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Anthony Meier Fine Arts: Sarah Cain - Racing with the Moon
Comment by AB: Sumptuous saturated abstracts laced with accents ranging from bead strands and braids to undergarments. Vibrant, uplifting, invigorating, inspiring and all kinds of other good stuff. Love 'em. Definitely recommended
Art with beads and undergarments by Sarah Cain at Anthony Meier Fine Arts.
Pinkie cam detail of art in above image.
Art with braids by Sarah Cain (like it).
Art with canvas doodads along the sides by Sarah Cain.
Pinkie cam detail of art in above image (like it).
Sarah Cain embellished art.
Installation view - Sarah Cain art show at Anthony Meier Fine Arts.
Chandran Gallery: Thomas Campbell - "We Are the Cosmos
Comment by AB: Highlights include an imposing two-story painting, skillful ceramics, whimsical sculptures, finely stitched patchwork amalgams, and more. I knew it was gonna be good, but it was way better than that. Excellent all the way around. Stop on by.
Incongruous mixed-media sculpture by Thomas Campbell at Chandran Gallery.
Fanciful ceramics & a two-story painting by Thomas Campbell.
Classic art by Thomas Campbell.
Stitched art by Thomas Campbell.
Pinkie cam detail of art in above image (nicely done).
Oversized art by Thomas Campbell.
Pinkie cam detail of painting at right in above image.
Thomas Campbell bronze sculpture.
Ceramics art by Thomas Campbell at Chandran Gallery (like it).
Leica Store and Gallery: Fred Lyon - San Francisco Noir
Comment by AB: Fred Lyon, now in his nineties, takes us on a nostalgic tour of vintage San Francisco circa 1940-1960, from ordinary moments and nightclub life to foggy nights and dizzying heights. Worth a visit.
Foggy night in Ess Eff by Fred Lyon at Leica Store and Gallery.
San Francisco urban action circa the 1940s by Fred Lyon.
Preening the stairs - romantic San Francisco by Fred Lyon.
Fred Lyon freshly inscribes yet another monograph at Leica Store & Gallery.
Altitudinous views - Fred Lyon photography.
Relative density - Fred Lyon photography survey at Leica Store and Gallery.
ArtSpan at SOMArts: ArtLaunch - 2017 SF Open Studios Exhibition Opening Reception
Comment by AB: The annual kickoff party for San Francisco Open Studios features over 400 small-format works by participating artists; at least one of everything imaginable. During the next five weeks, over 800 artists will open their studios to the public. Each weekend focuses on artists from a different region of the city. See the full schedule here or pick of a copy of the Open Studios Guide at numerous locations around town. No matter what your tastes in art, you'll more than satisfy them. Don't believe me? Here's just a teensy-weensy sampling of what's in store...
Art by Karl Roesseler at SF Open Studios ArtLaunch party, SOMArts.
Prize-winner art by J L King for Open Studios Guide.
Bold art by Liz Mamorsky.
FLW knockoff art by Kent Tool. Why copy? You're too good for that.
Open Studios Guide prize-winner art by Fernando Reyes.
Hair portrait by Karl Roeseler (kinda like the hair part).
Quilted art by Amy Ahlstrom - always good.
Puffin portrait by Joshua Coffey.
Finely detailed portrait painting by Cat Sommer.
Not sure what it is, but I'm crossing the street. Tamera Avery art.
"Fan of the Arts" - assemblage art by Sean O'Donnell (like it). Sold.
Modernist photography by Bj�rn Kleemann.
Someone I don't think I need to meet - Norm Quiros art.
Maja Planinac photography.
Pillow-with-an attitude art by Elizabeth Medrano.
Full house at SOMArts for SF Open Studios ArtLaunch 2017. Don't miss it.