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Camille Blatrix at CCA Wattis Institute September 8th - November 19th
Posted 10/11/16

Heroe Camille Blatrix at CCA Wattis Institute, San Francisco, CA Curated by Anthony Huberman September 8 – November 19, 2016 Patience is important in this world. Arriving in Heroe at the CCA Wattis Instituteis like finding a lost friend not frantic and angry but silent, patiently waiting for you. You are confused because nothing is asked of you, all is delivered independently. Here, you don’t have to lift a finger, the room is not rigged it sings and dances effortlessly for you. Cam... [more]

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

THIS IS A MUST DO NOT MISS THIS !!!!! If you love the beats then love this [more]

Barbara Bartos: Catalogue Edition  
Posted 4/3/13

    Barbara BartosMixed MediaLives and works in : San FranciscoWebsite: www.barbarabartos.comTo Purchase Contact: Barbara Bartos     Barbara Bartos is a San Francisco-based, Romanian-born artist. She holds an MFA from the San Francisco Art Institute and a BFA from the University of Art and Design in Cluj, Romania.  Barbara’s work ranges from installation, environmental intervention, and sound to drawing and printmaking. Her work has been exhibited in international galleries and museu... [more]

20121017180119-exhibit_flyer_back_smaller THE CITY FROM SOMA GRAND by Wilma Parker, Critic-at-Large  
Patricia Araujo at SOMA Grand October 26th, 2012 - December 15th, 2012
Posted 12/12/12

                  Paintings by Patricia Araujo, seen in a linear format at SOMA Grand.    “In general,  the most interesting artists work out their own salvation”, a quote from Oliver Thomas, Art teacher at Eton on the work of Alexander Thynn (Book 11, Top Hat and Tails). This artist is a friend of Patricia’s, and work is the operative word. Blithly and innocently Patricia was handed a project that would have killed the proverbial horse. There ought to be a limit by law on the number of hats a... [more]

Salesroom Artist: David Perea  
8/26/12 Posted 8/26/12

(Image: David Perea, Vintage, Maiden of Berlin, photography; © David Perea)   David Perea (b. 1979, Arequipa; Peru / lives in San Francisco, California) David Perea Kihien is a self taught mixed media artist which work has evolved into visionary dimensions that challenge impressions and perceptions about ourselves and our planet. He creates visionary and positive compositions to discover new aesthetic personaes of the self.  

He has published books that are characterized by artful adventu... [more]

20120322234007-westcoastartassemblagepc2 The Art Assemblage Traditions carried forward  
Chris Bales, Spencer Brewer, Hans Bruhner, Leslie Caldera, Victoria Roberts, Susan Spencer, Michael Wilson at The Beat Art Gallery May 1st, 2012 - May 31st, 2012
Posted 4/13/12

West Coast Art Assemblage Show, May 1-31 Ukiah, CA As the art form of assemblage continues to captivate viewers and allure perspective designers, the discussion of art and meaning is alive and well under this seemingly random collection of parts and objects. During the month of May, seven influential artists, both established and newly discovered, will be represented at Ukiah’s innovative and alluring Beat Gallery on Perkins Street. This collection of recent works by Chris Bales, Spen... [more]

Michael Rauner: On Our San Francisco Watchlist  
3/20/12 Posted 3/20/12

(Image: Michael Rauner, Labyrinth, Sibley Volcanic Regional Preserve, Oakland; © Michael Rauner) Michael Rauner (b. 1969) Michael Rauner is a San Francisco-based photographer, bookmaker and installation artist. His photographs have recently been published by Chronicle Books in The Visionary State: A Journey through California’s Spiritual Landscape, a collaboration with author Erik Davis. He has shown his artwork at many venues, including Denver’s Museum of Contemporary Art, George Eastma... [more]

Suzy Barnard: On Our San Francisco Watchlist  
2/4/12 Posted 2/4/12

(Image: Suzy Barnard, Imogen Grey, 48"x74", oil on wood, 2011; © Suzy Barnard) Suzy Barnard (b. 1958, England) For the last seven years I have been mesmerized by the ships I see from my studio window at Pier 70 in San Francisco. The particular light and weather conditions of the San Francisco Bay create an ever-changing scene, shrouding and illuminating the ships and water in ways that continue to fascinate me. Sometimes ghostly and glimmering, sometimes glowing in the full glory of sunlight,... [more]

