Artist Vanesa Gingold, Curator Alexandra Picard and I are hosting an artist talk at SPACE 151 this Saturday, August 5th from 4:00-6:00 PM. Please join us for a meet and greet and a tour of the show where we’ll be available to answer questions about our process and inspiration.
This exhibition explores the natural genesis of material and form through light, translucency, surface texture and structure. Bringing together sculpture, painting and drawing, Volupté highlights a series of works that suggest mappings of the intangible formations that sustain us in the physical universe. The exhibition will be on view at SPACE 151 from July 20 - September 7, 2017. Opening and closing receptions will be held Thursday, July 20 from 5-8 pm and Thursday, September 7 from 5-8 pm. In addition, an Artists Talk will take place Saturday, August 5 from 4-6 pm.
Give the gift of art this year! This Sunday, December 11 from 1 - 5 PM, I will be participating in a Holiday Open Studio event at 1890 Bryant Street, located in San Francisco's Mission District. 40 artists, myself included, will open our doors for an afternoon of holiday cheer and a chance to finish (or begin!) your holiday shopping. Please stop by studio 315 for a visit!
Material Limit will be on view from June 18th - July 30 with an opening reception on Saturday June 18th from 6-9pm. The artists will be in attendance.
The exhibition brings together two Bay Area-based women sculptors Alexis Arnold and Mary Button Durell. These two artists’ practices center around the sustained investigation of material, and how that material interacts with space, light and time.
The Parking Lot Art Fair is pleased to announce its inaugural event, taking place in a parking lot in San Francisco on Saturday, May 2nd from 6 AM to 1 PM. On this Saturday morning over 60 artists will converge on a parking lot in San Francisco, not far from the stART Up Art Fair and Art Market, and set up their own independent projects to form the Parking Lot Art Fair. The Parking Lot Art Fair is a renegade, DIY, artist-driven fair/happening. This fair will ask for no entrance fee for participants or patrons, and take no percentage of artist profits. The location of this art fair will be announced the evening before the fair through Parking Lot Art Fair’s social media channels.