The New Mission #2

Anthony Holdsworth

The New Mission #2

Lucca Ravioli

Anthony Holdsworth

Lucca Ravioli

Boogaloos #1

Anthony Holdsworth

Boogaloos #1

View From Lucca Ravioli

Anthony Holdsworth

View From Lucca Ravioli

Café Revolution

Anthony Holdsworth

Café Revolution

In Light Of The Fires: 23rd & Mission Streets
Cypress At Garfield Park #1

Anthony Holdsworth

Cypress At Garfield Park #1

In Light Of The Fires: Valencia Cyclery
Cypress At Garfield Park #2

Anthony Holdsworth

Cypress At Garfield Park #2

The Mission In Transition

Anthony Holdsworth

The Mission In Transition

Bernal Hill Series #5

Anthony Holdsworth

Bernal Hill Series #5

Winter Light

Anthony Holdsworth

Winter Light

Boogaloos #2

Anthony Holdsworth

Boogaloos #2

Vendor On Mission

Anthony Holdsworth

Vendor On Mission

Spring In The Mission

Anthony Holdsworth

Spring In The Mission

Cypress At Garfield Park #3

Anthony Holdsworth

Cypress At Garfield Park #3

Army Vet Needs...

Anthony Holdsworth

Army Vet Needs...

First Winter Storm In The Mission
Between Showers

Anthony Holdsworth

Between Showers

After The Deluge

Anthony Holdsworth

After The Deluge

El Farolito

Anthony Holdsworth

El Farolito

23rd and Mission Market

Anthony Holdsworth

23rd and Mission Market

El Chico Produce #2

Anthony Holdsworth

El Chico Produce #2

That's It #2

Anthony Holdsworth

That's It #2

Showers at 23rd and Mission

Anthony Holdsworth

Showers at 23rd and Mission

The Return of Mission Lake

Anthony Holdsworth

The Return of Mission Lake

Signs Of The Times

Beryl Landau

Signs Of The Times

CAT

Beryl Landau

CAT

Is This San Francisco?

Beryl Landau

Is This San Francisco?

Home

Beryl Landau

Home

Fence With Ballpark

Beryl Landau

Fence With Ballpark

Hoodz

Beryl Landau

Hoodz

Heavy Machinery

Beryl Landau

Heavy Machinery

The Drop Off

Beryl Landau

The Drop Off

Rise And Shine

Beryl Landau

Rise And Shine

New Urban

Beryl Landau

New Urban

Fox Hardware

Beryl Landau

Fox Hardware

Bay Bridge From Mission Bay
Maersk Line

Beryl Landau

Maersk Line

High Color

Beryl Landau

High Color

Wires and Fog

Beryl Landau

Wires and Fog

Double Decker

Beryl Landau

Double Decker

Roof Level

Beryl Landau

Roof Level

True to Form

Beryl Landau

True to Form

Touch of Fog

Beryl Landau

Touch of Fog

New Development

Beryl Landau

New Development

Local Icons

Beryl Landau

Local Icons

Steep

Beryl Landau

Steep

Traffic Jam

Beryl Landau

Traffic Jam

The Changing Cityscape

The Changing Cityscape

April 28, 2018 - May 28, 2018

Despite the fact both Anthony Holdsworth and Beryl Landau have exhibited work for decades, The Changing Cityscape will be their very first dual show featuring San Francisco landscapes. Their styles present an interesting contrast in approach to a similar subject matter: the constantly evolving San Francisco skyline and neighborhoods.

While Holdsworth paints plein air, Landau works from photographs that she has taken. Holdsworth uses oil while Landau prefers acrylic. And Holdsworth attempts to capture the vibe of a particular place -- Landau evokes a feeling about it. The couple met in 1980 during an SFAI alumni show at SOMArts Gallery, when both were more evidently influenced by Bay Area Figurative Art. Through time and experience, they have each developed a signature style.

Anthony Holdsworth

Anthony Holdsworth was born in England and embarked on a painting career while working as Head of Outdoor Restoration for the Uffizi Gallery in Florence, Italy. He continued his studies at the Bournemouth College of Art in England, and then the San Francisco Art Institute. Originally a landscape artist influenced by the Bay Area Figurative Art movement, Holdsworth began painting plein air cityscapes near his Oakland studio. Eventually he made his way to San Francisco’s Mission District, as well as more detailed renderings. He has shown with major galleries through California and has been a recipient of the WESTAF-NEA fellowship. Holdsworth lives in San Francisco, and works both there and in Oakland.

Beryl Landau

Beryl Landau is a San Francisco-based artist who describes her work as “symbolic landscape”. Her acrylic paintings depict geographical locations rendered in a manner that evokes feelings about them. Born in New York City, Landau moved to Santa Monica CA at the age of 15, then arrived in San Francisco in the 1960s to attain BFA and MFA degrees at the San Francisco Art Institute. Her teachers included Richard Diebenkorn, Elmer Bischoff, and Joan Brown. She lives and works in Bernal Heights.

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