PAUL MAHDER - VORRES - ANTHONY MEIER
SF ART INSTITUTE - SF WOMEN ARTISTS
09.12.13 Part I
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Paul Mahder Gallery: Hans Burkhardt - Expressionism in the 1960s, Paintings and Drawings. Curated by Peter Selz and Paul Mahder.
Comment by AB: A hefty helping of 1960s expressionist abstracts along with a smattering of semi-representational figural works by noted Los Angeles artist Hans Burkhardt (1904-1994). Worth a visit.
Art by Hans Burkhardt at Paul Mahder Gallery.
Hans Burkhardt art.
Art in above image closer.
Hans Burkhardt expressionist art.
Abstract 1960s art by Hans Burkhardt closer.
Art by Hans Burkhardt.
Overview - Hans Burkhardt art show at Paul Mahder Gallery.
Vorres Gallery: Group Show.
Artists: Brandon Eddy, Rodney Ewing, Hodo Lee, Aaron Pennington, Elizabeth Saviano, Patricio Moreno Toro, Jiusheng Yang.
Comment by AB: Yet another new addition to the San Francisco gallery scene.
Art by Hodo Lee (left) - Rodney Ewing (right) at Vorres Gallery.
Art by Jiusheng Yang (left) - Patricio Moreno Toro (right).
Brandon Eddy art.
Art by Aaron Pennington.
Group show at Vorres Gallery.
Art in the alcove.
Out front - group art show at Vorres Gallery.
Anthony Meier Fine Arts: Caragh Thuring.
Comment by AB: Caragh Thuring's cryptic paintings, earmarked by broad expanses of blank unprimed linen, are like upstart puzzles challenging viewers to divine their solutions. Check 'em out.
Mysterious art by Caragh Thuring at Anthony Meier Fine Arts.
Art by Caragh Thuring.
Caragh Thuring art.
Art by Caragh Thuring (kinda like it).
Art by Caragh Thuring.
Long view - Caragh Thuring art show at Anthony Meier Fine Arts.
San Francisco Art Institute: Energy That Is All Around. Mission School - Chris Johanson, Margaret Kilgallen, Alicia McCarthy, Barry McGee, Ruby Neri. Curated by Natasha Boas.
Comment by AB: An admirably extensive retrospective look back at the formative years of what's come to be known as the Mission School of art is comprised of early works and ephemeral items that document the roots and evolution of the movement. A selection of more contemporary works are also on exhibit. Many items in the show are on loan directly from the personal collections of the artists and their peers. For those of you playing the home game, the artists in the show all had varying degrees of involvement SFAI. Go see.
Art by Chris Johanson (left) - Alicia McCarthy (right).
Art by Barry McGee closer at San Francisco Art Institute.
Margaret Kilgallen art.
Margaret Kilgallen art in above image closer.
Installation view at San Francisco Art Institute.
Sculpture by Ruby Neri.
Art by Margaret Kilgallen.
Chris Johanson art at the entrance to the show.
Wall of Mission School Art (Margaret Kilgallen art, right).
Art by Ruby Neri, Chris Johanson, Alicia McCarthy.
Mission School small art, ephemera & memorabilia.
More early San Francisco Mission School of art small stuff.
Art by Barry McGee (left), Chris Johanson (right).
Art/installation by Chris Johanson.
Painting by Alicia McCarthy, painted bottle by Barry McGee.
Chris Johanson art.
Art by Alicia McCarthy and Ruby Neri (upper center).
Reed & ceramic by Ruby Neri, painting by Alicia McCarthy.
Altitudinary - Mission School of art group show at SF Art Institute.
Group show at San Francisco Women Artists Gallery.
Urbane - group show at San Francisco Women Artists Gallery.
San Francisco Women Artists Gallery monthly group show.
One more from Urbane - group show at San Francisco Women Artists Gallery.