Bay Area Artists Category

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Yes, No, Maybe: Artists Working at Crown Point Press is celebrated by an array of public programs at the National Gallery of Art, including lectures, a concert, gallery talks, and a variety of offerings in the Gallery Shops. All programs are free of charge in the East Building Auditorium unless otherwise noted. Seating is available on a first-come, first-served basis. Featuring 125 working proofs and edition prints produced between 1972 and 2010 at Crown Point Press in San Francisco, one of the most influential printmaking studios of the last halfRead More
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By all measure this year’s ArtPadSF was another huge success. This is a very different and casual art fair; held at the Phoenix Hotel it was a very laid back way to stroll and shop for art. The San Francisco and Bay Area artists at the Tenderloin’s Gauntlet Gallery seem to pull no punches when it comes to making social and political statements with their art, very often with such bright and vivid palettes. I’m drawn right in by Chilean artist and illustrator Fab Ciraolo’s pop culture rendering of FridaRead More
SFMOMA at Crissy Field
Partnership with the National Park Service and Golden Gate National Parks Conservancy, Yearlong Waterfront Display at Crissy Field Will Be Free to Public It’s safe to say a museum like SFMOMA doesn’t do anything small, quiet or diminutive. If they’re closing for three years for one incredible expansion project and a series of off-site programming, they will do it large, with a very visible presence. Beginning officially on May 22nd through May 26, 2014, SFMOMA will present a major outdoor exhibition of sculptor Mark di Suvero’s works near the GoldenRead More
Through Sunday, May, 19th Exhibition hours: 11 am–6 pm daily A lot of art going on this weekend, but this event is one to catch – the San Francisco Art Institute MFA show, Currency, a showcase of provocative new work from nearly 100 emerging artists. Chosen as a subject during a time of ongoing and changing economic conditions, this exhibition at The Old Mint offers a unique opportunity for SFAI’s artists to juxtapose contemporary expression with a stunning National Historic Landmark that was central to the country’s economic development. SFAI’sRead More
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Posted On April 20, 2013By SFsthetikIn abstract, Art, Bay Area Artists

New Art: In Search Of… #240

  had a great time working on this one – an exploration within an exploration, searching within. Earth tones, terrestrial looking visual themes continue to be explored, a sense of movement – on the way somewhere, or watching others in motion.Read More
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video artist: Mark Gould   Instead of dissolves, I tried optical frame blending at the suggestion of someone on the Studio Artist users group forum. You get some interesting morph-like transitions which gives the piece a more organic feel. Thanks to Lucas. Images started as original photography, long exposures of lights and motion, then processed by the great paint synthesizer (and so much more,) Studio Artist by Synthetik, synthetik.com For installation works my vision is that the change rate of the image would be slowed down considerably. Think about aRead More
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You may have seen the familiar black, blue, red and white of D Young V’s art on the street or in a gallery, his graffiti style is intentional and finely tuned. D Young V, aka David Young has two art degrees and while his work takes on the street aesthetic he is a highly skilled artist with what he calls a “post-apocalyptic” message. Young uses street metaphor and appropriated images to investigate the hyper-speed of science and technology and the questions it imposes on issues of race and cultural identity.Read More
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night photography: bracketed exposure @ f2.8 w. digital manipulation 1.4.2014Read More
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mixed media 24″ x 30″ on 300g printmaking paper, digital image transfer print, pigment inks, gel pen, acrylics  Read More
Silent Winter at The Castro Theatre
Silent Winter at the Castro Theatre The San Francisco Silent Film Festival will exhibit five films on Saturday, February 16th as part of its Silent Winter program beginning at 10:30 opening and the screening of Snow White with musical accompaniment Donald Sosin on grand piano. According to the Silent Film Festival promotional material this film was Walt Disney’s original inspiration and is part of The Walt Disney Family Museum’s celebration of Disney’s Snow White. Other films are a selection of Buster Keaton shorts, The Thief of Baghdad, My Best GirlRead More