New works at: artMRKT San Francisco, artMRKT HAMPTONS
I am pleased to announce my affiliation with Gallery Sam of Berkeley California. This gallery has been dealing beautiful fine art in Northern California for 16 years. Mainly focusing on abstraction from the post WWII, Aboriginal Australian, Indian, European, American and contemporary paintings and sculptures.
I was thrilled to have selected for show 5 works from my ‘Moon Over Waves’ series at the international art fair artMRKT in San Francisco in May 2013, and again a large ‘Moon Over Waves’ painting will be shown in July 2013 at artMRKT HAMPTONS in New York.
One of my painted sketchbooks, entitled ATLAS:2013, was included and is now viewable online through the New York-based Art House’s ‘Sketchbook Project: 2013’. If you are in New York, stop by their library space to see it in person. This year’s projects will be touring the U.S. later this year.
I was pleased to be included as one of the invited artists to the first 2013 LEVYStudio SALON of Bay Area creatives, on 1/26/2013. My project contribution was a large acrylic painting on tyvek paper, created live over the course of 2.5 hours. http://www.levydance.org/news.htm
live painting at the 2013 LevyStudio SALON, San Francisco, CA
I am pleased to announce I will be an invited artist at this festival in the East Bay. I will present my work at the annual ‘Art In Nature: Nature of Art Festival’ taking place September 23rd, in Oakland’s Redwoods Regional Park, where I will be showing paintings and drawings in the ‘Redwood Gallery’, a grove of tall redwoods reserved for visual artists, at the beginning of the Stream Trail .
Please have a look images/album from the latest Justyn Zolli exhibit, which shows the great 25′ mural titled ‘Elyseum Pass’ posted here under the ‘murals’ tab. Images include detail shots of this impressive abstract landscape painting.
An 25 min Artist Talk given by artist Justyn Zolli describing his process of making art and the role of immersion in nature and landscape study as a basis for his approach to making abstract painting. given at the opening of the exhibit ‘Where the Wild Things Are’, Gallery Del Grotto, San Francisco, CA, June 1.
JUSTYN ZOLLI’S NATIONAL PARK MURALS NOW OPEN TO THE PUBLIC-Feb 2012
PERMANENT FEDERAL NPS MURALS NOW OPEN TO VIEW
the Crissy Field area of the Presidio 1790
location: San Francisco Maritime National Park, Visitor Center,
corner of Hyde and Jefferson St.
San Francisco CA
As of Feb 2012, my murals and related painting projects for the permanent exhibit, A Walk Around the Waterfront, San Francisco Maritime National Park, are now open to the public. Housed in the Visitor Center at 300 Jefferson St, the exhibit details the history of the Bay from the maritime perspective.
Opening Artist’s Reception: 2/17 from 6:30-8:30 pm
I am very pleased to have the opportunity to exhibit a small selection of new paintings, prints and drawings in February at the beautiful and venerable Zen Buddhist retreat center and zendo, The San Francisco Zen Center, located in beautiful Hayes Valley. Please join me on the 17th between 6:30-8:30 for tea and light refreshments at the Artist’s Reception.
Bay Area contemporary artists Russell Pachman, Justyn Zolli, and Julien Lallemand will present their latest explorations into the medium of printmaking, including etchings, drypoint, aquatint and monotype. This exhibit will be open to the public on Jan. 7th, and afterwards by appointment. Please contact Justyn Zolli to make arrangements.
This blog, my second foray into this medium, will serve as a new endeavor into sharing my work, photography and writings. Here I will attempt to bring together the areas of interest that inform my work, namely Ecology, Organic Design, Environmentalism, and their expression in the Visual Arts. I will frequently post photographs from my treks into National Parks, Preserves, and other wilderness regions, as well as paintings, drawings and applied arts that are inspired by my researches into Nature.
I hope to reach a wide audience and be able to share my research and artistic projects with an interested audience, and ultimately to encourage and inform others as to the great beauty and fragility of our Earth.
Group Exhibit: LOST COUNT/CUENTAS PERDIDAS: INTERNATIONAL EXHIBITION OF ART FOR PEACE IN MEXICO
THE UNIVERSITY OF GUADALAJARA,
THROUGH CENTRO UNIVERSITARIO DEL NORTE. MEXICO
All work will later to be added to the permanent collection of the University
View all exhibited works here:
Posted by Justyn Zolli | 03/03/2012 | Categories: Uncategorized | Tags: Art, artistic commentary, Artists for Peace, drug war, International exhibit, Mexico, monoprint, monotype, peace, political art, printmaking, symbolism, Transcultural Matrix Project, University of Guadalahara | Leave a comment