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...
Photos from Saturday November 9, 2019 in San Francisco where we hosted the West Coast reception for Esprit de Corps alongside Haven Gallery in New York. Both galleries invited some of their most exciting artists for an exhibition about camaraderie, fellowship, and the common loyalty shared by the members of our collective art community.
Photos from Saturday October 12, 2019 in San Francisco where we opened Microcosm the San Francisco debut solo exhibition from embroidery artist Jessica So Ren Tang alongside a group show of textile and fellow embroidery artists.
Photos from Saturday September 14, 2019 in San Francisco where we opened the San Francisco debut solo exhibition from Tracy Lewis and a featured exhibition from local San Francisco artist and sculptress Erika Sanada. Both artists were in attendance, along with an incredibly supportive and fun crowd.
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.
Saturday June 8 on a rare, warm San Francisco night we opened our doors to debut our 7th annual portrait invitational 'Self-ish' and celebrate the gallery's 9th anniversary. We were thrilled to have many exhibiting artists to accompany their likeness at the reception alongside gallery patrons.
Our newest group exhibition, Dialogues opened Saturday May 11 to a packed house filled with SF locals. The exhibition curated by gallery artist Emilio Villalba, presents twelve Bay-Area artists working in various media, and exploring unique methods of visual communication.
On the evening of Saturday, April 20. 2019 the gallery opened it's doors to the long-awaited solo exhibition of Lacey Bryant, The Slow Tarot. Supporters, fans, and friends flooded the gallery to view all 81 original oil paintings spanning over 6 years of hard work by the artist. The gallery walls were covered with Lacey's colorful narratives enchanting viewers with a veritable feast for the eyes. The exhibition is on view through May 4, 2019.
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