Sacred Alchemy

Sacred Alchemy

June 3, 2017 - July 3, 2017

Sacred Alchemy is a series of paintings and murals inspired by the delicacy of Sacred Geometry and its intricate weaving into the Alchemy of Life. June 2017 marks the one year anniversary of Lynn beginning a very powerful and life changing process. Having undergone a personal transformation of body and mind, she would like to share the positive energy that has been awakened inside of her through illustrative depictions of feminine strength, beauty, and symbols of the natural and surreal world.

Amanda Lynn

Amandalynn is a San Francisco based Muralist, Fine Artist, Conservator, and Art Director. Inspired by the female form and spirit, Amandalynn depicts strong, seductive women and illustrates their strength through line work and decorative patterning. Her works 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 the infamous graffiti collective, The Seventh Letter. She believes that sharing the creative process with others is the key to living an inspired life. Amandalynn has a Bachelor's of Fine Art from the San Francisco Academy of Art.

Sacred Alchemy Benefit

Sacred Alchemy Benefit

June 3, 2017 - July 3, 2017

A benefit group show for The Homeless Prenatal Program, inspired by Amandalynn's personal transformation as well as the amazing art community of San Francisco, the current state of our country has highlighted problems that still run deep in our society. She has thus put together a roster of local artists who create beautiful and inspiring works that engage in supporting the important feminine energy of this city. Proceeds from this exhibition will support women and children, and help them grow to create healthy positive futures.

Andy Diaz Hope

Amanda Lynn

Amandalynn is a San Francisco based Muralist, Fine Artist, Conservator, and Art Director. Inspired by the female form and spirit, Amandalynn depicts strong, seductive women and illustrates their strength through line work and decorative patterning. Her works 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 the infamous graffiti collective, The Seventh Letter. She believes that sharing the creative process with others is the key to living an inspired life. Amandalynn has a Bachelor's of Fine Art from the San Francisco Academy of Art.

Cecilia Wingate

Dana Fernie

Helice Wen

Jet Martinez

Jet Martinez's paintings reinterpret the Mexican folk art of Amate paintings, which depict birds and other animals within bright botanical scenery. Though stylized in a flat, graphic manner, the use and application of color create vibrance - static imagery celebrating life at its most ecstatic. Martinez begins with a traditional rendering, then integrates his own visual language.

Martinez is a graduate of the San Francisco Art Institute. He was the first artist-in-residence at Facebook Headquarters and serves as art director for the Clarion Alley Mural Project.

Joshua Lawyer

Joshua Lawyer is a self-taught artist with a background in painting on walls that didn’t belong to him. He now depicts beautiful women juxtaposed against the gray industrial backgrounds that inspired him. He was born and raised, and still lives and works in the Bay Area.

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.

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.

Lucien Shapiro

Margaretta Grazier

Melanie Alves

MJ Lindo

MJ Lindo paints her dreams, fantasies, and nightmares in the expressions of the women in her pieces. They attempt to evoke emotion and wonder, yet also provide insight into the contemporary female story. Lindo was born in Nicaragua, raised in Canada, and now lives and works in the Bay Area.

Monty Guy

Monty Guy is a San Francisco-based painter and illustrator whose earliest memories are drawing in the entryway of his parents’ home in Southern California. A true artist, he is passionate and constantly compelled to create, seeing beauty and inspiration in everything around him. His acute attention to detail conveys his dedication to creation and craftsmanship.

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. She finds inspiration in the organic yet urban landscape of the city and its surroundings, and is also highly influenced by her travels and the variety of beings that she encounters along the way. She holds a degree from Parsons School of Design in Illustration.

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