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Portraitist/Activist Talks About Her Transgender Art
Gabrielle Le Roux, a South African artist and activist, is in San Francisco for events around her work including a show of her portraits, which opens tonight at the LGBT Community Center at 1800 Market St. at 6 p.m. Galería de La Raza will be showing a video series and hosting a discussion with Le Roux and the artist Julio Salgado on Monday, Oct. 27th at 7:30 p.m. Mission Local sat down...
Flycatcher Mono Print
In August, a small group of fellow artists and I took a print making class with Jenny Robinson - trace mono type with chine colle. I had no idea what any of that meant, but Jenny said I would like it and I believe her. We worked hard and long and had a lot of fun, plus we all got some great prints. While in the class, I pulled this print, and was convinced it was garbage. My class mates and oohed and aahed and all I could see were the mistakes. Mono type is a medium full of surprises and one that takes me way out of my comfort zone.
Art Span’s Fall Open Studios 2014 | The Mission
11am - 6pm, November 1 and 2
This annual event invites art lovers & collectors into the working lives & studios of more than 100 artists. True to the neighborhood, the diversity of artwork is vast: painting, sculpture, jewelry, ceramics, textiles, photography, charcoal, collage, digital & performance art… all available for enjoyment & purchase directly from the artist. Join us for a weekend of collectively cultivating this vital art community and reconnecting with the abundant creativity in the Mission.
As preview receptions get scheduled, we’ll add them here.
Participating Group Studios