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"New Works for Spring" Art Exhibit & Reception

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Alta Plaza Park, 2009 Oil 20x16" © Elizabeth Stahl 2009
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Asilomar V, 2009 Encaustic Beeswax 8x8" © Margo Mullen
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Sutro Baths Sunset, 2009 Acrylic 14x18" © Elizabeth Stahl 2009
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Growing Almonds, 2009 Encaustic Beeswax 8x8" © Margo Mullen
"New Works for Spring" Art Exhibit & Reception

480 Gate 5 Road, Suite 237C
Sausalito, CA 94965
April 4th, 2009 - April 30th, 2009
Opening: April 24th, 2009 5:00 PM - 9:00 PM

QUICK FACTS
WEBSITE:  
http://www.kathleenmcmahon.com
NEIGHBORHOOD:  
North Bay/Napa
PHONE:  
415-673-0802
OPEN HOURS:  
Monday-Friday, 10:00-4:00 pm
TAGS:  
encaustics, mixed-media, landscape, abstract, modern
COST:  
Free

DESCRIPTION

Art Exhibit: "New Works for Spring"

Kathleen McMahon Fine Art Gallery is hosting an exhibit featuring the new works of two local artists.

Elizabeth Stahl paints in oil and acrylic and will be showing new work from her San Francisco parks series, which include Alta Plaza Park, Huntington Park and Sutro Baths.

Margo Mullen, from the Monterey Bay area, will be showing new work from her Asilomar and Growing Almonds series. Margo paints translucent beeswax encaustic paintings that include found objects from the Monterey Bay beaches.

There are many affordable pieces in this exhibit and a perfect opportunity for new collectors to have a stunning piece of original artwork in their home or work environment. The exhibit runs through the end of April.

There will be an artist reception April 24th, 5-9 pm. This is also the preview night for Spring Open Studios, where 8 artist building collectives in the Mission neighborhood of San Francisco will open their doors to the public. Most are within walking distance from each other. Spring Open Studios in the Mission continues Saturday and Sunday (April 25-26) 11-5 pm. It's a great time to come see what artists are working on! A map is available on our website under Current Events.

Kathleen McMahon Fine Art is located at 3150 18th Street in the Mission, but the actual gallery is on Treat Avenue, Suite 105 (street level), between 17th and 18th and between Folsom and Harrison.

For more information, see kathleenmcmahonfineart.com