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Eli Ridgway Contemporary Art: Amy Ellingson - Chopping Wood on the Astral Plane
Comment by AB: Each Amy Ellingson painting is like a rich luxurious journey with plenty to see and do along the way.
Amy Ellingson and her art at Eli Ridgway Contemporary Art.
Colorific abstraction by Amy Ellingson.
Art in above image much much closer.
Oblong abstraction by Amy Ellingson.
Amy Ellingson art.
Ran into my son Elliot taking in the shows.
Attendance figures - Amy Ellingson art show at Eli Ridgway Contemporary Art.
Nancy Toomey Fine Art: Monica Lundy & Rodney Ewing - Untethered, Stories of the Fillmore District
Comment by AB: Monica Lundy and Rodney Ewing take a historic look back at San Francisco's Fillmore District with particular focus as a Japanese neighborhood before the Japanese interment of World War II, and as a center of African American music and culture. Source material for the show was obtained from local museums, historical centers and archives. Stop on by and check it out.
Japanese interment camp baseball team by Monica Lundy at Nancy Toomey Fine Art.
Art by Monica Lundy.
Monica Lundy and her art at Nancy Toomey Fine Art.
Rodney Ewing and his mixed-media works on paper.
Art by Rodney Ewing closer.
Prints on glass by Rodney Ewing.
Roll Up Gallery: Hybrid - Max Ehrman
Comment by AB: Visionary cosmologies actualized with exacting meticulousness.
Art by Max Ehrman up close at Roll Up Gallery (nicely done).
Max Ehrman art.
Pinkie cam detail of art in above image.
Max Ehrman and his art at Roll Up Gallery.
Theoretical geometries by Max Ehrman.
Max Ehrman art closer.
Vehicular treatments by Max Ehrman.
Galeria de la Raza: Reckoning with Hxstory - Carlos F. Jackson
Comment by AB: In a series of colorful 3 by 4 foot screenprints, Carlos F. Jackson recounts seminal moments in the ongoing struggle for recognition and equal rights no matter who you are or where you come from.
Art by Carlos F. Jackson at Galeria de la Raza.
Carlos F. Jackson screenprint art.
Art by Carlos F. Jackson.
Carlos F. Jackson and his graphite drawing at Galeria de la Raza.
Art by Carlos F. Jackson.
3 by 4 foot screenprint art by Carlos F. Jackson.
Carlos F. Jackson art.
Overview - Carlos F. Jackson art show at Galeria de la Raza.
Gruenwald Press: Jalal Poehlman - New Work
Comment by AB: The art is a mix of digital and paint, but the frames steal the show. We may well have an inadvertent frame maker here.
Art by Jalal Poehlman at Gruenwald Press.
Frame in above image closer (like it).
Jalal Poehlman and his art at Gruenwald Press.
Art & frames by Jalal Poehlman.