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FOULADI - FFDG - 111 MINNA - 1317
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Fouladi Projects: Celebrating Ruth
Artists: Tom Bolles, Robert Brady, Bean Finneran, Gyongy Laky, Cork Marcheschi, Grace Munakata, Craig Nagasawa and Richard Shaw.
Comment by AB: Tribute to Ruth Braunstein and her fifty-year tenure as one of San Francisco's premier galleries. She opened her first gallery in Tiburon in 1961, relocated to San Francisco in 1965, had two galleries on Sutter Street, and moved to Clementina in 1991 where she stayed until her final closing in 2011.
Bean Finneran sculpture at Fouladi Projects, Ruth Braunstein tribute show.
Ceramic sculpture by Robert Brady.
The Guest of Honor, Ruth Braunstein (left center) at Fouladi Projects.
Tom Bolles translucent art.
Awesome porcelain sculptures by Richard Shaw (and I mean awesome).
Installation by Gyongy Laky.
Gyongy Laky art in above image closer.
Art by Grace Munakata at Fouladi Projects tribute to Ruth Braunstein.
Installation by Craig Nagasawa; light art by Cork Marcheschi.
FFDG: Todd Francis - THANKS A LOT
Comment by AB: Strife on one side of the gallery, serenity on the other.
Strife art by Todd Francis at FFDG.
Serenity art by Todd Francis.
Todd Francis at his FFDG SRO art show.
Art by Todd Francis.
Todd Francis art.
Overflow out front - Todd Francis art show at FFDG.
111 Minna Gallery: Cornered - Micah LeBrun
Telephonic art by Micah LeBrun at 111 Minna Gallery (these are fun).
Bernard Buffet-esque still life art by Micah LeBrun.
Micah LeBrun and his art at 111 Minna Gallery.
Linear portrait abstractions by Micah LeBrun.
Micah LeBrun art at 111 Minna Gallery.
Gallery 1317: Mugshots and Linups b>
Artists: Anne M. Klint, Bachrun LoMele, Carrington Arredondo, Ilena Finocchi, Jason Avery Kelch, Markelle Palombo, Sean O'Donnell, Sofia Carmi, Suzanne Pugh, Zoe Ani.
Art by Ilena Finocchi at Gallery 1317.
L-R, art by Sean O'Donnell & Jason Avery Kelch.
Not sure who did this one.
Art by Carrington (right).
Bachrun LoMele art.
The basic idea - group art show at Gallery 1317 (art by Zoe Ani, left).