Our April 5 artist of the day is Bay Area painter and muralist Amandalynn. We took this opportunity to ask her a few questions about how she's coping with our stay-at-home order and also discuss her upcoming solo exhibition at the gallery. Check it out!
On March 12, just four days before we received the shelter in place order in San Francisco, I had the chance to visit gallery artist Emilio Villalba’s home studio as he finished preparations on his upcoming solo exhibition, Back Home.Read on our blog.
Sandra Yagi is a surrealist painter working out of her San Francisco studio to create highly informed works inspired by the dramatic realities of ecological dynamics. Here, Sandra has had the graciousness to share very thought-provoking statistics about modern wildlife and the human influence along with a glimpse into how she translates those discoveries into works of art.
Known for her delicate yet evocative watercolors, Tracy’s art has understandably become highly sought after in galleries and the homes of her admirers. She graciously extends her knowledge to those interested via workshops in California, where she lives, as well as vacation destinations.
This month, we are elated to have Glenn Arthur presenting his solo show Succlusion, a collection of decadent beauty and fantasy inspired by nature. Back in the fall, when Glenn had just begun the series, we had the opportunity to interview him about inspiration, process, and his motto that "Practice makes proficient".
Sheri DeBow has graced our gallery once again for her showReturn of the Bubblegum Princess. Her dolls are intricately crafted with the same love and passion that is seen when looking at them. Sheri draws great inspiration from the love and joy that her family brings to her life and the fabulous eccentricity that makes her who she is.
We are pleased to present Oil & Dust, a mini solo exhibition of new works by Megan Buccere this March at the gallery. This new series will showcase this exciting artist with small works in the medium of (oil) paint and pastel (dust). We asked Megan a few questions about the exhibition specifically and about her artistic process in general.
Sarah Joncas is a Toronto based artist who has been showing in galleries since she was 16 years old. Her work has matured into a fine combination of highly skilled realism and whimsically graphic beauty. The following interview delves into her process, perfectionism, and continuous growth.