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Mural Series by International Graffiti artist BiP comes to San Francisco

Originally published in the Marina Times San Francisco in July 2015 When an artist begins a painting, we imagine tubes of paint lined up next to brushes. These tools are set next to an easel in a proximity of comfortable access, then the proper lighting is employed to make the atmosphere completely conducive to the…

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Ki Longfellow Discusses The Illustrated Vivian Stanshall

Originally published in the Marina Times San Francisco in June 2015 Musician, singer, writer and artist Vivian Stanshall is perhaps best known as the charismatic frontman of the Bonzo Dog Band whose albums and stage antics brought them to prominent attention in England during the late Sixties. Beloved by the Beatles and the Kinks, Stanshall…

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Rendez-vous With Art by Philippe de Monetbello and Martin Gayford

Originally published in the Marina Times San Francisco in May 2015 I’ll never forget my visit to the Huntington Museum and Library to view their collection of William Blake watercolors. Rarely displayed, the exhibit was packed with museumgoers vying for a glimpse of Blake’s astonishing visions in paint. With so many beautiful pieces to take…

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San Francisco’s 2015 Art Market

Originally published in the Marina Times San Francisco in April 2015 Now in its fifth season, the 2015 Art Market will return to the Festival Pavilion at San Francisco’s Fort Mason Center on April 29 – May 03, 2015. This year features a wide assortment of contemporary art from noteworthy national and international galleries. Art…

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Marin MOCA Presents Legends of the Bay Area – Lawrence Ferlinghetti

Originally published in the Marina Times San Francisco in March 2015 Marin MOCA Presents Legends of the Bay Area – Lawrence Ferlinghetti “The paintings may communicate even better because people are lazy and they can look at a painting with less effort than they can read a poem.” -Lawrence Ferlinghetti On February 28th, the Marin…

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David Mitchell: BOUNDARIES

Originally published in the Marina Times San Francisco in February 2015 David Mitchell: BOUNDARIES Through March 12, 2015, The Dryansky Gallery will feature the work of David Mitchell in the exhibition Boundaries. The Dryansky Gallery opened in the fall of 2014 offering San Francisco a fresh approach to emerging and mid-career artists from around the world…

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A Portrait of Neal Cassady Rediscovered

Originally published in the Marina Times San Francisco in January 2015 In December 1950, Neal Cassady wrote a letter to his friend Jack Kerouac. Like a message in a bottle, these pieces of paper traveled , lost in time, only to resurface years later in a group of discarded poems. Neal Cassady famously inspired the…

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Keith Haring: The Political Line

Originally published in the Marina Times San Francisco in December 2014 “Art is for everybody” -Keith Haring Beginning November 8, 2014 through February 16, 2015, the DeYoung presents California’s first Keith Haring exhibit in over two decades. Over 170 works focusing on themes relating to social justice and political concerns shed light on a particular…

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