A colorful foray blending the two elements Amandalynn paints most: women and the natural world.
The Lil' Dreamer's latest adventure explores iconic California wildlife.
Tempus Fugit by Linda Larson is a vibrant work in oil highlighting the ephemeral nature of flora.
Evolutionary Trajectory by Ursula Xanthe Young features the artist's signature portraiture amongst three rare and majestic species.
Binary Sun by Felicia Ann explores the possibility that we are living in a simulation.
Evolutionary Bloom is a visual exploration of what is, what was, and what might be in the natural realm.
New work by San Francisco painters Beryl Landau and Anthony Holdsworth.
A 27-artist group show and fundraiser for Ukraine curated by D Young V and Mykola Bereza
Pop's Shop (2008) by Norm Maxwell showcases the artist's many talents
Originals and reproductions by urban contemporary artist Norm “Nomzee” Maxwell
Exodus by Daniel Chen is an ode to childhood pastimes, baseball fans, the city of San Francisco and the Giants.
Daniel Chen examines the fuzziness of memory in this Taipei street scene.
Delineation by Daniel Chen is a collection of abstract geometric renderings of street scenes, landscapes, and interiors.
Ingrid V. Wells celebrates the beautiful gift of laughter in this whimsical painting.
Heather Robinson explains her multi-layered painting, which she hopes communicates tranquility and being at peace.
Everything Nice by Ingrid V. Wells is reminiscent of girlhood in America. It evokes lusciousness and decadence, taking the viewer to a different reality.
Visual Indulgence is a foray into color and process with paintings by Ingrid V. Wells and Heather Robinson that are simultaneously playful and serious.
Ursula X Young explains the inspiration behind her piece Spring Poppy Sunset.
Anthony Holdsworth discusses “Rumbo Al Sur” his painting of mural-filled Balmy Alley in San Francisco's Mission District.
The Guardian by Robert Bowen is the defender of nature, and stands in contrast to its companion piece, Kraken.
These animals do exist. You can only imagine if Man was ever able to harness their power.
Robert Bowen continues to play mad scientist in a laboratory that should never exist, fusing high technology with nature.
A night-time scene of San Francisco Victorians
Alec Huxley paints a scene at the Sacred Heart Cathedral AKA The Church of 8 Wheels.
Anthony Holdsworth talks about the nerve center of activism in the Mission District.
Alec Huxley paints the Lil' Dreamer's latest adventure.
Ursula X Young describes this San Francisco wintertime piece.
Chris Stokes talks about his False Landscapes. Desert series, inspired by his recent visits to Joshua Tree National Park.
Martin Hsu discusses the inspiration and symbolism behind his Chinatown Gods series.
Ursula Xanthe Young captures that moment between dreaming and being awake.
Where Did You Go? looks at how substance abuse can make a person disappear.
MJ Lindo-Lawyer talks about Nature Will Get Her Way and the fear of getting older.
Joshua Lawyer discusses the concepts and techniques behind his large-scale piece, Homebody.
Amandalynn, Bonnie Reiss, and Ursula X Young prepare for their show, "Panoptic Beauty".
Artist Monty Guy previews "Immortal".
San Francisco artists and married couple Anthony Holdsworth and Beryl Landau share their thoughts about "The Changing Cityscape".
Artist Michael Gillette and the "Year Of The Dog"
Artist Ursula Xanthe Young discusses her upcoming solo show, "Wildflower Child".
Artist Kelly Ording's "Invisible Places".
An exhibition featuring Monty Guy, Leon Loucheur, and Robert Bowen.
San Francisco artists Leon Loucheur, Monty Guy, and Robert Bowen preview "Visions Collide".
Gallery Tour of "Familiar Places", the solo exhibition by San Francisco artist Nathan Tan, A.K.A. Nate1
Gallery Tour of Mission Lake, the solo exhibition by San Francisco artist Anthony Holdsworth.
San Francisco artist Anthony Holdsworth previews his solo exhibition, "Mission Lake".
San Francisco artist Nathan Tan talks about his solo exhibition.
Gallery Tour of Sacred Alchemy, the solo exhibition by San Francisco artist Amandalynn to benefit the Homeless Prenatal Program.
San Francisco artist Amandalynn's "Sacred Alchemy"
Micah LeBrun describes his solo exhibiion, "War Paint".
