Ben Needham

Born in Asia. Raised in New York City. Lives and works in the San Francisco Bay Area.


Berisford creates large-format realism and abstract paintings that highlight his impasto brushwork and bold design. He studied graphic design in his native London before embarking on a 25-year career in advertising. Soon after moving the the San Francisco Bay Area, he quit to become a fine artist. Drawing on his heritage as an art director, his composition is strong and graphic, using negative space to offset his subject matter.

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

Bill Zindel

Bill Zindel is an independent artist, illustrator, and designer who creates collages that are structured yet unrestrained, employing bold colors and patterns with geometric leanings and retro-futuristic tendencies. He draws inspiration from typography, signage, old records, and sacred geometry. His work as a designer informs his art

Blaine Fontana

Blaine Fontana is a Portland-based artist who imbues his vision with the divine symbolism of religious myth, worldly folklore, and current social dynamics.

Brett Amory

Brett Amory is a multidisciplinary artist whose practice is based on the intersection of quotidian and habitual engagements with the everyday world. His pieces consider moments of visual perception that precede interpretation. Working primarily in painting and installation, he uses the ordinary as a vehicle for extending the familiar into

Brett Crawford

Brett Crawford is a painter, metal sculptor, street artist, printmaker and illustrator based in Southern California. His work features a wide variety of subject matter including surreal animals, typography, and pop cultural references.

Brian Barneclo

Brian Barneclo was born and raised in Indianapolis, then studied painting and art history at Indiana University. He moved to San Francisco in 1996 and began working as a commercial artist and sign painter. He also started to show his paintings in local galleries. His professional and artistic careers merged when he began to receive

Bunnie Reiss

Bunnie Reiss is a muralist and fine artist whose work is heavily influenced by her Easter European background, with its tradition of folk art, saturated colors, animals, nature, and community engagement. Her extensive travels add an extra layer of conversation, which make her creations extremely unique. Her murals and larger installation