Friday, April 24, 2015

David Tomb Exhibit at the StartUp Art Fair




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Jeepney Projects Worldwide

A three-day exhibition begins Friday, May 1-3, featuring 40 vetted artists, including our own David Tomb!

Join us! Advance tickets are $8.00. Buy your tickets here.
Friday, May 1, 12pm-7pm.  8pm VIP Gala
Saturday, May 2, 12pm-10pm
Sunday May 3, 12pm-8 pm
Located in the Hotel Del Sol at 3100 Webster Street, each day features events and panel discussions. See the full schedule here.
stARTup Art Fair is San Francisco's independently produced contemporary art fair for unrepresented artists. With a venerable selection committee made up of a diverse range of art world professionals, stARTup Art Fair San Francisco aims to generate the dynamism and excitement of over 40 vetted, solo exhibitions for one glorious and stimulating 3-day weekend. The fair is a great chance for art appreciators to get in on the ground floor of a type of artist "start-up," where collectors can acquire great works of art and make real connections with artists in an intimate setting.
Thrilla in Manila, 12' x 16', mixed media painted papers/collage, 2014
Thrilla in Manila, 12' x 16', mixed media painted papers/collage, 2014Odd Job, (Wager's Pitt Viper with Mindanao Tarictic hornbill and Collared Kingfishers), 44" x 30", mounted mixed media painted papers/collage, 2014
Odd Job, (Wager's Pitt Viper with Mindanao Tarictic hornbill and Collared Kingfishers), 44" x 30", mounted mixed media painted papers/collage, 2014Local Patch, 44" x 30", mounted mixed media painted papers/collage, 2014
Local Patch, 44" x 30", mounted mixed media painted papers/collage, 2014Grasshopper, 44" x 30", mounted painted papers/collage, 2014
Grasshopper, 44" x 30", mounted painted papers/collage, 2014

Wednesday, April 22, 2015

Art Of Wayne Jiang 2015 Spring Open Studio

Art Of Wayne Jiang 2015 Spring Open Studio




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You are invited to my 2015 Spring Open Studio in my studio at Sanchez Art Center in Pacifica along with 18 other artists. 


 

Sunday, May 10, 2015 10AM - 5PM
Sanchez Art Center, 1220 B Linda Mar Blvd. Studio #21
Pacifica, CA 94044


 

My new works will be exhibited in my studio, including many small restaurant and night paintings, panoramic landscape paintings, plus affordable small still life and landscape paintings.


Related information:
Sanchez Artists Open Studio website: http://sanchezartists.weebly.com


DIRECTIONS:

From San Francisco, take Highway 280 South to Highway 1, Pacifica exit. Follow Highway 1 South to Linda Mar Boulevard. Turn left on Linda Mar Boulevard and follow it east for approximately 1.5 miles (past the Sanchez Adobe and the fire station). The Pacifica Center for the Arts is on your right. You will see a large mural on the side of the building. It takes 30 minutes from downtown San Francisco - if there is no traffic.

From the Peninsula, take Highway 280 North to the last Pacifica exit. Once you enter the exit, stay to the left, following the sign to "Pacifica." You will curve around over 280 and enter Highway 1 South. Get in the middle lane to avoid getting on Hwy 35, which exits to the right. Stay on Highway 1 heading south for several miles. You will pass Rockaway Beach (hotels and shops) on your right and go through several stoplights. Turn left on Linda Mar Boulevard (next light after Crespi) and follow it east for approximately 1.5 miles (past the Sanchez Adobe and the fire station). The Pacifica Center for the Arts is on your right. You will see a large mural on the side of the building.
 
 

Video: My Painting Process

For those who are curious about my painting process, here's a short video that explains it.



 

Upcoming and Current Events


City Street: Urban Views of the Bay Area, April 16th - May 11th, 2015
Studio Gallery, San Francisco, CA

Two Person Exhibit, September, 2015
Studio Gallery, San Francisco, CA


See my paintings in person 
Studio Gallery, San Francisco, CA

 
Have an art filled spring.
Wayne Jiang

http://waynejiang.com

Tuesday, April 21, 2015

New positions on Vitae for Art History




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Kent State University in Ohio
posted on April 17
Fairmont State University in West Virginia
posted on April 16
Oregon State University in Oregon
posted on April 14
Arkansas State University - Jonesboro in Arkansas
posted on April 14
University of Florida in Florida
posted on April 10
 

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Monday, April 20, 2015

This week at the Palo Alto Art Center



Lessons from Georgia O'Keeffe's Art and Life
Learn about Georgia O’Keeffe’s art and life from her former weekend companion, Anna Koster (pictured) in a fun, one-day workshop. Create artwork inspired by O’Keeffe’s favorite subjects and artistic philosophy. For more information and to register, visit our online registration site here
Join us for Oliver Ranch Tour
Only 9 spaces left! Don’t miss out on the Palo Alto Art Center Foundation’s private tour of Oliver Ranch in Sonoma County on Saturday, May 9. This is your opportunity to view 18 remarkable site-specific art installations by well-known artists such as Andy Goldsworthy, Ann Hamilton and Richard Serra. Cost is $125 Foundation members; $175 non-members. Breakfast, coffee, lunch and snacks are included. We expect this event will sell out, so sign up now!
STYLE 2015 Champagne Reception and Pre-Sale
Upper-level Palo Alto Art Center Foundation members (Advocate, Benefactor and Circle) are invited to attend the exclusive champagne reception and presale on Saturday, April 25 at 9 a.m. for STYLE 2015, a two-day show and sale of independent fashion, jewelry, textile, and accessory designers. Held at the Palo Alto Medical Foundation (PAMF) Mountain View Center, STYLE 2015 benefits the PAMF Women’s Cancer Survivorship program. If you are interested in attending, please RSVP to Diane Master at diane.master@gmail.com
Hatch Pack: A Monthly Art Discussion Group
Who gets to decide what art means? We all do! Stop by Studio U-7 at the Cubberley Community Center this Wednesday, April 22 at 7:30 p.m. to participate in the new Hatch Pack monthly art discussion group. Free and open to the public, Hatch Pack is led by former painting professor, current Art Center instructor, and Cubberley Artist Studio Program artist Christine Gray. Bring your own perspective and join the discussion!
 
