We’re happy to introduce you our friend, the Silicon Valley-based artist Oleg Lobykin!
He is showing his newest sculptures at San Francisco Open Studios the weekend of October 13-14. This is 2018’s first of five weekends of the oldest and largest Open Studios program in the country that showcases over 800 emerging and established local artists.
Lobykin is an internationally recognized sculptor whose work defies labels and encourages viewers to consider art as a bridge from the Stone Age to today’s digital age. Whether in marble, bronze, or contemporary materials like 3-D printed polymers, Lobykin’s vision peels away layers to discover the origins of form.
This year Oleg has partnered with Transparent House, one of San Francisco’s premier photorealistic CGI and design studios, to create an innovative and creatively immersive visual experience for visitors. Stop by 472 Jackson Street from 11 am on Saturday, Oct. 13 to 6 pm on Sunday, Oct. 14 to browse and learn more about how forward-focused technology allows artists to define and express timeless truths in new and unexpected ways. All exhibited pieces will also be available for sale. Parts of the proceeds will be donated towards Wildland Firefighter Foundation.
About Oleg Lobykin: Lobykin exhibits in the San Francisco Bay Area and has completed a number of projects in New York, Los Angeles, San Francisco, and abroad. Clients have included Stanford University, The Presidio Trust, The City of Cupertino, The City of San Jose, Yale University, The Metropolitan Museum of Art (The Cloisters), The Cathedral Church St. John the Divine, Pacific City at Huntington Beach, The Jewish Museum NYC, Edgewood Resorts at Lake Tahoe, & Artists and Architects. Visit www.lobykin.com for more information.
Origins of Form by Oleg Lobykin
Saturday, Oct. 13, 11:00 AM – Sunday, Oct. 14, 6:00 PM
472 Jackson Street, San Francisco
Please, register here.