Plastic Antinomy, a quarterly magazine published by Layla Lyne-Winkler that focuses on visual art in the San Francisco Bay Area, is releasing its 3rd issue “BLUE/GREEN”. They are having a release party on Tuesday, September 15th at Varnish Fine Art.
At last, the one and only visual arts magazine about the Bay Area, Plastic Antinomy, is releasing its 3rd issue, the BLUE/GREEN Issue with a Free-Admission party. Come meet the makers, writers and featured artists of Plastic Antinomy, listen to DJ DBitS spinning Rock n’ Roll vinyl, and buy a raffle ticket for your chance to win a digital camera courtesy of Adolph Gasser Photography, art books from Last Gasp, original artwork by local artists, and more! A limited number of copies will be on hand, so come early and be one of the first to get your hands on Plastic Antinomy #3. This issue takes a look at local artists/venues whose work is tied to the environment/water such as the painters Josh Keyes and Alexis Amann, sculptor Ron Garrigues, local paper goods boutique Little Otsu, Mollusk Surf Shop (and art space) and much much more.