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Salesroom Artist: Will Noble  
4/25/14 Posted 4/25/14

(Image: Will Noble, Sierra Creek, Watercolor, 38 X 49 Inches; © Will Noble) Will Noble (b. 1941, New Orleans, LA) “I paint the interaction of water with other natural elements: Water cascading across rock, surface patterns and reflections. I have always been more interested in the details of an intimate event in nature than the broad panorama of traditional landscape. I begin each painting with a freehand drawing. From a distance the finished work appears realistic. At closer range... [more]

Salesroom Artist: Hiroko Sakai  
4/16/14 Posted 4/16/14

(Image: Hiroko Sakai, I Believe, Oil on Canvas; © Hiroko Sakai) Hiroko Sakai (b. Izuka City, Japan) Hiroko Sakai is a Japanese artist, and has been living and working in San Francisco California since 1998. The intense passion that she conveys in her art has inspired deep expressions of emotion in viewers over the years. "San Francisco, with its vibrant arts culture, became my second home and was a source of much inspiration. My differences are my strength and I can combine my Ja... [more]

Mutual Wave Machine Experience at SVC 2014 (via Art Nerd SF)  
4/15/14 Posted 4/15/14

Mutual Wave Machine concept, Courtesy of the Marina Abromovic Institute The Mutual Wave Machine had its U.S. premiere last night at Silicon Valley Contemporary, and Art Nerd San Francisco contributor Ashley Gardini and I had the very first exclusive experience. Conceived from Marina Abramović’s desire to get into her own experience through “brain visualization”, the piece was created by artists Suzanne Dikker and Matthias Oostrik with Peter Burr, Matthew Patterson Curry,... [more]

Highlights From Silicon Valley Contemporary (via Art Nerd SF)  
4/15/14 Posted 4/15/14

As the first South Bay art fair Silicon Valley Contemporary was met with a little resistance, but in the end it was highly attended and the art was pretty great. Many visitors left in hopes that SVC would return next year. Here are the pieces we thought about “writing home” about, or better, to you. 1. Kate Gilmore, Rock. Hard. Place., 2012, HD video David Castillo Gallery, Miami This video piece was not only an aesthetic delight (mesmerizing, really) but quite funny and the artist is just... [more]

Salesroom Artist: Sherry Wacker  
4/12/14 Posted 4/12/14

(Image: Sherry Wacker, Wild Horse, 2010, 1964 Mustang Grill Emblem on Airbrushed Steel Sheet With Rope Frame, 38 X 48 X 6 Inches; © Sherry Wacker) Sherry Wacker (b. 1950, Baltimore) Horsepowered Memories, airbrushed images combined with car parts and other objects, is my latest series. These works are about the decades of the Greatest Generation, Baby Boomers, Gen Xers and Millennials. The goal of these pieces is to make us feel exploded with the memories of our past and then to think ab... [more]

Barry Masteller: Catalogue Edition  
Posted 3/26/14

Barry MastellerMixed-media Lives/works in: San Francisco/Bay AreaWebsite: http://www.barrymasteller.comTo purchase contact: Barry Masteller Barry Masteller was born and raised in the Silver Lake District of Los Angeles. He studied painting and life drawing during the sixties with artist / painter Walton Craig Titus, additionally studying painting and art restoration techniques with several independent art conservators and artists; he spent much of his teen years viewing art at the Los Angeles Coun... [more]

20140309183812-now___then Artist Interview  
Orlonda Uffre at International Museum Of Women March 9th, 2009 - March 9th, 2009
Posted 3/9/14

Sanja Alajbegovic, Editorial Coordinator at I.M.O.W. suggested an interview with Orlonda Uffre feeling that we would have a mutual understanding. I am very grateful to have had the opportunity to speak with this artist-philosopher-activist who is not afraid to question the status quo. I am honored to know such an individual, whose wisdom and beauty shines from within. I think that the interview is a fitting and deserving complement to Orlonda Uffre's paintings- her words are thoughtful, confident and... [more]

Art on BART Kickstarter Creates Moving Galleries on the Rails (via Art Nerd SF)  
2/16/14 Posted 2/16/14

A new San Francisco startup is making its mark with an art gallery outside the traditional setting – in train cars. WanderArt is building a mobile app for public art that’ll let users share the street art they find, and they’re hoping to get the word out by bringing works by local Bay Area artists to BART cars. By filling all six of the ad spaces in the cars with six different artworks, they’re aiming to create mini moving galleries on the rails, which, if you ask this regu... [more]

