Artist Alicia Guckenheimer credits her father for inspiring her love of art and environmentalism at a very early age. He planted the seeds of compassion and creativity that propelled her to share […]
Musgrove’s work has a way of making the viewer notice what is barely noticed. His refined paintings have realism, but he says he has evolved a more minimalist approach, with some abstraction.
Alicia Guckenheimer, a Sunset resident and artist, displayed her work in the spring of 2019. These photos were taken on Saturday, May 11, the last day of her exhibition and the third anniversary of Playland at 43rd Avenue.
DeWitt posts photos nearly every day on Facebook, many of them focusing on the Sunset District, where he lives, and on Ocean Beach, just a few blocks west on Taraval Street.
Early Rubens April 6 – September 8, 2019 at the Legion of Honor.
Script of the audio tour of the 2019 Rubens exhibit at the Legion of Honor.
“Agrarianaa: Art Inspired by APA Agricultural Roots” is part of the United States of Asian America Festival opening on May 2 and continuing through May 23 at SOMArts Cultural Center, 934 Brannan St, San Francisco.
A year and a half ago, Rhee moved with her husband from Mountain View to the Sunset. They are brand new parents with their first child being born in January.
Custom picture framer, Joe Dellert, owner of Artisans of San Francisco in the Sunset District, has earned the prestigious designation of Master Certified Picture Framer (MCPF) from the Professional Picture Framers Association (PPFA).
Wilson is part owner and manager of the Streamline Cafe and Art Salon, which is located on Taraval Street in the Outer Sunset District. He and fellow owner Dion Garcia both manage the cafe.
Congregation Beth Israel Judea, in partnership with the National Council of Jewish Women San Francisco, is hosting an art gallery, featuring fine art from the Holy Land.
Ahn has loved to draw since he was a child. His images are often built upon cinema and photography. He became serious about art while attending Brown University, where he drew cartoons for the school newspaper.
One of the special aspects about the Sunset District that artist Douglas Gorney appreciates most is “the ocean light,” especially during the autumn and the city’s “Indian summer.”
The mural, by artist Jeff Canham, was made
possible with financial help – $16,500 – from SF Supervisor Katy Tang’s
office and the assistance of the SF Arts Commission, People of
Parkside/Sunset (POPS) and SF Shines, a program under the city’s
Office of Economic and Workforce Development.
Pang opened his business at 2605 Clement St. in 2005. It was originally a print shop but in 2017 it became his art gallery, called Little Gallery. He is currently looking to exhibit other artists’ creations and hopes to exhibit more of his work in different spaces.