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Winnie and Chick’s
“Estate” Sale and Seasonal Party
From the Vaults:
Well-Loved Garments • Art • Hand-Made Stuff • Cool things we have lying around
GREAT for affordable and totally unique last minute gifts!
We will have spiced cider and nibblies.
THIS Saturday, December 22
50-A Bannam Place, North Beach, San Francisco
Near the Corner of Union and Grant
Look for the Red Door!
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Classic Favorites and New Surprises by Winston Smith
Reception: Friday, May 6
Free and open to the public.
Show dates: May 6 through June 24, 2016
Wednesday through Friday 1-6 pm; Saturday 12-6 pm
80 Fresno St, SF
Mule Design is now headquartered in the space formerly known as the Emerald Tablet. Mule is a smart design company staffed by cool, community-minded people.
Currently Mule Gallery exhibits rotate every two months.
In May, in conjuction with North Beach First Fridays, Winston will be opening a solo show featuring his unique “hand carved” imagery. Come say hi to the new tenants of one of the oddest and most interesting spaces in North Beach!
More info: here (scroll)
Opening Reception Thursday, January 28
THE ART and ARTISTS of GIGANTIC BREWING COMPANY #2
Ben Walker <Catch 23>
Buzz Parker <End of Reason>
Cole Gerst <The Future Is Now>
J Shea <Volta>
Jay Howell <Axes of Evil>
Jon Macnair <Kiss the Goat>
Martin Ontiveros <Black Friday>
Michael Wertz <Sun Never Sets>
Robert Bowen <Saboteur>
Rob Reger <Geezers Need Excitement>
Skinner <Slip Into Darkness>
Winston Smith <Time Traveler Porter>
[Winston will be in attendance].
FIG & THISTLE
313 Ivy St.
San Francisco, CA
Opening Reception: January 28 7-10 PM
On View: Jan 28 – Feb 4
ROBERT BERMAN|E6 GALLERY PRESENTS:
Featuring Works by:
Winston Smith • John Held, Jr. • David Jones • Hope Kroll
Second Reception: Thursday, October 15 2015 • 8pm – 10pm
Reminiscent of Matisse’s Cut-Out series, Paper Cuts shows how paper can take on a strength and beauty in it’s abstract and narrative forms. In this exhibition, we observe how such a simple medium can be transformed into diverse ranges of forms. Considering paper’s history as one of the oldest formats for documentation and avenues for expressing ideas, the exhibition continues to foster the growth of this utilitarian medium and explores how it can adapt with the times. Paper Cuts features four artists who all express their unique take on the same material.
Robert Berman | E6 Gallery
1632 Market Street Suite B San Francisco, CA 94102
www.E6Gallerysf.com | E6@artnet.net
Open by Appointment