Saturday, November 22, 2014

Art at Big Crow Studios and other Holiday Art Fairs

Bill Bruckner’s “Lunar Eclipse” series, mixed media on board, canvas, and paper

 On the left: two acrylic paintings by Judi Gorski, “Rainbow on Beach Wall” and “Halfway There”
Middle four pieces: some of David Steinhardt’s “Flat Earth” cartoons, mixed media on paper on board
Left: David Steinhardt’s “The Workout” acrylic on canvas

 Two of Sherry Miller’s ”Volcano” series paintings, oil on canvas

For 25 years, BigCrow Studios has been the home and workspace of artists Anna Conti, David W. Sumner, and an evolving cast of painters, photographers, musicians, writers and other artists. Artists are leaving the city and galleries are closing but while the facts are depressing, Anna and David's response to this is not. They have created a new art space in the outer Sunset by using their own home,

The new exhibition space is opening with "Premier," a group show with 40 works by a dozen of the artists who have passed through here over the years. The space will operate free-to-the-exhibiting-artist (the gallery does not take a cut of sales) but it is not a co-op.

 untitled wool fiber handwoven panel by Ama Wertz

The primary Exhibition Space (on 41st Avenue) will be open to the public every Friday (1 p.m. - 8 p.m) and Saturday (noon - 6 p.m.)

Other days/hours by appointment (call Dave at 415-632-7746 or email Anna at ) The BigCrow Annex space (on 46th Avenue) is open by appointment.

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