SUMMER – FALL EXHIBITIONS
What Gives Us Joy, Juried Member's Show, SFWA, Aug. 7-Sept.8, 647 Irving St., SF
Drawing from Life, Solo Show, Curated by Abrams Claghorn Gallery for Grove Salon
Reception: Fri., Aug. 24, 6:30 – 8pm, Aug. 5 to Sept. 29, 1483 Solano Ave., Albany, CA
Friendly Fire, Invitational Group Show, The Wessling Gallery
Reception: Fri., Sept. 5, 5-9pm
Sept. 5-29, 440 Brannan St. (btw 3rd – 4th), SF
Gaia – Climate Change, Juried Open Show, SFWA
Reception Thurs., Sept. 13, 5:30-8pm
Sept. 12-Oct.4, 647 Irving St., SF
Invitational Group Show, Honoring Breast Cancer Awareness Month, Spark Arts,
Reception: Thurs., Oct. 4, 6-8pm, Oct. 4-29, 4229 18th St., SF
OCT. – NOV. – Pealing Back the Layers, ArtSpan Open Studios at SFWA
VIP Reception: Sat., Nov. 3, 10am – Noon,Open Studios Weekend 4 Nov. 3-4, 11-6pm, Oct.9 – Nov. 10,
647 Irving St., SF
NOV. – Invitational Group Show, ArtSpan Open Studios at Spark Arts, Weekend 5: Nov. 11-12, 11am-6pm, 4229 18th St., SF
STOP BY AND SEE ME GIVING ART-MAKING DEMOS ON SAT. & SUN., OCT. 27 & 28 AT SFWA!
A full list of shows is included in my CV, available here
Freshly featured in August 2018! See "The Mix" on the Bay Area Made website home page:
And more recent Facebook Coverage at:
Here's a feature about my site-specific art installation at the Troll House Residency posted on the Bay Area Made website:
Read Jonathan Farrell's insightful article about the show and see a selection of Derek Hargrove's photographs of our opening reception and gallery Installation, at Back to the Picture, Paradise Lost, on Catherine Merrill's (the curator) website.
Did you Know?
New! Metal Prints
Keep checking in here as I add new work! Here's my current series of dye-sublimated prints on aluminum. Interested in the background on how these developed? Read my blog post on the series.
"A fiesta is a party, a carnival, a holiday, a celebration. I celebrate the body each time I draw a figure. I celebrate our freedom of expression through our bodies, and through line and color. (My body is not a temple, it's a playhouse)."
"By combining a photo of an ancient temple in Burma with a life drawing, I'm melding time, place, and media. With irony, I'm placing a nude female in a sacred Buddhist context. She is escaping, contorting, and climbing out - emerging from a traditional society and suggesting we consider the oppressive impact of religion on the Rohingya minority in Burma."
A Select Series of Prints on Paper
These very limited editions of fine art prints are originally created on my iPad Pro. They are archival pigment prints. Each is signed and numbered, mounted and framed. Most are also available as unframed A/Ps.
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