Thursday, December 8, 2011

Strangers on a Train

Tomorrow December 9th at 8pm

"Strangers on a Train" 
opens at


520 Haight St
San Francisco, CA

Sponsored by Magners
Part of the Lower Haight Holiday Art Walk

Art, Booze, and Beats

Locking the door behind, you feel eyes on your back from the house across the street. Turn and there's no one. Familiar stares through the shutters of a deserted market, behind a diner, in the swirls of a Victorian cornice. Do these imprints of humanity linger in the door frames, within the window panes, or just in your mind. Beside the tracks, the cars squeal to a stop and the doors to slide open. Your heart skips when you see, towards the front of the car, the back of her head. Hair draping over a scarf wrapped tight, you approach the seat beside when she turns and you are just Strangers on a Train.
In his second solo show at D-Structure, Alec Huxley continues his venture into environments with the lingering touch of people. Ghostly flashes of femme fatale's occupy his new paintings and charcoal eyes hide behind the outlines of San Francisco architecture on wood panels. Affordable prints and limited edition t-shirts on hand as well.

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