Join 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.
Join the opening reception of “Eye of the Beholder” at the San Francisco Women Artists opening Thursday, February 8.
“Ray Bandar and His Palace of Bones” is a photography book that features Bandar’s skull collection along with stories about him and his specimens. The book captures the importance of Bandar’s accomplishments while paying tribute to the grand complexity of the natural world.
Come to this tribute to Ray Bandar at the San Francisco Public Library.
He’s been called Dr. Bones and Reptile Ray. Usually dressed in tattered “field-trip” clothes, Ray Bandar was a fixture at the California Academy of Sciences and the beaches around the San Francisco Bay Area for more than 60 years.
Ray passed away peacefully in his home on December 23 of congestive heart failure. This showing is a tribute to his life’s work.
By Beth Cataldo (As published on the River Otter Ecology Project web site) In 2012, I ventured out to Sutro… Read more A Story of Recovery
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.
Come join me and the artists at the San Francisco Women’s Artists Gallery for our next show: Reflections. Reception: Thursday, November… Read more Reflections Opening at San Francisco Women’s Artists Gallery
The summer of 2017 is turning out to be a Humpback whale extravaganza in the San Francisco Bay. Yesterday,… Read more Comment Now to Keep our Underwater Sanctuaries Safe
This time of the year, California is a stop-over point for birds heading down to their wintering range. Watching birds fly… Read more Keeping an Eye Out for Birds
There are secret beaches and caves that appear out at Point Reyes when there is a negative tide, which is… Read more What the negative tide revealed
Ocean Beach offered up all sorts of uncommon visual marvels this past Tuesday, including Vellela (commonly known as by-the-wind sailor), different types… Read more Beach Beauties of Summer
On Thursday, May 16, the Skulls exhibit will open at the California Academy of Sciences in Golden Gate Park in San Francisco.… Read more Bandar’s Bones Return
While looking for debris recently on a visit to North Point Beach in Ano Nuevo State Park in Northern California… Read more Imprints in the Sand
As much of the country was shivering from arctic air mass, a group of volunteers was out on January 5… Read more Beached Elephant Seals and Other Tales of Winter
They emerged from the smoke like angels looking for their ride back to heaven. Bodies appeared, waving arms issued from… Read more Cuba: Face-to-face with Fidel, December 1993