Viewers had a wide range of emotional reactions – from exuberance, awe and pride to melancholy feelings of nostalgia – on June 18, opening day of the Northern California stop of the Obama Portraits Tour, being exhibited through Aug. 14, at San Francisco’s de Young Museum.
Art by Geo Moreno honors Steph (Chef) Curry, one of the greatest basketball players in history.
Usually when a new business opens up in the neighborhood, it does so with the intention of making a profit. Work in Progress, a new community hub located in the Inner Richmond, takes an alternative stroke at defining success.
“Creative Conservation: The Art of Endangered Animals,” now at The Walt Disney Family Museum, features paintings by actual rescued and rehabilitated animals alongside artwork by human friends who were inspired by the wild animals.
Come by and say hello to Michael Durand, the editor of the Richmond Review and Sunset Beacon newspapers and the RichmondSunsetNews.com website at our table at the Richmond Neighborhood Center on April 14.
Rare Painting by Groundbreaking French Artist Marie-Guillemine Benoist Acquired by the Fine Arts Museums of San Francisco
…. Several years later, she moved to her current space at 2414 28th Ave., near Taraval, which has been the home of Young Artists Studio ever since.
designer Guo Pei creates a couture fantasy that fuses the influences of China’s imperial past with export art, the grandeur of European court life, architecture, and the botanical world.
The first thing you need to know about Common Space, a gift shop and art gallery that opened in the Outer Richmond last November, is that owner Anna Beurskens names every plant for sale.
Press Release: SF Women Artists Gallery Launches Annual Photo and Digital Arts Exhibit in the Sunset
San Francisco Women Artists presents its inaugural annual Photography and Digital Art Exhibit.
Sherman’s favorite subjects are the ocean, landscapes, and cityscapes that he cannot walk away from, “weaving in messages and subtle stories.”
On Sunday afternoon, Dec. 19, Simple Pleasures Coffee Roastery was transformed into a small pop-up Holiday Bazaar. There were 20 to 25 local artists from the Westside of San Francisco who participated in this event.
If you spend time on the Great Walkway, you may have seen me out there on a weekend, handing out flyers and stickers and asking if you’d like to help preserve the space’s future as a park.
Artist Judy Chicago created a visual spectacle with clouds of colored smoke in front of the de Young Museum on Saturday evening, Oct. 16, 2021.
The Art of Judy Chicago