“The B0ardside” (with a zero instead of the letter “o”) is a quarterly magazine produced entirely by local Sunset District and westside artists. The creators describes the zine as “Art and Culture from the Edge of the World.”
See selected works from the exhibit featuring artists Alexander Caldwell and Pablo Picasso at the de Young Museum in Golden Gate Park, Feb. 27-May 23, 2021.
Jeffrey Nemeroff’s artwork is very well traveled. He has exhibited throughout the United States, Asia, Europe, Russia and the Middle East. For now, he’s showing the fruits of his creativity on San Francisco’s west side.
Visit Far Out Gallery on the Outer Edge of San Francisco. 3004 Taraval St., at 40th Avenue.
Lately, artist Anthony Ryan has been mailing drawings in colored pencil to friends. He has drawn such common objects, such as leaves, twigs, bottlecaps, clothespins and pinecones in actual size. On his website, he wrote: “It’s been a way to meditate on this year of loss and fear and connect with the people in my life.”
The Fine Arts Museums of San Francisco announce the reopening of the de Young museum on Saturday, March 6, following their temporary closure under the shelter-in-place order mandated by the City of San Francisco.
A visit to El Cafe, the latest business located on the northside corner of Taraval and 24th Avenue in the Sunset/Parkside District, offers customers more than a cup of organic coffee and a tasty sandwich.
Lynn Sondag is a woman of many facets. The Richmond District resident is an artist, a teacher, has a meditation practice, has traveled to far-away lands and is even a “puppy raiser.”
A new art installation by San Francisco artist Charles Gadeken titled “Entwined” sits in Peacock Meadow in the east end of the park next to the Conservatory of Flowers. The art installation honors Golden Gate Park’s 150th anniversary and will run from Dec. 10 to Feb. 28.
At opposite ends of the Outer Sunset, two local creatives are using visual art to activate public spaces and start conversations among neighbors. Public art inherently invites appreciation and criticism from the community. While many people have expressed gratitude for their work, both artists have experienced vandalism of their pieces.
Sunset Women Artists Gallery
647 Irving St., at Eighth Ave.
Avenue 12 Gallery on Lake Street at 12th Avenue is a unique art space which continually displays paintings by artists in San Francisco and throughout the Bay Area.
B0ARDSIDE presents Lost City and Bridge Bardo by San Francisco artist Brent Willson. Willson’s paintings engage with our constant submersion in symbol and metaphor, and the interpretation of our environment into thought and language.
The small but vibrant art scene in the Sunset District has always been focused on creating a community, a sanctuary, and a way to communicate the current hardships facing humanity.
Campbell, 52, insists he greatly benefits as an artist by teaching at Laguna Honda Hospital (the large skilled-nursing and rehabilitation center owned and operated by the San Francisco Department of Public Health) and other senior residential facilities in the Bay Area …