We are really lucky to work with so many talented local artists. We don't have a lot of storage space in our new location, but we do try to have work on-hand from a few folks, especially the artists who are the backbone of our shows (and everyone's favorites!). We're rebuilding this page with additional artists, so stay tuned. Visit the pages below to see what we have on-hand, and get a glimpse at our secret stash of pieces...
Oakland painter Lindsey Kustusch is achieving a national reputation for her urban scenes, which often capture the quieter side of city living. With a fondness for the long view, Lindsey's paintings are all about juxtapositions: light and fog, solitude and the hustle-bustle of the big city.
Peninsula painter Michael Chamberlain is "motivated by the beauty surrounding us in simple everyday objects and scenes." Whether he's painting cityscapes of San Francisco, plein air landscapes of the coast of Maine or our rolling hills, Michael's paintings have an effortless quality that belies a rigorous editing process. We're looking forward to his next solo show, at the end of September, 2016.
Kanna explores the Bay Area and beyond with a keen eye. She applies her signature style to stunning views of San Francisco, quiet suburban scenes, and a selection of landscapes of both the coast and the valley. Kanna's paintings remind us of the things that come together to make California such a special place.
Wayne Jiang is painter of quiet scenes that convey a lot of emotion. He is probably best known for his depictions of restaurant interiors, but he is equally adept at capturing the feeling of a suburban playground at night, a row of palm trees by a deserted motel, or a truck pulling into a loading dock in the early morning hours.
Karen's landscapes are a contemporary take on quintessential California scenes. Her bold brushwork and saturated colors depict rolling hills, cool mountain lakes, and rocky coastlines. We hope you'll enjoy this beautiful celebration of artistic talent and our golden state.
Xiau-Fong paints San Francisco in her two signature styles. The light paintings she calls her "Candy City" series. Rainbow hued pedestrians walk the city streets. The night time paintings capture the reflections and glow of neon in the city at night.