Spring Garden Group Show

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Path In Golden Gate Park, 2010 Acrylic/Wood Burning 16"X20" © Tracy Stroder
Red Flowers, 2010 Oil On Canvas 16" X 20" © Matthew Felix Sun
Flowers in Blue Vase, 2000 Oil On Canvas 24" X 18" © Matthew Felix Sun
Yellow Bird Acrylic Paint On Canvas 8"Hx10"W © 2010
Spring Garden Group Show
Curated by: Oscar Guevara

3169 16th Street
(btw Guerrero & Valencia)
San Francisco, CA 94103
March 5th, 2010 - March 31st, 2010
Opening: March 5th, 2010 7:00 PM - 10:00 PM

Mon-Sun: 1pm - 7pm
photography, mixed-media, digital, graffiti/street-art, conceptual, pop, landscape, surrealism, figurative, modern, traditional, sculpture


Spring Garden Group Show

The Artist-Xchange gallery will be showcasing works that are representative of the theme "Spring Garden", representative or symbolic of the following concepts (springtime, blooming, nature, plants, flowers, vegetation).

Opening Reception: Fri, Mar 5th, 7 PM to 10 PM

Exhibit ends Mar 31st

Venue: Artist-Xchange

Address: 3169 16th St (btw Guerrero & Valencia), SF, CA 94103

Tel. no.: 415-864-1490

Free admission

Spring Garden artists: Amanda Potter,Azar Vaghefi, Bruce Katz, Eko Jewelry Designs, Eve Shen, Mark Lifvendahl, Heidi Durbin, Junko Van Norman, Kelcie Tinker, Laura Browning, Laura Taylor, Marilyn Jones, Mary Tivadar, Maureen Shields, Melissa Yarbrough, Matthew Felix Sun, Patti Heimburger,, Rebecca Peters, Renee G. Eaton, Rivkah Kaz, Shilo Ratner, Sonia Gill, Stephanie Mufson, Thailan When, Tracy Stroder.

New works by: Aiko Designs, Amoreena Berg, Brianne Hans, Charlie Homo, Georgianne Fastaia, Hiroko Sakai, KKPW Designs, Nefer JewelryPia F. Walker, Project –Transaction, Rebecca Roman, Steven Wilber, Tim Lukowiak, Will Manville, Hilary Williams, David Imlay, MZZTRZZ, Helen Friedman, Faccia Felice.

Music By: Austin Fraser

For two years, Austin Fraser has been spreading his unique brand of silky-smooth, neon-lit electro-pop in clubs from San Francisco to Brooklyn with his band Butterfly Bones, garnering props from tastemaking blogs such as Big Stereo, Hot Biscuits, and Cream Team. But when he doesn’t have his boys to back him up, he keeps the party rocking on the decks and the fader. Blending the feel-good classics of house, disco, techno, and funk with today’s more avant-garde dance-floor experiments, Fraser’s sets keep audiences moving with ne’er a dull moment.

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