Last Friday evening, Park Life in San Francisco presented Evah Fan’s latest colorful, mysterious and minimalistic artworks (previewed). For this show, she veered slightly away from her usually microscopic gouache paintings and incorporated blocks of colors and figures to depict what might happen in everyday indoor scenarios from the point of view of a person peering through a window. Also included in the exhibition is a series of mini sculptures that contrast with the paintings and appear to poke out towards the viewer from the wall and fixtures. What may sometimes initially appear to be puzzling and mundane, when you look closely and think about her work, you can see the irony, humor and thoughtfulness that goes into it. Take a look at the pics below from the opening.

Photos by Berlin Tomas for Arrested Motion.