A Safe Harbor

Chris Stokes

A Safe Harbor

Gantry And Experimental Distillation Unit #2
Gantry And Experimental Distillation Unit #567
Experimental Distillation Unit #8 and #2
Just Off The Coast

Chris Stokes

Just Off The Coast

Gantry System #5

Chris Stokes

Gantry System #5

Experimental Distillation Unit #5 and #7
View Of Mount Royal From Charles Ransom's House Boat
The House Of Mr. Lomax

Chris Stokes

The House Of Mr. Lomax

Experimental Distillation Unit #2
Gantry System #8 and #6
Experimental Distillation Unit #05
Gantry System #9 and #8
Cloud Component #493

Chris Stokes

Cloud Component #493

Sunshine Component #11

Chris Stokes

Sunshine Component #11

Some Things Change, But Love Remains The Same
The Road That Led Me Back To You
On the Way to Grandmas House
The Shifting Of Memory
Something New In A Familiar Place
Larkin At Night

Daniel Chen

Larkin At Night

A Long Way Home

Daniel Chen

A Long Way Home

Tribute

Fernando Reyes

Tribute

Deep Blue See

Fernando Reyes

Deep Blue See

Spectrum

Fernando Reyes

Spectrum

Eye Candy

Fernando Reyes

Eye Candy

Marmalade

Fernando Reyes

Marmalade

Clan

Fernando Reyes

Clan

Mecca

Fernando Reyes

Mecca

Construct

Construct

September 29, 2018 - October 29, 2018

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 recent 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.

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.

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.

Recent Video

Preview: Immortal

Preview: Immortal

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Preview: The Changing Cityscape

Preview: The Changing Cityscape

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Preview: Year of the Dog

Preview: Year of the Dog

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Preview: Invisible Places

Preview: Invisible Places

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Preview: Wildflower Child

Preview: Wildflower Child

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Visions Collide

Visions Collide

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Preview: Visions Collide

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Familiar Places

Familiar Places

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Project Documentary

Project Grand SF

Project Documentary

Project Grand SF