We are thrilled to announce that David Tomb’s original study of the Palawan Peacock – Pheasant drawn at the Museum of Vertebrate Zoology at UC Berkeley has a permanent home in the collections of the Huntington Library in San Marino, California.
And David’s fundraising efforts to save the Philippine Eagle, the largest and most endangered raptor on the planet will be featured in the Spring issue of Living Bird.
SFMOMA’s blog Open Space commissioned Amanda Hughen and Jennifer Starkweather to create new posts to celebrate the 75th anniversary of the Golden Gate Bridge. Hughen/Starkweather create collaborative artworks that explore the layers, complexities and patterns that comprise a specific place. In addition to this recent work about the Golden Gate Bridge they are continuing their ongoing series of artworks Approach, Transition, Touchdown about the San Francisco- Oakland Bay Bridge.
Celebrate the 75th Anniversary of the Golden Gate Bridge with this beautiful boxed set of prints. Created by advertising icon and Bay Area resident Rich Silverstein as a benefit for the Golden Gate National Parks Conservancy, these prints (12″ x 20″ each) represent Silverstein’s personal passion for the Bridge and capture the reverence and exhilaration that millions of visitors feel upon seeing the Landmark span. Electric Works is proud to be the printer of these fine images.
Bryant Austin will present Journey with the Whales a power point presentation at OCSC Sailing in Berkeley on May 22. Mix and mingle starting at 6:30pm, presentation at 7:30pm. To RSVP: 800-223-2984.
Color Raked Pair, 2012 courtesy of Elaine Buckholtz and Electric Works will be auctioned at the Headlands at 30 Benefit Auction, June 6.For details and tickets: HERE.
A story about David Tomb and his co-founding of Jeepney Projects Worldwide appeared in the May issue of The Quail, the Mount Diablo Audubon Society newsletter.
Amanda Hughen is featured in M.F.A. Graduate Bridges Place and Art, a story about her collaboration with Jennifer Starkweather and the new Bay Bridge in the UC Berkeley GradNews.
Two photographs by Dan Nicoletta are included in the block buster exhibition StreetopiaSF at the Luggage Store and environs until June 23. Some 132 artists, performers, writers, filmmakers, activists, thinkers, and public policy makers in venues in the heart of the city, address the show’s theme of Utopian aspiration for the city.
Visit our room at ArtPadSF today and tomorrow and see this pencil and more of the work of Ian Huebert along with Bob Dob, Nathan Ota, Lee Harvey Roswell, Sandra Yagi and David Bowers.
We are IN our new location. Artist services, printing, scanning and production are open and ready for business. The dust is still settling, but we’re thrilled to introduce you to our new space.
We are still building out our gallery space and will be returning to our exhibition schedule in the coming year.
Our new location is 1360 Mission Street
(between 9th and 10th Streets)
Hours: Monday–Friday 10–5
We are excited to be the new kids on the Mission between 9th and 10th block. Yes, you can come see us and our new space at 1360 Mission.
Now we are neighbors of CounterPULSE and want to invite you to join us in celebrating their 7th anniversary. May Day showcases a diverse array of local artists and raises funds for a nonprofit known as an experimental space for art and social action. Support CounterPULSE as a hub for risk-taking community-based performance and see an all-star lineup including:
THURSDAY, MAY 3
W. Kamau Bell
Sara Shelton Mann
Zaccho Dance Theatre
FRIDAY, MAY 4
Lizz Roman & Dancers
Maryam Farnaz Rostami
SATURDAY, MAY 5
Joe Goode Performance Group
Scott Wells & Dancers
Looking forward to seeing you soon.