November 9, 2017 - January 28, 2018
"Ann Weber’s large biomorphic sculptures have been described as bizarre characters from a story, hanging on the wall or sitting in the middle of the gallery like strange and evocative outcroppings of nature or outer space. Woven together from strips of cardboard boxes she culls from her local grocery store, Weber’s soft, universal forms appear simultaneously human and plant-like, presenting the viewer with a visually and physically engrossing experience reminiscent of the art of Jean Arp, Louise Nevelson, and Louise Bourgeois. Named after a small wall-mounted sculpture, the small exhibition features Weber’s most recent works, created after moving to San Pedro from the Bay area in 2015."
Ann Weber | Moon Over San Pedro, 2015 | Found cardboard, staples, polyurethane | 66 x 50 x 13 inches