Covalent Bond & Free Radicals Print Release

Covalent Bond Giclée print

Free Radicals Giclée print

I'm pleased to announce the print release for my “Covalent Bond” and “Free Radicals” pieces. Some folks have been asking for these for a while and I am happy to finally bring them to fruition just in time for a sensory-exploding psychedelia-infused Valentine's Day.

We all want to love and be loved. Yet, the disorientating intangible chemistry of love is a complex potion with the power to satiate the soul, to heal, to enflame our desires, as well as polarizing forces that can torment, eviscerate, and make us hollow. What happens in that intangible vaporous space between the nerves, synapses, and electrical impulses, then mixes together with passion, attraction nostalgia and lust to become this duplicitous double-edged sword called love?

Covalent Bond print detail

Free Radicals print detail

Covalent Bond print

Free Radicals print

Print Details:
Signed and numbered edition of 100, 12"x12" archival Giclée prints on 300# acid-free Italian textured watercolor paper.

Grab one, or the set from my shop. Thank you!

Sentimental Mood - First Amendment, SF - Jan 12th

Sentimental Mood image by GIna Contreras
(Same Room Same Feels by Gina Contreras)
Join us Friday, January 12th at 7pm for the opening reception of Sentimental Mood–a group exhibition featuring 20 Bay Area artists at First Amendment Gallery.  The gallery is located at the intersection of 6th and Howard St. in Downtown San Francisco. The exhibition is free and open to the public.

Exhibiting artists include: Adam Caldwell - Anika Chasuk - Apexer - Casey Gray - 
Christoper Martin - Daryll Peirce - David Chong Lee - David Marc Grant - 
Ernest Doty - Gina Contreras - John Casey - Kellen Chasuk
 - Lena Gustafson - Marcos LaFarga - Oliver Hawk - Peter Adamyan - 
Rich Jacobs  - Robert Minvervini - Sean Newport - Yetunde Olagbaju

Showing Through Friday, February 9, 2018. To receive a preview or if you have any questions about Sentimental Mood please contact info@firstamendmentgallery.com.

Thank you Widewalls for the coverage.