FIFTY24SF - ARTZONE 461
ROOT DIVISION - PRETTY PRETTY COLLECTIVE
07.14.12, Part II
(with assistance from Clare Coppel and RWM)
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Fifty24SF Gallery: Jeremy Fish - Where Hearts Get Left.
Review by Clare Coppel: New work by Jeremy Fish all about our beautiful city. Black and white illustrations of the characters of various San Francisco neighborhoods are humorous, endearing and well designed. Nice Pigeons. Lots of fans and Jeremy Fish signing books and matchbooks and sitting for photos. Awesome.
Comment by AB: Jeremy Fish is a true champion of everything San Francisco as he venerates our great city again and again with his art. No one does it better. The line to get in stretches practically to the end of the block.
Here we are - art by Jeremy Fish at Fifty24SF Gallery.
Jeremy Fish art show looking East at Fifty24SF Gallery.
Art by Jeremy Fish above closer (image c/o Clare Coppel).
Jeremy Fish and his art at Fifty24SF Gallery.
Wall of San Francisco art by Jeremy Fish.
Jeremy Fish art in above image closer at Fifty24SF Gallery.
Art by Jeremy Fish in Golden Gate Bridge frames.
Jeremy Fish art show looking West at Fifty24SF Gallery.
Art by Jeremy Fish in above image closer.
Art by Jeremy Fish at Fifty24SF Gallery.
The line to get in stretches to the end of the block - Jeremy Fish art.
A new Jeremy Fish mural graces the facade of Upper Playground.
ArtZone 461 Gallery: Blossoms and Roots - Fourth and Fortieth Anniversary Shows; Sonja Navin - Vestige and Vision.
Group show artists: Adam Cahoon, Nicholas Coley, Jane Fisher, Eileen Moderbacher, Gage Opdenbrouw and Jeong-Im Yi. Some of the fresh talent consists of Randy Beckelheimer, E. Dale Erickson, José Ramón Lerma, Heidi McDowell, Ryan M. Reynolds, Terry Thompson, Stan Washburn.
Review by RWM: A lot to celebrate here. There has been amazing and transforming work exhibited over the years. At times profound.
Comment by AB: Group show of gallery artists in the main gallery; street scenes and figure paintings by Sonja Navin in the side gallery.
Art by Sonja Navin at ArtZone 461 Gallery.
Sonja Navin and her art at ArtZone 461 Gallery.
Art by Sonja Navin.
Art from group show at ArtZone 461 Gallery.
Nice pencil still life in above image closer.
Group art show at ArtZone 461 Gallery.
Nicholas Coley and his art at ArtZone 461 Gallery.
Curious male torso art.
Overview - group art show at ArtZone 461 Gallery.
Root Division: re:Told.
Artists: Natalia Anciso, Mara Baldwin, Jennifer Brandon, Larissa Canney, Carissa Potter Carlson, Joey Castor, Vic de la Rosa, Mercedes Dorame, Caleb Duarte, Christine Elfman, Alicia Escott, Dan Farnum, Elana Hagler, Plinio Hernandez, Sarah Hirneisen, Mildred Howard, Lahib Jaddo, Eva Kokopeli, Kija Lucas, Kathryn Mayo, Margaux McAllister, Jordan Minter, Kate Nartker, Sabina Nieto, Amol Ray, Adrienne Skye Roberts, Ingrid Rojas, Julia Sackett, Brooke Westfall, Shelly Yosha.
Comment by AB: I wanna see some better curation here; Root Division shows have a tendency to be way too rangy and plagued by a mishmash of lengthy narratives. This show is themed as a storytelling event with parameters including personal, family and cultural histories-- which can mean pretty much anything. In other words, no matter what the art looks like, it fits.
Art/installation by Joey Castor at Root Division.
Art by Vic de la Rosa at Root Division.
Art at Root Division group show.
Broom head photograph at Root Division.
Photography with a vintage feel at Root Division.
Light box art.
Photography with an antique feel at Root Division.
Demographics - group art show at Root Division.
The Pretty Pretty Collective: Girls, Girls, Girls. Curated by Taler Nicols
Artists: Jill Bonny, Kim Marks, Betty Rose, Hannah Wednesday, Zoe Bean, Darlene DiBona, Ellen Murphy, Lana Gooding, Jen Lee, Siobhan Creedon, Mary Joy Dalrymple-Scott, Nikki Lugo, Sweet Cicely Daniher, Hannah Sandstrom, Miss Mikki, Drew Linden, Holly Ellis, Dawn Cooke, Taler Nicols, Stacy Ann, Allyson Bennett, Olivia Britz, Rachel Liberty, Olivia Sanders, Margot Audler, Heather Bailey, Ellie Geyer, Ali Ulrich.
Review by Clare Coppel: A group show of women tattoo artists from around the country on the subject of pretty, sexy girls; mostly retro tattoo style images.
Art by tattoo artists at The Pretty Pretty Collective.
Art in above image closer (photo c/o Clare Coppel).
Group tattoo artist show at The Pretty Pretty Collective.
Art closer (image c/o Clare Coppel).
Female tattoo artist art closer at The Pretty Pretty Collective.
Final prep for group tattoo artist show at The Pretty Pretty Collective.