ARC - SF ART EXCHANGE - EVER GOLD
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Arc Gallery & Studios: FourSquared. Curated by Michael Yochum & Matthew Frederick.
Artists: Lexie Bouwsma, Tyrell Collins, Monica & Robin Denevan, Mauricia Gandara, Paul Gibson, Katja Leibenath, Paul Morin, Greg Nelson, Jann Nunn, Mary O'Brien, Anna Marie Panlilio, Mark Paron, Lucky Rapp, Linda Raynsford, Fernando Reyes, Jenny Robinson.
Comment by AB: Sixteen Bay Area artists are each given wall space to hang sixteen works of art, each piece approximately a square foot in size. Each artist's art is displayed in a 4x4 grid (except for Lucky Rapp). Nothing is priced over $500 and that, as they say, is that. Check it out.
Art by Paul Gibson at Arc Gallery & Studios (best of show).
Paul Gibson and his art in above image closer at Arc Gallery & Studios.
Cut layered recycled microfiche mobiles by Jann Nunn (like 'em).
Jann Nunn and her art in above image closer at Arc Gallery & Studios.
Art by Linda Raynsford.
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Brush sculptures by Mary O'Brien.
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Tyrell Collins and her art at Arc Gallery & Studios.
Art by Fernando Reyes.
Curious narrative watercolors by Lexie Bouwsma.
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Art by Jenny Robinson.
Free-fall photography by Anna Marie Panlilio.
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Art by Katja Leibenath (left) - Monica & Robin Denevan (right).
Monica & Robin Denevan out front at Arc Gallery & Studios.
Portrait paintings on silver leaf by Paul Morin.
Domino effigy art by Lucky Rapp.
Relative density - FourSquared group show at Arc Gallery & Studios.
San Francisco Art Exchange: Graham Nash - This Could Be You.
Comment by AB: Impressive array of vintage and contemporary photographs by Graham Nash (of Crosby, Stills, Nash & Young fame). The images range from rock & roll greats to montage works and abstractions. For those of you keeping score at home, Nash is an inveterate advocate of fine art photography and one of the early proponents of digital fine art printing, opening Nash Editions in 1991. Both he and his company are still going strong today. Anyone purchasing a photograph will receive a signed inscribed copy of Nash's new book, Wild Tales: A Rock and Roll Life. Stop on by.
Noted photographers in the crowd include Bob Seidemann (photographed the Grateful Dead, Janis Joplin, cover photo for the Blind Faith album, A Stab at Immortality, etc.), Michael Zagaris (photographed everything from punk rock bands to professional sports teams like the Oakland A's and SF 49ers; current team photographer for the Oakland A's), Chris Felver (photographer of numerous famous actors, authors, poets, politicians and musicians including Nash himself), and more.
Photography by Graham Nash at San Francisco Art Exchange (Bob Dylan, top left).
David Crosby circa 1971 - photograph by Graham Nash.
Contemporary abstract photograph by Graham Nash.
Photographer Graham Nash at San Francisco Art Exchange.
Photomontage by Graham Nash.
Graham Nash photomontage.
Photographers Bob Seidemann & Chris Felver with his photo of Graham Nash.
Photographer Michael Zagaris (center).
Turnout - Graham Nash photography show at San Francisco Art Exchange.
Tom Marioni lays down the levity at Ever Gold Gallery.
Tom Marioni & props closer at Ever Gold Gallery.