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Wednesday, May 07, 2014 - Canvassed | Art & culture

Lynn G. Fayman's abstract creations, Buffalo One's creatures of the night, plus more to check out this week

Our weekly Red List round-up

By CityBeat Staff
Lynn G. Fayman Evolving Colors by Lynn G. Fayman

Digable photography

Take a close look at any of San Diego photographer Lynn G. Fayman’s works, and you might not be sure of exactly what you're seeing. That’s because Fayman didn’t treat photography as a way of documenting real life; he used the medium for his own abstract creations, the end result often resembling paintings more than traditional still photography. The photographer—who collaborated with Dr. Seuss and often used Kodak’s Flexichrome process to achieve his strange effects—is the subject of a celebration at the Museum of Photographic Arts in Balboa Park that coincides with an exhibition of Fayman's work. As guests soak in his unique perspective, they’ll be treated to food and drink and a talk by Dave Hampton of Modern San Diego. Lynn G. Fayman: A Colorful Life takes place from 6 to 8 p.m.Thursday, May 8. $10 donation.  


Digable to-do

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Folks at the San Diego Public Library hope to draw attention to their new art exhibition this weekend with an advanced showing and social called Booked for the Evening, which includes a rooftop DJ, food by MIHO Gastrotruck, cocktails by Please & Thank You Bar and a chance to mingle with the artists. On Friday, May 9, from 7 to 10 p.m. at the Central Library (330 Park Blvd., Downtown), guests are invited to view Intersecting Lines, an invitational show featuring seven local artists, including Joshua Eggleton, John Halaka and May-ling Martinez, that promises to change the way you think about drawing, with artists using both conventional and unconventional materials. Tickets are available online for $25 and include refreshments and one drink from the bar. There will be no tickets sold at the door (pro tip: if you snatch a ticket at the library shop, you’ll save $5). Parking in the underground lot is $10.


Digable cause

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It continues to be one of the cleverest annual events around: The San Diego Council on Literacy’s Eat.Drink.Read., where local chefs are invited to create a dish based on a favorite book. Among the 17 chefs participating are Waypoint's Amanda Baumgarten, The Marine Room's Bernard Guillas, Urban Solace's Matt Gordon and Eclipse Chocolate's William Gustwiller. New this year, you can sample beers from several local breweries, like Pizza Port, Stone, URBN St. Brewing Co. and Green Flash. The event takes place from 5:30 to 8 p.m. Wednesday, May 14, at the McMillan Event Center at Liberty Station (2875 Dewey Road, Point Loma). Tickets are $60 and all proceeds go to supporting literacy programs for kids and adults. 

Digable art

buffalooneStreet artist Buffalo One is a night owl. His after-hours art sessions often lead to the creation of weird, whimsical and wild creatures of the night, some of which end up as wheatpastes in highway underpasses or unexpected places in Balboa Park. Buffalo One’s got skill, and a style so recognizable that, not long ago, someone posted an image of one of his unsigned street pieces to social media sites and almost immediately, folks in-the-know hooked up the curious poster with the name, Buffalo One. The San Diego artist has been pulling more overnighters than normal lately, preparing for his upcoming solo show, Nyctophilia: New Works by Buffalo One, at Thumbprint Gallery (920 Kline St., Ste. 104, La Jolla). The show opens from 5 to 10 p.m. Saturday, May 10, and will be up through June 8. For a sneak preview of the some of the work in the show, check the artist's Instagram feed.


 

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