20140205012537-d_young_studio_session-026 Street Artist as… Guerilla Fighter?  
Eddie Colla, Hugh Leeman, D Young V at 111 Minna Gallery February 7th, 2014 - March 29th, 2014
Posted 2/12/14


20140204073101-lip Mosswood Exhibit of Michael Wilson's Art Assemblage  
Susan Spencer, Michael Wilson at Mosswood Cafe and Bakery February 1st, 2014 - April 30th, 2014
Posted 2/4/14

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20140203071458-washington_2013_sisters Watchlist Artist: Marci Washington  
Marci Washington at Rena Bransten Projects 2/3/14 Posted 2/3/14

“Once upon a time, in a time both past and present, there lived an ancient castle upon a rock – surrounded on all sides by a dark and churning sea and only accessible at low tide. Over this castle a spell has descended, a spell of sleep – rendering the inhabitants somnambulists trapped halfway between life and death and forced to walk in languid nightmares. From the castle and into the woods, two sisters have fled. From their makeshift shelter they try every day to craft a... [more]

Pencils Down opening celebration at the Palo Alto Art Center (via Art Nerd SF)  
1/24/14 Posted 1/24/14

Those who are plugged into the cozy art scene here in the Penninsula are probably already aware of the quarterly cocktail party at the Palo Alto Art Center, known as “Friday Nights at the Art Center.” Well, things just got a whole lot more interesting for the Art Center’s art party! Friday Nights at the Art Center is doubling down to celebrate the Spring exhibition, Pencils Down, bringing in exhibiting artists Chris Sicat and Kevin Chen to lead fun art-making activities, with live... [more]

Salesroom Artist: Tyler Eash  
1/23/14 Posted 1/23/14

(Image: Tyler Eash, Constellation: Black, acrylic on osb plywood, 40” x 48”, 2013; © Tyler Eash) Tyler Eash (lives in San Francisco, California, USA) Tyler Eash is an interdisciplinary artist working in the realms of art, design, and performance. Raised in the inherently stark rural landscape of the Northern California Valley, Eash developed a fascination with the austere. Eash operates within the interstice of the emotionality of human experience and the strict rigor of architectural... [more]

20130418163502-mido_lee_web Asian American Women Artists Association: “underCurrents and the Quest for Space”  
Salma Arastu, Jung Ran Bae, Michele Benzamin-Miki, Manon Bogerd-Wada, Mitsuko Brooks, Karen Chew, Samantha Chundur, Shari Arai DeBoer, Reiko Fujii, Zilka Joseph, Kay Kang, Miyang Kim, Alexandra Lee, Mido Lee, Brenda Louie, Li Ma, Choppy Oshiro, Isabelle Thuy Pelaud, kate hers RHEE, Yoshie Sakai, Shizue Seigel, Pallavi Sharma, Cindy Shih, Judy Shintani, Valerie Soe, Cynthia Tom, Truong Tran, Laura Wong, Leslie Zeitler, Leslie Zeitler , Stella Zheng, Xiaojie Zheng at SOMArts Cultural Center May 2nd, 2013 - May 25th, 2013
Posted 1/17/14

Review By John Held, Jr. In: San Francisco Arts Quarterly (online) Asian American Women Artists Association “underCurrents and the Quest for Space” May 2-May 25, 2013 SOMArts Cultural Center 934 Brannan Street San Francisco Yoshe Sakai. Video Still. The diversity of work in this exhibition of Asian American women matches the multiplicity of heritages repre... [more]

RAW Names Artist and Photographer of the Year  
1/15/14 Posted 1/15/14

The 5th Annual RAWards, from RAW: natural born artists, hits L.A. this Sunday naming the best of the underground and unconventional. Already the largest indie arts awards show in the world, RAWards is honors artists and musicians as well as filmmakers, hair stylists, makeup artists, and accessory designers. We’re particularly excited to find out about their RAW Visual Artist of the Year, Jennifer Hansen from San Francisco and Photographer of the Year, Kait O’Brien from Minnesota.... [more]

Salesroom Artist: Kathryn Arnold  
12/19/13 Posted 12/19/13

(Image: Kathryn Arnold, A Poet's Momentos, 2010; © Kathryn Arnold) Kathryn Arnold (lives in San Francisco, CA) The paintings are a result of intuitive nonobjective processes and contain my search for visual "magic". The sense of touch and chaotic energy of color and marks play an important role in building up layers that function to create and encompassing, enveloping field and bewildering space. The grid at times becomes a reference point and the intrinsic relating of parts form poetry; an int... [more]

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