Famed Point Richmond clock artist, Steve Hurst has been missing for over a year. Recovering from a bicycle accident in July 2018 that developed into a crippling disease, he’s been
Famed Point Richmond clock artist, Steve Hurst has been missing for over a year. Recovering from a bicycle accident in July 2018 that developed into a crippling disease, he’s been doing time for the past two months–new faces, hands, and bodies. With just a trace of a limp, disguised by a cool Obama strut, Steve is busting out by exhibiting the newest in his ever-evolving body of art that tells time. The new illuminated clocks are simply stunning. Very meditative! As two customers at the 2017 Sausalito Art Festival said, “I never thought of buying a clock as a piece of fine art!” Steve’s ego shot to high heaven.
Come see what became of drum cymbals, a turntable platter, speaker grills, DVDs, light diffusers, pot tops, jewelry, plates, leather jeans, even dinosaur dung (just seeing if you read this far). In other words, this artist can make a one-of-a-kind clock out of anything!
Exhibiting with Steve will be painter, Sean Papillion, also of Point Richmond. His figurative style of painting is playful, very artful and colorful, yet serene and mysterious. Most invoke the intellect to decipher the symbolisms contained in the paintings. For an artist who has not been painting for decades, he already has developed his recognizable, personal style, both in subject matter and technique. Currently, Sean exhibits his paintings in the East bay.
Wine and light refreshments served. The exhibit is free and wheelchair accessible. There’s plenty of parking.
PLEASE BRING FRIENDS. Thank you. Here’s the info…
Sunday, October 27, 2019
2-7 pm (300 minutes)
Bridge Storage and ArtSpace
23 Maine Avenue Richmond 94804
Just off So. 2nd and Cutting Boulevard
4 minutes from Point Richmond
For more information, or to schedule a private showing, call 510 9326085
(Sunday) 2:00 pm - 7:00 pm
Steve Hurst510-932-6085 PO Box 91, 23 Maine Avenue, Richmond, CA 94804