Tuesday, February 23, 2010
Friday, March 5, 2010
6 - 11 PM (I will be drawing from 6 - 7 PM)
Donation: $10 and up
Location: Verdi Club, 2424 Mariposa Street (between Hampshire and Potrero Streets)
Rosa Sat, Martin Walked, Barack Ran: Courage, Endurance, Victory - A Historic Exhibition at San Francisco Art Exchange
Last Saturday I had the pleasure of attending this exhibition and the talk given by Clarence Jones, the former personal counsel, adviser, speechwriter and close friend of Martin Luther King, Jr. Listening to Clarence Jones... and seeing this exhibition... is a great reminder of the courage, sacrifice and achievements of the civil rights movement... and to the debt and thanks owed those who put their lives, their families, and their futures on the line.
If you are in San Francisco you will want to check out this exhibition at the San Francisco Art Exchange (458 Geary Street). Nearly a dozen photographers depict many of the private and public moments in the lives of these historic and influential figures. There are also a number of intriguing photos of Nelson Mandela, Stephen Biko and Desmund Tutu.
More info and a preview of the show can be found on the gallery's website.
Wednesday, February 10, 2010
A number of my paintings are in the film...
See them on the big screen!
It plays tonight at the Roxie Theater as part of the SF Indie Fest. The director, Tom Pankratz, will be at the screening and for the Q & A. Brian Groh, the actor who played Clay, the artist, will also be there.
Here's the official trailer for Limbo Lounge.
Saturday, February 06, 2010
Bay Area Art Educators Invitational at the Louie Meager Smith Art Gallery at Ohlone College in Fremont
Study for In the Realm, graphite on Stonehenge paper, 30 x 30.5 inches
I will be showing In the Realm for this exhibition of various Bay Area Arts Educators.
The exhibition runs from February 16th to March 12th, 2010. There will be a show reception Saturday February 27th, 7 to 8pm. This also coincides with the Fremont Symphony Concert of Adam Neiman.
Thursday, February 04, 2010
Please come out and enjoy one of my favorite events, Southern Exposure's Monster Drawing Rally!
Artists create drawings in 1 hour shifts. It's then hung on the wall and each piece is priced at only... $60! This is one of the best opportunities to land some good artwork and help a great organization all at the same time. Check it out!
When: March 5th, 6 to 10:30pm. (I will be drawing during the 6 to 7pm shift, so please stop by and say hello.)
Where: Verdi Club, 2424 Mariposa Street, between Potrero and Hampshire Streets.
Music by DJ Frau Holly.
Participating Artists (as of February 5, 2010):
Seth Armstrong, Mara Baldwin, Brian Barneclo, Scott Barry, Ben Baumgartner, Mark Benson, Michelle Blade, Brad Borevitz, Sara Bright, Matt Bufford, Monica Canilao, John Casey, Iris Charabi-Berggren, Nancy Chan, Jon Clary, Serena Cole, Lisa Congdon, Jamie Cortez, Adrian Cotter, Lauren Davies, Ryan De La Hoz, Robin Denevan, Sonya Derman, Inga Dorosz, Lafe Eaves, Christina Empedocles, Rodney Ewing, Diana Fayt, Kristin Farr, Adam Friedman, Matt Furie, Amos Goldbaum, Veronica Graham, Katie Gray, Adam Green, Henry Gunderson, Andres Guerrero, Michael Hall, Jeffrey Hantman, Dana Harel, Nicole Hayden, Jesse Hazelip, Terry Hoff, Ian Huebert, Andrew Huerta, John Kearns, Helena Keeffe, Kurt Keppeler, Christine Kesler, Tashana Kjelland, Katrina Lamb, Dori Latman, Chris Leib, Justin Limoges, Alexis Lopez, Marina Luz, Brett MacFadden, Paul Madonna, Mitch Manitou, Jessica Martin, Monica Martinez, Vanessa Marsh, Elisheva Marcus, Sofia Mas, Mike McConnell, Anne McGuire, Honey McMoney, Jeff Meadows, Robert Minervini, Yvette Molina, Matt Momchilov, Brendan Nakahara, Haden Nicholl, Juliette Oken, Olivia Park, Erik Parra, Nathaniel Parsons, George Pfau, Genevieve Quick, Kyle Ranson, Lisa Ricci, Lordy Rodriguez, Ariel Roman, Thorina Rose, Zachary Rossman, Douglas Schneider, Jesse Schlessinger, Zachary Royer Scholz, Miriam Stahl, Jennifer Starkweather, Kirk Stoller, Nick Sung, Julie Sutherland, Charlene Tan, Katy Tanis, Kevin Taylor, Tracy Timmins, Jamie Vasta, Annie Vought, Victoria Wagner, Kathy Warinner, Virginia White, David Wilson, Lena Wolff, Christine Wong Yap, and Jesse Wright-Jackson