Clouds Over Cefalu

Anthony Holdsworth

Clouds Over Cefalu

Pauli, Kim & Nabil At Grand Coffee
Morning In Matera

Anthony Holdsworth

Morning In Matera

Transition In The Mission #2

Anthony Holdsworth

Transition In The Mission #2

Meow, Meow Meow, Meow, Grr
Spring Growing

Ivy Jacobsen

Spring Growing

All Our Wishes

Lela Shields

All Our Wishes

Seedholders In The Garden
The Night Watchers

Joshua Coffy

The Night Watchers

Conversations With The Old Masters
Watchful Eyes

Joshua Coffy

Watchful Eyes

The Gift

Joshua Coffy

The Gift

From A Distance, Most Things Look Beautiful
The Moonlight Shown Beautifully On Every Thing
It Couldn't End Like Any Other Dream
But Something This Strange Is A First
Ramble

Alec Huxley

Ramble

Roam

Alec Huxley

Roam

Golden Gate Pranava

Alec Huxley

Golden Gate Pranava

Tales of the City

Ursula Xanthe Young

Tales of the City

Amor Fati II

David Ball

Amor Fati II

Jetsam

David Ball

Jetsam

Amor Fati III

David Ball

Amor Fati III

Drowning

David Ball

Drowning

Origin

Kevin Earl Taylor

Origin

Go Green

t.w.five

Go Green

The Conversation

Eric Johnston

The Conversation

Sisters And Brothers

Kelly Ording

Sisters And Brothers

What You See When You Close Your Eyes
Paradise

Amanda Lynn

Paradise

Field of Poppies

Ursula Xanthe Young

Field of Poppies

All Day I Dream

Ursula Xanthe Young

All Day I Dream

Opening Reception on Saturday, December 7, 2019 from 6 to 9PM.

2020 Preview

2020 Preview

December 7, 2019 - January 6, 2020

Alec Huxley

Alec Huxley is a painter based in San Francisco. His work, primarily representational, is filled with contrast. Simultaneously stark and colorful, it focuses on landscapes of the American West Coast. Cinematic scenes serve as imperfect records of place, time and architecture for space travellers and wild animals. A self taught artist, his background includes studies in business, graphic design, photography, as well as a career in printing before committing to fine art.

Ariel Gold

Amanda Lynn

Amandalynn is a San Francisco-based muralist, fine artist, conservator, and art director. Inspired by the female form and spirit, she depicts strong, seductive women and illustrates their strength through line work and decorative patterning. Her work can be found in galleries and streets all over the world. She began developing her distinct street art style mural work in 2001, painting alongside infamous graffiti collective The Seventh Letter. She believes that sharing the creative process with others is the key to an inspired life. Amandalynn has a Bachelor's of Fine Art from the San Francisco Academy of Art.

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Chris Stokes

Chris Stokes uses mixed media to interlace and layer unassuming combinations of color, lines and found materials. Elements from literature, cultural symbols, and architecture meld together to become art that equals more than the sum of its parts. Born in Philadelphia, the long-time San Francisco resident’s work is a reflection of his travels, his ever-evolving perspective of the world, and an interest in science fiction. The resulting pieces represent new landscapes and structures that seem barely possible.

Daniel Chen

Daniel Chen is an oil painter based in San Francisco. His current body of work explores the way this technology has affected our visual language and shapes the way we think and remember the past. He holds a BFA from Academy of Art University and an MFA from California College of the Arts.

Eric Johnston

Eric Johnston uses academic realism, traditional surrealism, and abstract approaches to contemporary topics to create paintings that are direct manifestations of the way humans perceive nature and the environment in which they exist. The driving force behind his creativity is his search for meaning in our existence by connecting with the world through symbolic recognition. Drawing inspiration from his life, dreams, desires, and the parallel reality encompassing him, he questions our innate aspirations concerning personal happiness. Johnston received training in Fine Arts from the Academy of Art in San Francisco, and currently resides in Northern California.

