by Bradley Platz

Photos from Saturday July 13, 2019 in San Francisco where we opened the San Francisco debut solo exhibition from NY-based artist Lori Nelson and a featured exhibition from local San Francisco artist and illustrator Mary Syring. Both artists were in attendance, along with an incredibly supportive and fun crowd. Remaining works from both exhibitions can be viewed online at the links below.

Lori Nelson: Secret Self

Mary Syring: Bloodline

 Mary Syring and Lori Nelson at Modern Eden Gallery, July 14, 2019Lori Nelson ArtistArtwork by Mary Syring 2019Artwork by Lori Nelson 2019Bradley Platz and Michael Campbell at Modern Eden

Crowd at Modern Eden

Bradley Platz at Modern Eden Gallery

Modern Eden in North Beach, SF 2019

Opening reception July 14 at Modern Eden Gallery, SF

Artist Lori Nelson and friends at Modern Eden SF

Works by Lori Nelson at Modern Eden Gallery July 2019

Works by Mary Syring 2019

Modern Eden Gallery SF

Mary Syring at Modern Eden Gallery in San Francisco

Friends and fans at Modern Eden July 2019

Mary Syring at Modern Eden

works by Mary Syring

Opening reception at Modern Eden

Lori Nelson at Modern Eden

Lori Nelson at Modern Eden Gallery

Opening reception at Modern Eden Gallery

Works by Mary Syring at the opening of her exhibition Bloodline

Mary Syring: Bloodline at Modern Eden

Lori Nelson: Secret Self at Modern Eden

Mary Syring, Bradley Platz, Kim Larson, Lori Nelson at Modern Eden Gallery


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