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.
On Oct. 19, Playland at 43rd Avenue will be the site of a group show curated by local artist Georgia Hodges. The show, entitled “VOTE: An art exhibition about taking action,” is intended to spark, remind, motivate and inspire […]
For the last 30 years, Lenox has worked on various projects, including restoring windows
in private homes and larger projects, such as renovating windows at St. John’s
Presbyterian Church and the library windows at the University of San Francisco.
The solo show, which was held at the Far Out Gallery in the Sunset District through July,
is Fox’s first ever in his many decades of being an artist.
Four straight men and one straight woman were committed enough to
“Homo The Documentary” to drive 18 hours in a row to be on time to interview
a subject in Oregon and to spontaneously grab their equipment to get footage of a gay
pride parade (called Emancipation Parade) in Hutchinson, Kansas.
The 325-square-feet of bright, clean and newly-renovated office space for
The Writing Salon looks like it is just big enough to fit a ping pong table for a game
of doubles. Its intended design, however, is to release the unlimited potential of the
Stanley Goldstein finds ordinary, even the mundane, worthy of capturing on canvas.
by Thomas K. Pendergast Despite recent setbacks in the Bay Area arts community, a new hope for the art scene landed in the Richmond District on Dec. 11. The Avenue 12 Gallery […]