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“This art work uses clay on a wooden panel as a base. On top of this, I apply up to ten layers of acrylic paint and then laser etch my desired image. Afterwards. I hand paint the piece. This entire process is repeated until I have the final look.

Lot #209

Over the Rocks, 2021

Clay and acrylic on wooden panel

20 x 16 x 7/8 cradle inches

Tan Sirinumas

MAR 30TH AT NOON TO

APR 4TH AT 9 PM

Preview in person at Hospitality House’s Community Arts Program (1009 Market Street, SF, CA)

 

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Originally from Thailand, Tan Sirinumas is a full-time, community-based artist who primarily works with clay and layers of acrylic paint, create images focused on local San Francisco architecture. Themes that resonate throughout Tan's work are those of personal struggle, spiritual renewal and the beauty inherent in a complicated urban environment. His pieces are a meeting of raw artistic material, hand painting and laser engraving technology and hand craving brought together to create multi-layered, three-dimensional works that pay homage to the history of San Francisco’s diverse neighborhoods and communities.