DON SOKER - 63 BLUXOME STREET
ORANGE ALLEY PROJECTS - ART PRIMO
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Don Soker Gallery: New Acquisitions.
Artists: Pegan Brooke, Van Chang, Christel Dillbohner, Carole Jeung, Theodora Varnay Jones, Kanako Namura, Susanne Schossig, Gordon Senior, Gabrielle Thormann, Karin Wikstrom, Eleanor Wood.
Comment by AB: Group show, gallery selections, some new artists, others who've been with the gallery for years. I have to say that Don Soker is an entity unto himself, somehow surviving regardless of the challenges, decades in business, and in so doing, continuously reels off one of the most consistent cohesive exhibition repertoires in town.
Art by Carole Jeung at Don Soker Gallery.
Carole Jeung art closer (kinda like it).
Art by Susanne Schossig.
Pinkie cam detail of Susanne Schossig art in above image.
Art by Eleanor Wood.
Eleanor Wood art in above image closer.
Art by Karin Wikstrom (left) - Gabrielle Thormann (right).
L-R, Carole Jeung, Theodora Varnay Jones, Karin Wikstrom, Gabrielle Thormann,
Pegan Brooke, Christel Dillbohner at Don Soker Gallery.
Art by Theodora Varnay Jones.
Pinkie cam detail of Theodora Varnay Jones art above.
Art from group show at Don Soker Gallery.
Art in above image closer.
Art closer - group show at Don Soker Gallery.
63 Bluxome Street Gallery: Draw Show!
Artists: Ben Hopkins, Ben Walker, Chris Canga, Cody Williams, Cody Vrosh, Daryll Peirce, Dave Correia, Donia, Donta Santiatevan, Emonic, Goran Rajovik, Isaac Pierro, Jessica Jenkins, Joemur, Joey Vela, John Casey, Ken Davis, Lucien Shapiro, Marcos LaFarga, Marissa, Matt 136, Max Kauffman, Nana Percelaine, Parick O'Connell, Ricky Watts, Rober Brown, Sheila C., Steve Caballero, Super Ugly, more.
Comment by AB: All kinds of drawings by all kinds of artists, a number of whom are eminently established practitioners. The best part? Nothing over $200.
The basic idea - group drawing show at 63 Bluxome Street Gallery.
Art from group drawing show closer.
Drawing show at 63 Bluxome Street Gallery.
Vintage automobile art.
Drawings closer at 63 Bluxome Street Gallery.
One more from group drawing show at 63 Bluxome Street Gallery.
Orange Alley Projects: Cinema Ombligo.
Artists: Paul Clipson, Encyclopedia Pictura, Giselle Brewton, Lorelei Pepi.
Comment by AB: Yes, we've got a keyhole cinema complete with posted show schedule, located along a back alley in The Mission. It runs 24/7 so anytime you wanna stop by and catch a flick is fine. Tonight at the opening, the film fare is also being played on a screen in the adjoining garage, with sundry artistic memorabilia available for acquisition at attractively affordable prices.
Cinema Ombligo is open for business at Orange Alley Projects.
Cinema Ombligo in above image closer, with show schedule.
Another sold out show at Cinema Ombligo.
The garage gallery next door to the cinema - Orange Alley Projects.
Buy a print for only 50¢. You can't beat that.
Films on the wall in the garage gallery.
Camera obscura sale - only $45 each.
Along the esplanade at Orange Alley Projects.
Art Primo SF Gallery: Tough as Nails - Few & Far.
Artists: Erin Yoshi, KSera, Merlot, Erin Ashford, Agana, Miss Reds, Dime, MeMe, more.
Comment by AB: International female graffiti crew Few & Far puts their art and agenda out there that "all women should feel encouraged to do what they love, despite gender imbalances found throughout society." I couldn't agree more.
Art by Dime (top) at Art Primo SF Gallery.
Art by MeMe in above image closer.
Art by Agana (top) - Miss Reds (bottom).
Art at Art Primo SF Gallery.
Art by KSera.
Art by Merlot (center) - KSera (right).
Art by Erin Yoshi.
In the front room at Art Primo SF Gallery.