Artist + Curator Interviews, Event Photos, and News
Sheri DeBow celebrated her newest collection of expressive dolls for Return of the Bubblegum Princess last Friday, March 3rd alongside friends and family. Here are some photos from the opening reception! Work is on view until March 25th.
Event photos from the opening reception of Crystal Morey's Delicate Dependencies and Emilio Villalba's Talk to Me on October 14, 2016. Thanks to everyone who made it out last Friday to celebrate, support, and take in all the incredible art by these two top Bay-Area contemporary artists. Both shows run through October 29 and can be viewed at the links above.
(September 17, 2016)
This past Saturday, we rolled out the red carpet to welcome an international roster of artists and collectors for our latest exhibition, Femme to Femme Fatale curated by Editor in Chief of the Australian-based art publication, beautiful.bizarre Magazine, Danijela Krha.
As soon as the doors opened, the gallery was buzzing with excitement. Artists delighted in meeting Krha while fans of participating artists were thrilled by a chance to chat with and see the artworks in person.
Femme to Femme Fatale is on view through October 8, 2016 at Modern Eden Gallery in San Francisco.
Red Carpet Fun:
Delighted to have the company of friends far and wide, last week we gathered for Jana Brike's latest solo show as well as an intimate musical serenade by Anomie Belle who sat beside a wall of artwork from her new album "Flux".
Jana, here all the way from Latvia, embodied the same poise and intricacy as her work while graciously mingling with collectors and other visiting artists. Her beautiful oil paintings fill the majority of the gallery, seeming to take us through a fairytale-like experience from an intriguingly conscious perspective.
Adjacently, a colorful wall of work features the same subject seen by 14 different artists, many of which were in attendance. Toward the end of the evening, Anomie Belle sat with her acoustic guitar and sang beautifully for the crowd. Hearing her while seeing the work brought out the beautiful commonality, confirmed by Anomie, which is a feeling of appearing and disappearing simultaneously.
Various conversations being had between artists and friends.
Jana Brike with her piece "The End of the Lonesome Road", a feature of her show "Superabundance of Ordinary Being"
Another angle of art discussion and camaraderie.
Musical artist Anomie Belle with feature solo artist Jana Brike.
A glimpse of the two shows at once.
Admiring a colorful corner of Jana's work.
Anomie Belle singing and playing beside the collection of work for her new album, "Flux".
Redd Walitzki, one of the group show artists, with her lazer cut and mixed media piece "Anomie Belle 004" in the background.
Enjoying the rare acoustic sounds of Anomie Belle, who typically plays electronic music.
The front of the gallery showing four of Jana's larger pieces in a peaceful natural light.
Last Saturday we celebrated a beautiful collection of moving and sentimental works by sculpture artist, Erika Sanada at her opening reception. Inspired by her childhood experiences of fear and concern, the summer's evening light provided a dreamlike setting for her delicate yet moody ceramic creatures.
Alongside Erika, we proudly revealed our group show called A-Chroma, featuring an array of primarily monochromatic artwork. This diverse collection, stripped of color, reveals the true talent and diligence behind black and white artwork.
Erika, our feature artist, with her showcased pieces "Bugging", "Cover My Eyes", and "Mentor".
A great turnout of friends, artists, and collectors enjoying the show.
Erika's "Two Tales - Bull Terrier" napping peacefully.
Some of Ron Norman and John Casey's work for A-Chroma can be seen through the gallery windows.
"Cold Shoulder" by Erika Sanada
Beautiful monochromatic works by Rodrigo Cifuentes, Joseph Pfeiffer-Herbert, Daniel Bilmes, Alex Louisa, and J.S. Weis
Saturday evening brought art lovers together for Lacey Bryant's Escape and New Books by Matthew Robertson where both Bay Area artists were in attendance. Lacey Bryant debuted an expressive new series created while in residency at Chalk Hill in Sonoma, CA. Matthew Robertson created a new series of book paintings to create a dimensional gallery display that wowed viewers. The exhibitions are on view through June 4, 2016, if you missed the opening, be sure to stop by the gallery soon!
Shots from the opening reception of Emilio Villalba's The Next Day—a solo exhibition of new oil paintings from the San Francisco-based artist. The show runs through April 30, 2016 at Modern Eden Gallery.
Diabolica, the latest solo exhibition of new works by gallery artist Leilani Bustamante is on view now through March 26. The show has been incredibly well received, and we are grateful to the many fans, patrons, and artists that made it to the opening reception. This occasion also marked the unveiling of Megan Buccere's latest series Oil & Dust.