Jeff Blucher: On Our Artist Watchlist  
2/4/12 Posted 2/4/12

(Image: Jeff Blucher, Koi Pond No.1; © Jeff Blucher) Jeff Blucher (b. 1973, Saratoga Springs, NY) Jeff Blucher continues to define his artistic expression through his own balance of calculation and experimentation. He photographs the world around him with intention, creating images that have meaning, beauty, and thought behind them. He is primarily self-taught. His work has been featured in several exhibits, both local and national, including the 2011 Lensbaby Be Seen in DC exhibit. His pi... [more]

David Maisel: On Our San Francisco Watchlist  
4/29/11 Posted 4/29/11

(Image: David Maisel, History`s Shadow AV4,  40"x30", edition of seven; © David Maisel) David Maisel (b. 1961, New York, USA) David Maisel's large-scaled, otherworldly photographs chronicle the complex relationships between natural systems and human intervention, piecing together the fractured logic that informs them both. Maisel's aerial images of environmentally impacted sites explore the aesthetics and politics of open pit mines, clear-cut forests, and zones of water reclamation, framing the issues... [more]

Dan Lydersen: On Our San Francisco Watchlist  
3/29/11 Posted 3/29/11

(Image: Dan Lydersen, Front and Rear; © Jack Fischer Gallery) Dan Lydersen (b. 1980, Denver, CO) Dan Lydersen's recent paintings are a reconciliation between past and present, particularly in regard to Western culture’s notions of spirituality and the relationship between society and nature. Drawing from a variety of contemporary and historical sources, from the Renaissance to modern cinema, literature and popular culture, the paintings are an attempt to come to terms with the present through the... [more]

20110329140239-everything_is_its_own_reward_book_cvr_web Publishers Weekly Starred Review  
Paul Madonna at Electric Works April 29th, 2011 7:00 PM - 10:00 PM
Posted 3/29/11

Everything Is Its Own Reward: An All Over Coffee Collection Paul Madonna. City Lights, $27.95 (240p) ISBN 978-0-87286-515-0 In this exquisite second collection from his long-running weekly San Francisco Chronicle series All Over Coffee, Madonna captures snapshots in time as he explores the relationship between image and text, with a mixture of single- and multi-panel strips all presented vertically. Completely devoid of people but never of life, each panel revolves around a geographical setting... [more]

20110129112743-ronsaunders_web Karen Seneferu  
Ron Moultrie Saunders, karen seneferu at Krowswork January 29th, 2011 - March 11th, 2011
Posted 3/1/11

Karen Seneferu transformed a small room for "Passage" at Krowswork in Oakland (Jan. 29 - March 11).  Carefully-placed handmade sculptures and relics stand on the ground and are arrayed on the partially exposed wooden walls. White drawings made directly on the bare floor seem to be remnants from a ritual. Video of large round rising suns and moons projects on the largest wall. This space feels charged. Three sculptures resembling human figures (approx. 4' - 5'... [more]

20110207151126-eric_morgan_pr_jpeg Looking forward to taking a walk on the Morgan Side....  
ERIC MORGAN at Arts & Consciousness Gallery February 17th, 2011 - March 12th, 2011
Posted 2/7/11

I have really enjoyed seeing pieces of Eric's work over the last two years - drawings, paintings and videos. I can't wait to see an installation of his work in one room! [more]

EAST BAY OPEN STUDIOS 2010: Jane Norling  
6/3/10 Posted 6/3/10

(Source: Jane Norling website. Found on During the first two weekends in June, June 5-6 and June 12-13, and throughout the year by appointment, East Bay Open Studios connects the public with over 400 artists in 14 cities in the East Bay. Since 1979, this event remains the largest art event in the region and draws an annual audience over 50,000! Please join Jane first two weekends in June for Open Studios and the launch of her new series of painti... [more]

Tpoint_01 Artifacts discovered go on display March 10  
d'Arci Bruno, Pons Maar, Marc Ribaud at K Gallery @ Rhythmix Cultural Works March 10th, 2010 - April 2nd, 2010
Posted 3/3/10

Written by ERICJ.KOS    Published: THURSDAY, 25 FEBRUARY 2010 Alameda resident and famed wealthy industrialist Mr. Tommy recently pooled his resources with fellow eccentrics and explorers d'Arci Bruno and Marc Ribaud to reach beyond the "Civilized Pale" and discover what lies out of conceivable reach for many Alamedans. Indeed, the indomitable Mr. Tommy made his fortune in the distilling, tobacco, vanilla and film industries, amassing the unbelievable wealth required to organize an expedition to the F... [more]

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