Marie-Eve Proteau is a Canadian artist living in Austria. After exploring her work as a painter through various unconventional mediums, she now focuses on her first twisted love: acrylic on canvas. Her paintings capture female figures in contemplative states of human emotion. We are honored to feature her radiant piece “Black Lagoon” in our Mermay exhibition.
David Natale is an internationally exhibited artist whose work depicts fantasy figures and creatures in vibrant prismatic hues. We are honored to feature one of his hybrid sirens in our Mermay exhibition.
Jeannie Lynn Paske is a self-taught artist from Portland, Oregon. She creates other-worldly art using mythical creatures, large monsters, and swirling colors. As we shelter-in-place, her art transports to fantasy worlds we long to visit. We are delighted to have an enchanting piece by her in our Mermay exhibition.
Lacey Bryant is a Bay Area-based artist working primarily in oil. Her body of work blends reality with insightful explorations of imagination in landscape and portraiture. In 2019 she collaborated with us to create 81 oil paintings for the Slow Tarot deck. We are delighted to feature her painting “Sargasso” in our MERMAY exhibition.
Vahge is a self-taught artist based in Brooklyn, NY. She creates intricate and striking collage using contemporary images and iconography. Her work has been requested by clients, including Universal Music, and featured by galleries around the world. We are delighted to feature her entrancing piece, “Majesty” in our Mermay exhibition.
We are thrilled to debut Lara Dann's first gallery solo exhibition, 'Sirens of the Zodiac' this month at the gallery. We took this opportunity to ask Lara a few questions about how her work, what's new, and the inspiration behind her latest series.
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.
Today, we are thrilled to announce that we are moving the gallery in 2020 to a beautiful new space in the city, at the heart of the central arts district. The new location doubles our available exhibition, artwork storage, and production space while creating new opportunities...
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