Fernando Reyes

Fernando Reyes has evolved from a self-taught artist into a formally trained one, and from being purely representational to having a broad portfolio including abstract work. He received his BFA from The School of The Art Institute of Chicago and has lived and worked in Oakland since 1988.

J L King

J L King blends elements of surrealism and tromp l’oeil techniques, drawing inspiration from news, science, the nuance of simple mundane objects, and interesting phrases. She is a San Francisco native.

Joshua Coffy

Joshua Coffy draws inspiration from the natural world, scientific illustrations, his love of animals, and how humans relate to them. His work includes multiple layers of texture including paper patterns, maps, newspaper articles, and acrylic paint. He is a self-taught artist living and working in San Francisco.

Kelly Ording

Kelly Ording creates artwork that blends organic and geometric shapes with exact lines, pairing intuitive and mathematical mark-making. In doing so, she attempts to create and find beauty in simple things. Her pieces are as much about their creation process as the resulting imagery.

Ording is a graduate of San Francisco Art Institute. In addition to fine art, she creates large-scale public works and murals for locations such as Clarion Alley, Pelaga Park Recreation Center, Genentech, Facebook, and Kala Art Institute. This summer, she will complete a large-scale paving project at Unity Plaza, in conjunction with the San Francisco Department of Public Works and the San Francisco Arts Commission.

Lady Mags

Leon Loucheur

Leon Loucheur is a self-taught artist who focuses on the relationship between the natural and man-made worlds through the exploration of his own psychological biases. He lives and works in San Francisco.

Monty Guy

Monty Guy is a San Francisco painter and illustrator whose earliest memories are drawing in the entryway of his parents' home in Southern California. A true artist, he is constantly compelled to create and hone his craft, seeing beauty and inspiration in everything around him. He appreciates timelessness in his subject matter as well as in his often-used black and white color palette.

Nathan Tan

Nathan "Nate1" Tan was born in England and then immigrated to San Francisco as a child. A self-taught artist, he became a local graffiti legend in San Francisco and Daly City while a teenager. After earning a degree in graphic design at San Francisco State University, he worked professionally before starting a kids' hip hop clothing line called New Skool in 2003. Still based in San Francisco, Tan teaches graffiti and mural arts in addition to running New Skool and producing fine art.

Robert Bowen

Robert Bowen has been exhibiting his artwork throughout the US for over fifteen years. Bowen got his start through graffiti and street art, briefly attended art school, and continues self-schooling to obtain a classical education as a painter. He lives and works in San Francisco.

St. Monci

St. Monci meanders through the purely gestural and technical applications of abstraction, utilizing his training in street and studio art to create compositions that address perception and matter. He explores the most fundamental elements of art and design, in color and form, and how they relate to each other and the viewer. Dynamic matrices of architectural and graphic elements evoke a visceral reaction to otherwise static elements of flat shapes. St. Monci was born in the United States and raised in Puerto Rico. He returned to earn his BFA and MA at New York State University Oswego and is now based in Rochester NY.

t.w.five

t.w.five works with just one material — vinyl — and focuses largely on process. All shapes are hand-cut to size from large rolls of solid color vinyl, and then carefully applied to a surface of the work. Each work is made of intricately repeating patterns, which require hours of rigorous work. The finished product is a labor of love, weaved and realized by two sets of skillful hands. Born and raised in Sweden and Brazil, respectively, t.w.five is an international art duo based in San Francisco, California. Each artist holds a Masters of Fine Art from San Jose State University and have enjoyed numerous solo exhibitions in the Bay Area and abroad.

Ursula Xanthe Young

Ursula Xanthe Young is a painter, illustrator, and graphic designer whose urban fairy tale images have become a trademark of street culture in San Francisco and beyond. Her fine-lined illustrations and colorful modern paintings exude a style that is unique and appealing to art lovers of all kinds. Young grew up in the green rural dales of Northern England and studied art in New York, Florence, Vermont, Oslo, and London. After graduating from Parsons School of Design (BFA Illustration 1996), she moved to San Francisco’s Lower Haight district and spent nearly a decade there. Following a stint in Alaska, Ursula has settled in Grass Valley CA, where she now lives and works.

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