Posts from the ‘Photography’ category

Come Snap! up Art. January 18, Arc Gallery Featured

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Endurance

Come celebrate the New Year with me at the Snap! 2019 art opening on Friday, January 18 at the Arc Gallery and Studios in SOMA.

You’ll find a gallery filled with bright artwork hung salon-style and ready to be snapped up. Pick your favorite piece and take it home. All works are $199. The show is up for just one night.

“Endurance,” my photograph of bison in a Yellowstone winter landscape, will be for sale. It’s beautifully printed on Hahnemuhle Photo Rag Metallic paper, and featured in a bold black frame.

For more information, see their web site:
https://www.arc-sf.com/snap-2019.html

Art Opening: Gaia and Resiliency Featured

Join me at our opening of Bay Area artwork that reflects and celebrates the thesis that the earth – Gaia – in all her myriad forms, is a living system and that we must become critically aware of our role in Gaia’s health. Featured above is my photograph “The Transmutation of Species,” which is included in the show. I will also have a wall of my infrared landscapes in the Salon.

Thursday, September 13
Kim Anno, Guest Speaker at 4:30 PM
Reception: 5:30 – 8:00 PM 

San Francisco Women Artists is honored to be selected to partner with September’s SF International 2018 Global Climate Action Summit by hosting this affiliate event exhibition.

Guest speaker, Kim Anno, acclaimed artist and activist, will speak on “The Role of Cultural Resiliency in a Climate Challenged World,” identifying art, music, and writing, as important elements of adaptation when humanity faces the reality and impact of sea level and climate change.

“Homage” at SFWA Gallery Through March 31 Featured

originsJoin us at the festive opening reception of “Homage” at the San Francisco Women Artists Gallery in the Inner Sunset. Meet the artists, enjoy refreshments and music on Thursday, March 8th, from 5:30-8pm.

This show asked artists to submit work honoring Women’s History Month – inspired by a favorite female artist, feminine icon or event; an embracement and celebration of everything that comes with being feminine.

OPENING RECEPTION
When: Thursday, March 8, 5:30-8:00pm
Where: 647 Irving Street at 8th Avenue, San Francisco, CA

This SFWA Members’ Exhibition, show runs March 6th through March 31st

Juror: Priscilla Otani, Artist, co-founder  Arc Studios & Gallery

All work available for purchase. Contact the SFWA Gallery.

 

“Eye of the Beholder” Show at SFWA Gallery Featured

My photograph of the California Scrub Jay watching the sunset from a tree in the botanical garden is in the February show at the SF Women Artists Gallery.

To see a collection of curated work, join us at the festive opening Reception of “Eye of the Beholder”. Meet the Artists, enjoy refreshments and music. 💫

The show runs through March 3.

When: Thursday, February 8, 5:30-8:00
Where: 647 Irving Street at 8th Avenue
San Francisco, CA

 

Ray Bandar and His Palace of Bones Featured

“Ray Bandar and His Palace of Bones” is a 49-page photography book that features Bandar’s skull collection along with stories about him and his favorite specimens. The book captures the importance of Bandar’s accomplishments while paying tribute to the grand complexity of the natural world.

For more information or questions about ordering this book, please fill out the form below and I will get back to you immediately. Thank you for you interest.

 

 

 

Mallard at Stow Lake, San Francisco

Opening for “Portraits of Birds in Golden Gate Park” Featured

Please join me this Thursday, December 7, at the San Francisco Women Artists’ Gallery for the festive opening reception of “Small Presence” – a juried exhibition featuring 100 artworks.

In addition to the show, my photographs “Portraits of Birds in Golden Gate Park” are featured in the back salon.

Meet the artists and enjoy the art, refreshments and live music.

The gallery has gifts for the holidays, including jewelry, sculpture and ceramics.

Where:

647 Irving Street at 8th Avenue (Inner Sunset), 5:30pm until 8pm.
The show runs through January 6, 2018

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