Gallery tour of Parallel Projections, a solo exhibiton featuring San Francisco artist Alec Huxley.
Gallery tour of War Paint, a solo exhibition featuring San Francisco artist Micah LeBrun.
Alec Huxley discusses "Parallel Projections" his March 2017 solo exhibition.
The Art and Life of Norm Maxwell (1969 - 2016).
Paintings from "Old Souls" by Monty Guy.
Paintings from "Old Souls" by Telopa.
Oil paintings from "Garland Of Hours" by Gage Opdenbrouw.
Vortex paintings from "Ah Um" by Rich Fonseca.
Paintings and collages from "The Shape Of Things" by Kelly Ording.
Kelly Ording prepares for her next show, "The Shape Of Things".
Gallery tour featuring pieces from Ursula Xanthe Young's show "Fire And Water".
Ursula Xanthe Young discusses her solo exhibition, "Fire And Water".
Gallery tour featuring pieces from "Elemental". Artwork by Evan Venegas, Ivy Jacobsen, Sarah Coleman, and St. Monci.
Four pieces from our show "Phoenix Mission" by noted painter and muralist, Michael Rios.
A mural on San Francisco's Market Street painted by Ursula Xanthe Young in January 2016.
This exhibition showcases work from our inventory and reflects our current art program.
Artist Monty Guy talks about his ideas for future paintings.
Joshua Mays talks about his show, "Mana-Synth".
Parklet, Paintings, Illustrations, and Sculpture by Reuben Rude and Daniel James Burt.
September 12, 2015 reception for Reuben Rude and Daniel James Burt.
Gallery Tour and Commentary for the exhibition featuring Kelly Ording and t.w.five
Opening reception and installation footage for Matryoshka Madness! featuring Andy Stattmiller at Luna Rienne Gallery in San Francisco.
Kelly Ording and t.w.five
Gallery walkthrough and tour of the solo show by Erik Otto.
A short documentary about the creation of two bronze sculptures for the Grand Hyatt in Union Square San Francisco.
Luna Rienne Gallery describes "Cosmic Dust 02" by David Choong Lee.
Commentary on the Reflection / Refraction series by Kelly Ording.
Luna Rienne Gallery's three-person show "Parts & Labor" featuring Reuben Rude, Bill Zindel, Jose Arenas.
San Francisco artist David Choong Lee presents his first collection of wholly abstract paintings.
Commentary on the "Color Flux" series by Evan Venegas.
Commentary on "All That Glitters" by Ursula Xanthe Young.
Commentary on "What Was Left Behind" by Ursula Xanthe Young.
Luna Rienne Gallery describes "The Birds And The Bees" by Ursula Xanthe Young.
The third exhibition at our rotating public art venue is an installation by artist Brian Barneclo.
An 18-minute documentary about the creation of seven large-scale works for the Grand Hyatt in Union Square San Francisco.
Painter Brian Barneclo talks about "Misinformation", the title of his solo show.
Renaissance man-about-town Romanowski takes us on an art tour in anticipation of his solo show at Luna Rienne Gallery.
"Against The Grain" with painter Ursula Xanthe Young.
Preview of Luna Rienne Gallery's curation of an art collection for the Grand Hyatt SF in Union Square
Artist Reuben Rude explains the concept behind "The Making Of", his solo show at Luna Rienne Gallery.
Erik Otto working on his latest body of work in his studio.
Artist Norm Maxwell ponders alternate dimensions for Otherworldly.
Artist Alec Huxley explains the Russian space helmet.
Artist NoMe Edonna discusses the creative mind-space.
Artists Sarah Coleman and Aleksandra Zee describe their creative process for Light Years.
Artists Jet Martinez and Kelly Ording describe their processes for Fine Line.
Jenn Porreca discusses her solo show.
Our second parklet, designed and painted by Ursula Xanthe Young.
Gianluca Franzese in his San Francisco studio.
Paintings from "Tight But Loose" by Brian Barneclo.
NoMe Edonna talks about his upcoming show.
Paintings by Erik Otto and Evan Venegas
Ursula Xanthe Young talks about her work and inspiration.
"Secret Hippies" by Reuben Rude and Bill Zindel.
Come Together for this Summertime Show
New paintings, mosaic, and mural by Brian Barneclo
An exploration of non-representational shape and form in painting.