Yesterday concluded my two day exhibit at the ArtSpan Hunters Point Shipyard Artists Fall Open Studios (http://shipyardartists.com/). ArtSpan (https://www.artspan.org/home) does a great job helping local artists with Open Studios, and I have participated in their program for over 20 years. This year, I was among the artists featured by Ellen Reilly in the October posting of the FLAX CANVAS blog (http://flaxart.com/flax-canvas/). FLAX is a HUB partner with ArtSpan, and their Hub Exhibition Program program connects SF Open Studios Artists with local, art-friendly businesses by putting their artwork on display across the city. FLAX is working with ArtSpan to promote Open Studios to the public, and blogs like this help a lot to get the message out. I am pleased to say that I sold several painted carvings to new collectors this past weekend, similar to what happened at Spring Open Studio. There are still 3 weekends left of Open Studios in different neighborhoods in SF - go take a look!
Maple & Vine Triptych (Seedpods, Vines. & Branch) - each panel 4 ft. x 1 ft. - Mixed Media on Carved Panel - Sold
4/20/2017 06:33:05 pm
these painting are all wonderful and they have a common trait, a trait that will unite them all. I think that the painter is motivated enough to paint those artworks that will make them a great artist. An artist that loves nature. There are vines and branches that describes the true meaning of life. A life that is pure and full of wonders. There are trees and other things that might make it more natural.
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I am a San Francisco artist who enjoys making art and visiting art exhibits.