Tuesday, October 13, 2015
Sunday, August 2, 2015
Saturday, July 18, 2015
Curating Loss and Resilience While the City Goes Boom!$$$$
This show addresses the impact of soaring rents, pending evictions, and growing homogeneity on San Francisco's dwindling bohemian class. Echoing the uncertainty felt by many artists and outliers who have called SF their home for decades, the exhibit seeks to create an environment that elicits communal longing, shared memory, and a gnawing, visceral sense of instability.
It also features the work of Matt Frederick, Randy Beckleheimer, Katja Liebenath, Sarah Newton, and Andrew McKinley
614 Alabama St.
open by appointment most days 10-5
through September 13
Paintings and prints of built environments in California and Texas.
reception July 29
email me to RSVP
Friday, May 29, 2015
Top to bottom:
A view of the southern coast of Iceland. 28"x50" Done over an old painting.
The lunar eclipse we had a few months ago shot from our roof by Jon. About 22"x34".
A little, 7"x5", waterfall done using a monotype I made last year as reference.
A study of the night sky in south Texas. 12"x16"
A larger painting of a similar view done over another old painting. 28"x50"