D Young V has been a working artist in San Francisco since 2003. After earning an MFA from the Academy of Art University in 2006, he has been engaged in gallery shows, installations, muraling, and global street art projects. Known mainly for his meticulous pen drawing and post-apocalyptic themed projects, he has transitioned into creating an
Damon Soule was born in Atlanta, GA but spent the majority of his childhood in New Orleans LA. In 1993, Soule moved to San Francisco with a packed bag of clothes, a small box of art supplies, and $300. Inspired by physics, chemistry, music, and universal knowledge, his work incorporates a bold use of saturation and composition, and is a
Daniel Fleres experiments with paint and mixed media on a variety of surfaces to create streamlined portraits of mournful, colorful, and often imaginary creatures against skillfully rendered backgrounds. His creativity is fueled by his childhood fascination with Saturday morning cartoons, video games, and comic book super heroes. Born in
Daniel James Burt is a San Francisco-based sculptor whose intuitive style integrates mixed media to create installations and stand-alone sculptures. His use of body parts to create a series of landscapes as a means of portraiture garnered a commission that rests alongside a Ruth Asawa sculpture. He has a BFA from the University of
David Ball is a San Francisco-based artist interested in discovery and happenstance, making mythical, otherworldly pareidolia in collage and mixed media works at once outlandish and familiar. Ball has been exhibiting his artwork throughout the US, selling to collectors here and abroad for over 20 years.
David Choong Lee combines elements of graffiti, collage, graphic design, portraiture, and classical realism. He was born in Seoul, Korea and moved to the US in 1993 to pursue traditional fine art at the Academy of Art. His first major body of work depicted San Francisco's homeless in the Tenderloin, then evolved to depict the
David Garvey was born in New York City and attended Pratt Institute, from where he graduated with a BFA. He has had an eclectic career in the arts, having done illustration work for websites, publications, pharmaceutical giants, and entertainment conglomerates. His paintings and drawings are on display in restaurants, hotels, and casinos throughout the country.
Dean Fleming draws inspiration from the ancient art of the Americas, particularly how it fuses different forms into a single entity. Originally a shipping clerk at a printing company in Portland, he discovered his talent as an artist when asked to complete a simple drawing at work. He soon found steady freelance work as an illustrator and
Dogpaw Carrillo, born in San Francisco's Mission District, has been part of the neighborhood's ever-changing pantheon of cultural caretakers for almost sixty years. Surrounded by artists, poets, musicians, and creative people of all kinds, his work explores the connection between art and music. Dogpaw grew up next door to Fantasy