it’s that time of year again and this year, I’m sharing my studio and filling the gallery side of the Drawing Room with 5 other amazing artists who are transform the spaces into each of their own aesthetics and work - some overlapping, some not. We are celebrating on October 25 with the Weekend 3 Kick off bash, but the show will open to the public October 12-November 3 - so you’ll have lots of opportunities to check it out..Just keep in mind that work SELLS like crazy during these events so don’t hold out too long or you may miss your chance collect!
Art for AIDS is one of San Francisco’s premier charity art events and draws hundreds of supporters each year. Last year they raised over $335,000 to support HIV-related work to both reduce the spread of HIV disease and help people living with HIV.
Public Works is a local music and event venue located at 161 Erie Street and has become a premiere nightclub venue that hosts private parties and concerts as well as large public events. I’ve been invited to create a temporary mural and exhibition for the month of July.
Details to come.
Retreat will be hosting this opening reception with the added musical performance by Groupmuse on June 13th from 6:30 - 9:30PM. Groupmuse, it is a mini classical concert performed in the beautiful outdoor patio space at Retreat! You will need to register @ www.gropmuse.com to attend for $3, and there is a minimum suggested donation for the musicians of $10 on the night of in cash or you can donate via the app. All the $$ collected goes 100% to the musicians.
Please come by to mingle, have a glass of wine, hear gorgeous music, and support your local artists and musicians!
For the months of June and July I will be working solely at the Drawing Room to develop new works and continue working on projects around the Drawing Room itself, including the outside frontage, signage above and continuing to build out the studio and gallery in preparation for workshops and community building events.
ArtSpan's Transit Center Mural Project
Salesforce Transit Center
ArtSpan is partnering with LPC West Transit Management LLC and the Transbay Joint Powers Authority to highlight and support the local artist community in San Francisco.
38 ArtSpan Artists and their teams were selected to paint murals covering 10,052 square feet of the ground level retail storefront windows at the new Salesforce Transit Center. Murals will remain on display to mask the vacant interior spaces as they await new retail tenants.
Artists were asked to create imagery related to the theme of “Dynamism” to engage passersby and captivate viewers with a true local character and unique aesthetic.
Artists started painting on August 3, as the Transit Center prepared for the Grand Opening. Join ArtSpan at the Block Party for the mural unveiling, featuring live painting performance by the following artists and more!