Once Upon a Dream: Cartoon Art Museum. Closing January 10th. The exhibit explores the creation of one of Walt Disney Studios’ most enduring films, from pencil art and model sheets to animation cels, color guides and behind-the-scenes photographs of the cast and crew. Almost ten years in the making, Sleeping Beauty was designed to look like no other Disney film, drawing from both medieval illustrations and cutting-edge 1950s graphic design.
Head of a Buddha image. Approx. 1800. Thailand; Wat Phra Chettuphon, Bangkok. Stucco. The Avery Brundage Collection,
Emerald Cities: Asian Art Museum. Closing January 10th: Asian Art Museum
Suzanne Husky: New Artist-in-Residence at the de Young:
The de Young Museum hosts Suzanne Husky: Forest through January 31 as part of the Artist-in-Residence Program in the Kimball Education Gallery. Husky builds forests out of textile trees made from recycled fabric, responding to the museum’s surroundings and landscape paintings from the de Young’s permanent collection. Visitors are invited to bring in fabric and create trees using the park as inspiration. The fabric patterns and colors create foliage texture and reproduce natural and artificial biodiversity.
Openings: Flora Davis: Art work from the Art span 2010 selections exhibition
- Exhibition Opening Reception: Thursday, January 14, 2010, 6-9pm (free and open to the public - 21 and over ONLY event, with complimentary cocktails and snacks)
- Exhibition Dates: January 7 - 22, 2010, gallery open Tuesday - Friday, 3-6pm and Saturday by appointment
between Control & Uncertainty ~ Soft fluid explorations of color and light.
Market Street Gallery (1554 Market btween Van Ness and Franklin). Opening January 15th.
Opening Reception: Jan 22, 6-9 PM