SAN FRANCISCO ART GALLERIES OPENINGS
FIRST THURSDAY - 10.02.14 - Part II
(with assistance from Kathryn Arnold)
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John Pence Gallery: Steven J Levin.
Comment by AB: Accomplished portraits, still-lifes and narrative paintings attest to the versatility of Steven J Levin.
Self-portrait by Steven J Levin at John Pence Gallery.
Art by Steven J Levin.
Steven J Levin and his art at John Pence Gallery.
Art by Steven J Levin closer.
Ambiance - Steven J Levin art show at John Pence Gallery.
The McLoughlin Gallery: Hal Buckner - Process and Progress.
Comment by AB: Cut and powder-coated aluminum erotica by Hamptons artist Hal Buckner reference both antique and modern master paintings.
Hal Buckner riffs Christina's World by Andrew Wyeth at The McLoughlin Gallery.
Powder coated cut aluminum sculpture by Hal Buckner.
Detail of art in above image.
Hal Buckner and his art at The McLoughlin Gallery.
Figural art by Hal Buckner.
Hal Buckner art.
Long view - Hal Buckner art show at The McLoughlin Gallery.
K Imperial Fine Art: Tahiti Pehrson - Light Suspensions.
Comment by AB: More fine cut paper works in both two and three dimensions by Tahiti Pehrson.
Cut paper art by Tahiti Pehrson at K Imperial Fine Art.
Pinkie cam detail of art in above image.
Tahiti Pehrson at his K Imperial Fine Art show.
Cut paper art by Tahiti Pehrson.
Jenkins Johnson Gallery: Annie Kevans - Women and the History of Art.
Review by Kathryn Arnold: A visual round of art history, only this time portraits of overlooked female artists. Sketchy and loosely done the with subtle plays of color, the personalities come alive as if to beckon additional research into their art and lives.
Portraits of women artists by Annie Kevans at Jenkins Johnson Gallery.
Annie Kevans art closer - portrait of Lavinia Fontana (1552-1614).
Overlooked women artists - art by Annie Kevans at Jenkins Johnson Gallery.
L-R, Annie Kevans & owner Karen Jenkins-Johnson at Annie Kevans art show.
ArtHaus: Serena Bocchino - THEN and NOW.
Review and images by Kathryn Arnold: When you walk through the door at ArtHaus you are greeted by Serena Bocchino's mesmerizing paintings-- truly a favorite, and this miniature retrospective includes of a variety of her series' investigations. Within each, one sees a continuing thread of passion for line, rhythm and subtleties of form and shape.
Art by Serena Bocchino at ArtHaus.
Head count - Serena Bocchino art show at ArtHaus.
Heather Marx Art Advisory: Debut Group Show.
Artists: Michael Arcega, Mary Button Durell, Matt Gil, Amanda Hughen, Kimberly Rowe, Andrew Schoultz, William Swanson, Arngunnur Ýr.
Comment by AB: Heather Marx is back, this time as Heather Marx Art Advisory in partnership with The NWBLK and their impressive and expansive exhibition space.
Art by Matt Gil at Heather Marx Art Advisory & The NWBLK.
Andrew Schoultz art.
Pinkie cam detail of Andrew Schoultz art above.
Heather Marx - back in business as Heather Marx Art Advisory.
Art by Kimberly Row - selling well on opening night.
Michael Arcega and his art at Heather Marx Art Advisory.
Sculpture by Matt Gil.
Arngunnur Ýr art.
Playing field - Heather Marx Art Advisory group art show at The NWBLK.
Photographs by George Tice at Scott Nichols Gallery.
Photography by Beth Moon at Corden Potts Gallery.
Beth Moon photograph at Corden Potts Gallery.
One more from Beth Moon photography show at Corden Potts Gallery.
L-R, art by Peter Dimick & Catherine Palmer at Hang Art Gallery.
Catherine Palmer & Peter Dimick art show at Hang Art Gallery.
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