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Dolby Chadwick Gallery: Sherie' Franssen - Tempest
Comment by AB: Sherie' Franssen's unfettered fluid abstractions are rich with vibrancy and life.
Art by Sherie' Franssen at Dolby Chadwick Gallery.
Sherie' Franssen art.
Large art by Sherie' Franssen.
Energized abstractions - art by Sherie' Franssen.
Art by Sherie' Franssen.
Demographics - Sherie' Franssen art show at Dolby Chadwick Gallery.
Fraenkel Gallery: Sol LeWitt - Liz Deschenes
Comment by AB: Three iconic 1990s wall drawings by Sol LeWitt blend beautifully with sculptural photographs by Liz Deschenes, the images influenced by light and weather conditions during the course of their creation. Go see.
Wall drawing by Sol LeWitt at Fraenkel Gallery.
Sol LeWitt wall art.
Photographs by Liz Deschenes.
Liz Deschenes photography.
Full-length wall drawing by Sol LeWitt at Fraenkel Gallery.
Haines Gallery: Mike Henderson - Parallel Spaces
Comment by AB: Sumptuous patchwork abstracts. Worth a visit.
Art by Mike Henderson at Haines Gallery.
Mike Henderson art closer.
Colorific pattern painting by Mike Henderson.
Pinkie cam detail of art in above image (like it).
Mike Henderson (right) fields inquiries from the fan base at Haines Gallery.
Thick rich art by Mike Henderson.
Long view - Mike Henderson art show at Haines Gallery.
Robert Koch Gallery: Water Memory - Adam Katseff
Comment by AB: Basically the same punchline over and over again, but a good one.
Photography by Adam Katseff at Robert Koch Gallery.
Adam Katseff atmospheric winding river photograph.
Photograph by Adam Katseff.
Ambiance - Adam Katseff photography show at Robert Koch Gallery.
Adam Katseff photographs on far wall in above image.
Gregory Lind Gallery: Barbara Takenaga
Comment by AB: Barbara Takenaga's meticulous and highly detailed compositions perhaps articulate that cosmic state of awareness where macroscopic and microscopic meet. Check 'em out.
Cosmic compositions - art by Barbara Takenaga at Gregory Lind Gallery.
Art by Barbara Takenaga.
Pinkie cam detail of art in above image.
Barbara Takenaga intricate art.
Art by Barbara Takenaga looks like a cross-section of some exotic geology.
Installation view - Barbara Takenaga art show at Gregory Lind Gallery.
Gefen Fine Art: Coming Soon
Comment by AB: Here's a first look at Gefen Fine Art on Grant Ave, headquartered in Jerusalem, and about to open a branch in Ess Eff. Welcome to the fray.
Gefen Fine Art outside looking in.
The basic idea - Gefen Fine Art, San Francisco.