date. january 7 thru february 19
opening. january 7 from 5 to 8pm
Working within self-imposed structures, Anne McGuire and Sheila Ghidini take different paths to finding their muse. The pairing of their art creates a fascinating dialectic. The works revolve around each other as in a dance, creating a choreography that despite each dancer’s distinct style, comes together to form a seamless duet.
Works in Exhibition:
Anne McGuire (b.Minnesota) lives and works in San Francisco and got her MFA at the San Francisco Art Institute. She has exhibited locally and in cities across the US and internationally including New York, Los Angeles, Chicago, Toronto, London, Dublin, Amsterdam, Barcelona, Zurich, and Tokyo. Her videos, art, and live shows have been featured at many local venues including David Ireland House, Exploratorium, SFMOMA, et al gallery, BAM/PFA, Gregory Lind Gallery and 2nd Floor Projects. She has been featured in SF Arts Quarterly, SF Guardian, Time Out London, Art Slant, and KQED.org Arts blog. Her work is in the permanent collection of the Berkeley Art Museum/Pacific Film Archive, and her videos are distributed by Video Data Bank in Chicago, and LUX in London, UK.
Sheila Ghidini (b.Connecticut) lives and works in San Francisco and attended Hartford Art School, University of Hartford. She did graduate work at Cranbrook Academy of Art in Michigan and completed an M.F.A. in sculpture at the University of California, Berkeley, receiving the Sylvan and Pam Coleman Memorial Fellowship. She was an artist-in residence at The Headlands Center for the Arts and The American Academy in Rome Summer program. She has received grants from the Wallace Alexander Gerbode Foundation, the Krasner-Pollack Foundation, the San Francisco Arts Commission, the Marcelle Labaudt Memorial Fund, Rockefeller Foundation and the Connecticut Commission on the Arts. Sheila has completed a number of public art projects in the Bay Area and beyond. She presently resides in San Francisco and has taught art throughout the Bay Area, including University of California, Berkeley, California College of Arts, San Francisco State University and University of California Extensions.
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