News & Events
Tale of Transformation won
a Merit Award at the
Center for the Arts book exhbition,
"Bibliophoria" juried by Donna Seager, June - July, 2009
STUDIOS with David Avery at Eastside Editions
October 25th and 26th, 10:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m.
A Book Release
Party for Eastside Editions new collaborative book project
A Tale of Transformation
49 Geary St. Suite 211,
San Francisco, CA 94108
30th, 5:30 to 7:30 pm
San Francisco, CA
June 19 - August 15, 2008
May 22 - July 5, 2008
Works on Paper
Rena Bransten Gallery
The Whitney Museum of American Art in New
York acquired three prints of Art Hazelwood's in May of 2008.
The Library of Congress in DC acquired two
prints of Jessica Dunne's in May of 2008.
Had a print selected by artist Jane Hammond for the New Prints
show Spring 2008 at the International Print Center
New York. Her image was used on the card for the show
Paul Pratchenko exhibition
at Braunstein Quay Gallery
Pratchenko | New Paintings
April 17 - May 17, 2008
Reception: Saturday, April 26, 2008, 3-5pm
OPEN STUDIOS: APRIL18-20
Please join us Eastside Editions for
this April 18-20 at six great studio locations, all within two blocks
of each other, in the bright and sunny South of Market (SOMA) neighborhood.
This year, over 60 artists will be displaying their work in an incredible
variety of media, including ceramics, collage, glass, drawing, furniture,
mixed media, painting, photography, printmaking, sculpture, textiles,
Enjoy an evening art stroll on Friday, April 18 from 6 to 9pm, between
each venue. On Saturday and Sunday, April 19-20, studios will be open
from 11am to 5pm.
at Davidson Galleries
313 Occidental Ave S • Seattle, Washington 98104
Contemporary Print & Drawing Center • 206 624.6700
April 4 - 26, 2008
Opening reception with the artist: "First Thursday", April
3, 6-8 P.M.
Robinson King's Cross Relic. 2007. Etching, aquatint. 1/3 e.v. 27 x
37 inches.Jenny Robinson’s earliest impressions of the effects
of light and shadow were formed in Malaysia where she was born and
spent her early years. After studying in the U.K. and traveling extensively
she moved to San Francisco in 2000. Her current body of work, large
scale intaglio prints, examines the effects of light and shadow on
urban, industrial architecture. In particular it focuses on scenes
taken from urban environments in cities such as London, New York, and
San Francisco, where she seeks out the overlooked, the mundane and
the everyday urban structures such as warehouses, gasometers and overpasses.
The artist’s use of large etching plates and monotypes effectively
captures the grittiness and mystery these places often evoke.
Please visit cpdc.davidsongalleries.com or contact Cara at
206 624.1324 for more information.
Cara Marie Forrler
Director, Contemporary Prints and Drawings Center
313 Occidental Ave. S
Seattle, WA 98104
The Road to Paradise
March 15 - April 19, 2008
Reception Saturday, 15 March, 2-4pm
150 Minna Street
San Francisco CA 94105
On MAY 3rd VAGADU will be celebrating local artist Kara
Maria in San Francisco.
For weekly updates on the process of creating Vagadu's Kara Maria. collection,
check out our blog: www.vagadu.blogspot.com.
Kara Maria's work explores the politics of war and its influence on popular
culture. In her art, Kara combines images of pornography and combat to
examine the interaction of sexual energy and the military.
Her artistic process is often to employ a chaotic all-over composition,
with recurring figures, or similar objects repeated to create a landscape
where abstraction meets porn stars and women in burkhas, and where birds
in flight mingle with armed aircraft.
Catharine Clark Gallery
January 19 to March 1, 2008
opening reception: Saturday, January 19, 4-6pm
150 Minna Street, Ground Floor
San Francisco, CA 94105
in Hades, Art
Hazelwood’s most recent book with Eastside
Editions will be shown at the International Print Center of New
York in New Prints/Autumn 2007. From November 1, through December
19 the show will be at the IPCNY in New York and then travel
to Columbia College in Chicago where it will be shown from January
16 – February 22, 2008. www.ipcny.org
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