Roll Up Gallery: Liz Mamorsky ‘Modernism’

by Admin on 08/07/2017

08/12/2017 @ 6:00 pm – 9:00 pm
Roll Up Gallery
161 Erie St
San Francisco, CA 94103

A colorful exhibition of unique abstract paintings by Liz Mamorsky.

“Since graduation from Bennington College, I have exhibited my unique reclaimed materials sculpture, studio furniture, and visionary paintings and drawings nationally and internationally, starting with The International Young Artists Exhibition in Osaka, Japan. My work resides in numerous public and private collections including: Tonellerie Taransaud, Cognac; The Spertus Museum, Chicago; The Oakland Museum of California, Sony Corporation, First National Bank of Arizona, Francois Freres, St. Romain, France, and Paramount Pictures for the set of Star Trek: Voyager.”

“When our home burned down in 2000 my Op Art paintings, stored in the basement, were rescued and sent to storage for three years during the rebuild. Most survived, but some needed restoration which I lovingly undertook over the period of a year. It was so soothing working on the cellular shapes that I didn’t want to stop. Hence, the evolution of my Modernist series which I also think of as Iconic Abstraction.”

Opening Saturday August 12th
6:00 to 9:00pm
at Roll Up Gallery (Public Works), located in the Mission District, at 161 Erie Street (between Duboce & 14th st.) San Francisco, CA 94103.