Reflections of the Bay

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Parcel B Hunters Point Photography
Strum, 2008 Acrylic
Kelly White, 2008 Mixed Media 36" X 48" © Lucie Abdalian
Reflections of the Bay

1035 Market Street
San Francisco, CA 94104
September 25th, 2008 - December 2nd, 2008
Opening: September 25th, 2008 6:00 PM - 8:00 PM

Union Square/Civic Center
415 716-8661
by appointment
printmaking, photography, figurative, sculpture



San Francisco - California Modern Art Gallery and are pleased to announce REFLECTIONS OF THE BAY, the first annual juried competition and art show to benefit
Boys & Girls Clubs of San Francisco’s Tenderloin Clubhouse.   This exciting event features works by some of the Bay Area’s best artists. The exhibition opens on September 25, 2008 and closes December 2, 2008. This is a wonderful opportunity to see great local art and contribute to an organization that does so much for kids.


The esteemed panel of jurors selected over 150 works of art for this event including paintings, sculptures, photography and prints.   The jurors were Alan Bamberger, art consultant and author, publisher of, DeWitt Cheng, artist, curator and co-editor of SF Art Magazine and Inga Fischer, owner/operator California Modern Art Gallery.


Boys & Girls Clubs of San Francisco’s Tenderloin Clubhouse offers a safe place where young people can learn and grow.   The Club offers programs in five core areas, including the arts; character and leadership development; education and career development; health and life skills; and sport, fitness and recreation.  For just a $10 annual membership fee, the Clubs offer high quality staff, programs, and facilities in an environment that promotes respect, responsibility and fun.


A portion of the proceeds from this exhibition will be donated to Boys & Girls Clubs of San Francisco’s Tenderloin Clubhouse.   Also, artwork produced by children in a competition at the Tenderloin Clubhouse will be on exhibit during the opening of this exhibition at California Modern Art Gallery.

California Modern Art Gallery and MesArt will promote a Gala Opening, September 25, 2008, highlighting some of the Bay Area's best contemporary artists as well as providing a fun community event to support a great cause.




For Additional Information about the Exhibit:


Inga Fischer, California Modern Art Gallery, 1035 Market Street, San Francisco

416-716-8661 -


Marti McKee, Director Of Communications, Mesart

415-850-8300   -


For Additional Information about Boys and Girls Clubs of San Francisco:


Denise Cante – 415-