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Bay Area Contemporary Art: "The Second Tranche"

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Untitled, 2008 Acrylic 10" X 10" © 2008 April Hankins
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Brahmin's Dream #21 Oil On Canvas 46" X 46" © 2009 Takeshi Nakayoshi
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Charlie Chaplin doesn't smile, 2008 Oil On Canvas 59" X 63" © 2009 Mi Jung Penzien
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Untitled 36" X 36" © 2009 Elizabeth Tana
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Setting Sun 29" X20" © 2009 Anna W. Edwards
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Untitled Oil On Canvas © 2000 Roc Hopkins
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Untitled © 2009 Tama Greenberg
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Untitled © 1995 Eileen Downey
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Untitled, 2008 Oil On Board 36" X 48" © 2008 John Smiddy
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Conversation © 2009 Sona Holman
Bay Area Contemporary Art: "The Second Tranche"
Curated by: Geoffrey Smith

218 Mississippi Street
San Francisco, CA 94107
August 20th, 2009 - October 29th, 2009
Opening: August 20th, 2009 5:00 PM - 8:00 PM

QUICK FACTS
WEBSITE:  
http://www.chromaartdesign.com
NEIGHBORHOOD:  
Potrero District
EMAIL:  
info@chromaartdesign.com
PHONE:  
415-552-9661
OPEN HOURS:  
Monday - Friday 9:00am - 5:00pm
TAGS:  
modern
COST:  
Free and open to the public

DESCRIPTION

Curator Geoffrey Smith of ArtTreasures.net has been working diligently with veteran Bay Area artist Takeshi Nakayoshi to assemble a diverse yet complementary group of contemporary Bay Area artists, to organize group shows for these artists, and to help market their works. “The Second Tranche” is the second show this year at Chroma Art Design for this group. Five new artists have been added including Eileen Downey, a former student of David Park and participant in the earlier Bay Area Figurative art movement. Continuing artists include Takeshi Nakayoshi, whose latest work is heavily inspired by Michelangelo Antonioni, one of Italy's most influential post-war film directors; and April Hankins, who travels regularly between her studios in San Francisco and New York to participate in the art world in both locations.