS Weis. It addresses both the figurative and literal notions of the concept – subject matter and painting technique. All five artists are intrigued by the balance of dark and light: youthful innocence vs. worldly wisdom, nature vs. society, reality vs. fantasy, black vs. white, cynicism vs. optimism.
April 11, 2015 - May 11, 2015
Showcasing each artist’s illustrative talents, this exhibition will feature cityscapes of San Francisco and beyond, both real and imagined. Paint, ink, pen, and brush are used to contemplate architecture, urban living, and its relationship with nature.
Affordable Art Series 2
February 7, 2015 - March 9, 2015
The Affordable Art Series is a thorough exploration of the flourishing local art community, offering avid collectors and interested newbies a peek at the current mindset in urban painting. Luna Rienne will regularly release new collections of this series.
Affordable Art Series
December 6, 2014 - January 20, 2015
The Affordable Art Series is a thorough introduction to the flourishing local art community, offering avid collectors and interested newbies a peek at the current mindset in urban painting. After this initial launch, Luna Rienne will regularly release new collections of small pieces through the gallery.
Parts & Labor
October 25, 2014 - December 1, 2014
Parts & Labor emphasizes the working process of art-making – similar to a mechanic, an artist combines craft and skill with the use of materials to create a desired product. The finished piece is a marvel on its own, yet many hours were invested in the building of it. The three artists participating in Parts & Labor make their living in both the commercial and fine art realms.
September 13, 2014 - October 20, 2014
Cosmic Dust is David Choong Lee’s first collection of wholly abstract paintings, a significant departure from decades of including oil portraiture in his body of work.
Having just sold hundreds of his recent and past pieces to the Grand Hyatt SF in Union Square as part of the two two-story assemblages now gracing its lobby, Lee ventures into a new style of painting that incorporates his numerous skills in a non-representational manner.
Reflection / Refraction
August 23, 2014 - September 12, 2014
This collection of seven works, created specifically for the front room of Luna Rienne Gallery, studies the hues in the sky that are generated by the refraction and dispersion of the sun's light by water in the atmosphere, also known as a rainbow.