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Press Release: The Golden Hour by Meryl Pataky

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Shooting Gallery Project Space Presents:

The Golden Hour

meryl pataky the golden hour

Shooting Gallery Project Space is pleased to present, The Golden Hour, an exhibition entirely dedicated to the elemental life force and power of the sun by neon-artist Meryl Pataky. The opening reception will be Saturday, July 12 from 7 pm to 11 pm. The exhibit will be on display through August 9, 2014 and is free and open to the public.

Pataky’s latest exhibition is more of an exploration into the cosmos than ever before. The first to be created by atomic fusion within a star, Helium is the element of choice and can be seen as the warm peach color illuminated within the neon tubing of the central works. From Helium, a long list of elements are created by the same process, eventually producing heavier elements such as iron, carbon, and oxygen. Pataky displays the use of iron in her steel framing, carbon in deer hide works and wood framing, and oxygen in a composition of succulents. Additionally, three Periodic Elements in neon: Gold (Au), Silver (Ag) and Copper (Cu) can be seen in The Golden Hour. These three precious metals are elements that are only created during supernovae explosions, lending themselves perfectly to Pataky’s cosmic theme.

Media Opportunities
Interview with Meryl Pataky
Interview with owner/founder/curator Justin Giarla
High-resolution images available upon request

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  1. [...] amazing studio visit with Meryl Pataky for her upcoming solo Shooting Gallery Project Space show The Golden Hour which opens on July 12. Get a behind the scenes look into Meryl’s beautiful San Francisco [...]

  2. [...] Pataky’s latest exhibition is more of an exploration into the cosmos than ever before. The first to be created by atomic fusion within a star, Helium is the element of choice and can be seen as the warm peach color illuminated within the neon tubing of the central works. From Helium, a long list of elements are created by the same process, eventually producing heavier elements such as iron, carbon, and oxygen. Pataky displays the use of iron in her steel framing, carbon in deer hide works and wood framing, and oxygen in a composition of succulents. Additionally, three Periodic Elements in neon: Gold (Au), Silver (Ag) and Copper (Cu) can be seen in The Golden Hour. These three precious metals are elements that are only created during supernovae explosions, lending themselves perfectly to Pataky’s cosmic theme. (via) [...]

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