Opening reception JULY 15th at the bG Gallery from 6 – 9 pm.
The World’s Most Adorable Art Critic, Daniel Rolnik, has curated a group art show dedicated to food.
“The Food Show” includes the following 50 artists: Adam Roth, Alden Marin, Alex Chiu, Annabel Osberg, Big Tasty, Bill Miller, Bradford J Salamon, Charlotte Goff, Daniel Edwards, Murphy Adams, Dave Kloc, Dave Quick, David Buckingham, David Friedman, Douglas Alvarez, Eva Lacey, Hilary Pfeifer, Jake Weigel, Jamie Polancic, Jermaine Rogers, Jesse Reno, John Kilduff, Joseph Remnant, JoshR, Justin Decou, Kat Philbin, KROSSD, L.A. GOAL, Laura Atchinson, LITTLE FRIENDS OF PRINTMAKING, Mark Hanauer, Mary Delioussina, Mayon Hanania, Melissa Monroe, Mike Boston, Mike Egan, Miles Lewis, Nancy Larrew, Noah Malloy, Dr. Paul Koudounaris, PooJazzle, Porous Walker, Robert Branaman, Rodman Edwards, Sarah Stone, Shaun Berke, Steven Snyder, Terri Berman, Trace Mendoza, Travis Millard, Tripper Dungan, XVALA, and Zachary Aronson.
“I feel blessed to be able to work with artists of all ages, genders, religions and races. This exhibit is truly an unprecedented egalitarian art experience.” says curator, Daniel Rolnik. “It’s truly breathtaking!”
This is a fun little art pop up featuring art, pottery, hand knitting, art jewelry, and much more! I'll have some prints and cards there available for purchase.
November 26-December 5
Wine Reception Saturday November 26 4-7pm
1366 Lincoln Ave. San Jose, CA 95125 in Willow Glen near Starbucks on Lincoln and Minnesota.
Delicious - through 9/26/2016 at Studio Gallery, San Francisco, CA
Every year we search the Bay Area for the tastiest art for Delicious, our show of artwork inspired by food and drink. For our 2016 vintage we've selected work from over 100 local artists: a cornucopia of work that depicts the food we eat, the places it comes from, the people preparing and serving it, and even the utensils we use to eat it.
Seeing Things Gallery through 9/30/2016
LEOTA: New Work by Murphy and Ivy
"Murphy Adams is a mixed media folk artist whose intentionally naive and raw style isolates moments of emotion in daily life and often strange internal thoughts.
Ivy Atoms is a painter and comic book artist who's almost-human character designs express the complicated relationship with the physical form in a bizarre future that is always changing.
Both artist’s colorful, figurative work share a self-aware and sometimes self-deprecating humor and narrative. “Leota” is a show about the often surreal feminine experience from two artists from different generations with lots of the same DNA."