                                                                      
         
 
 
                                                                                   
 
The Palo Alto Art Center is your place to discover art.
See, make, and be inspired
because everyone is an artist.

Palo Alto Art Center
1313 Newell Rd. Palo Alto, CA 94303
 
Tuesday - Saturday 10 a.m. - 5 p.m.
Thursday 10 a.m. - 9 p.m.; Sunday 1 - 5 p.m. Closed Monday
 
 
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The Palo Alto Art Center, Division of Arts and Sciences, City of Palo Alto is funded in part by grants from 
Silicon Valley Creates and the Palo Alto Art Center Foundation. The Palo Alto Art Center Foundation gratefully acknowledges support from the David and Lucile Packard Foundation, The William and Flora Hewlett Foundation, Yellow Chair Foundation, private donations, and members.
 
 
 

New Works by Jen Mann!

New Works by Jen Mann


Curioos Pop Up and TRIUMVIRATE Show

Gauntlet Gallery
Gauntlet Collection
1040 Larkin St. San Francisco 94109
415.590.2303
www.GauntletCollection.com

RELEASED TODAY
New Prints by JEN MANN

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ABOUT THE ARTIST
Jen Mann is a Toronto based figurative painter, who received a B.F.A from Ontario College of Art and Design. Mann's paintings deal mainly with themes of Identity and Relationships. Mann has exhibited in numerous shows across the United States, Canada and the United Kingdom. Mann is a recent recipient of the Emerging Artist Grant for the Ontario Arts Council.
TONIGHT at Gauntlet Gallery // 6-9pm
a special one night pop-up

Presented by:

featuring works by:
Jason Ratliff (Indianapolis, USA)
David Copithorne (Calgary, Canada)
Victor Vercesi (Madrid, Spain)
Wang Ling (Hong Kong, China)
Antoni Tudisco (Hamburg, Germany)
Raphaël Vicenzi (Brussels, Belgium)
Nicolas Obery (Paris, France)
Jared K. Nickerson (Washington, USA)
Floyd Grey (Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia)
Stephanie Jung (Schifferstadt, Germany)
Cyril Rolando (Toulon, France)
Florent Bodart (Besançon, France)
Evgenij Soloviev (Nizhniy Novgorod, Russia)
Butcher Billy (Curitiba, Brazil)
Chaotic Atmospheres (Geneva, Switzerland)

FOR MORE INFOMATION PLEASE CLICK HERE
OPENING THIS SATURDAY
APRIL 25TH // 7:30-10PM
TRIUMVIRATE: a ten person group exhibit (gallery1)
SPECULATIVE HUNTING: a photography exhibit by Mako Miyamoto (gallery2)


TRIUMVIRATE

Gauntlet Gallery is proud to present its latest group exhibit Triumvirate. Ten artists have been selected to participate in the exhibition opening on April 25th from 7:30-10pm. Each artists produced a set of three works to be viewed as a mini-series, allowing each work to stand alone while at the same time carrying a conceptual connection to each other. The display, determined by the artists, will vividly show the independence and relationship among the set.

Artists from the Bay Area, to the East Coast, to South America including Akira Beard, Alex Garant, Fab Ciraolo, Graham Curran, Jason Bryant, Justin Kane Elder, Phil Noto, Rebecca Adams, Roland Tomayo and Sam Lamott have created paintings, digital works, and sculptures ensuring Triumvirate will be a wonderful mixture of creativity and style.

SPECULATIVE HUNTING: A photography exhibit by Mako Miyamoto
(curated by Sven Davis)

Mako Miyamoto is a Portland-based photographer whose Wookie-themed ‘Neon Werewolf’ photographic series explores popular culture themes amidst the guise of a pop-culture icon. Placing human characters in a variety of familiar contexts and scenarios, Miyamoto uses the mask to explore human emotion; and reveals a wonderful depth of expression in his subjects - all through a veil of shaggy hair.

His direction of each series of photographs is as cinematic as the principal character itself and contains a welcome level of humor; location specific, planned and storyboarded, and partly improvised with his subjects and collaborators during each shoot.




Gauntlet Canvas Collection
1040 Larkin St. San Francisco 94109
www.gauntletcollection.com // 415.590.2303

New positions on Vitae for Studio Art




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Colleague, your saved search for Studio Art found 11 new jobs.
Slippery Rock University in Pennsylvania
posted on April 16
University of South Alabama in Alabama
posted on April 16
Taft College in California
posted on April 16
Belmont University in Tennessee
posted on April 15
Lone Star College-Fairbanks Center in Texas
posted on April 15
Lone Star College in Texas
posted on April 14
Montana State University Billings in Montana
posted on April 14
Oregon State University in Oregon
posted on April 14
BNU - HKBU UNITED INTERNATIONAL in China
posted on April 13
Chowan University in North Carolina
posted on April 13
 

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