The fabric8 sculpture garden features artwork that can be displayed outside as well as inside. A constantly rotating exhibition space, the weather-resistant pieces showcased can adorn a backyard, balcony, or entryway in addition to more traditional indoor spaces.
Natasha Dikareva is a sculptor and installation artist. Her sculptural work transforms clay and metal into totems of the imagination. Her columns, cages, eggs, and human forms are simultaneously recognizable and ambiguous. What appear to be abraded, corroded surfaces bear the passage of time, as well as refute it. The multivalent forms bespeak the beginnings of Western civilization — its ancient sites, its mythology, its cross-cultural influences — and address our contemporary attempts to reclaim a spiritual center from the past. She currently lives and works in San Francisco, California.
Erik Otto exhibits in galleries nationally and internationally. With an education in Illustration, Design, Screen Print, and Street Art, Otto practices his art across multiple disciplines. In addition to painting, he has designed and built large-scale installations, theatre sets, retail storefronts, private commissions, and independent film sets. Otto recently completed the acclaimed Artist-in-Residence program at Recology San Francisco and is committed to using recycled paint and materials to produce work that is both expressive and conceptual. He received his BFA from San Jose State University and currently lives and works in the Mission District of San Francisco.
Daniel James Burt is a San Francisco-based sculptor whose intuitive style integrates mixed media to create installations and stand-alone sculptures. His use of body parts to create a series of landscapes as a means of portraiture garnered a commission that rests alongside a Ruth Asawa sculpture. He has a BFA from the University of New Mexico as well as an MFA from Academy of Art University, where he currently teaches graduate level Figure Modeling and Anatomy.
Romanowski is a Swiss-born artist, musician, and DJ who has made San Francisco his home since 1988. His keen sense of style and extraordinary talent for vintage shopping has made him one of the most sought-after DJs and collectibles hustlers this side of Zurich. His artwork includes top-notch spray stencil pieces and found object assemblages that are coveted by music and design aficionados around the world.