Sunday, November 26, 2017

16th Annual Art Auction, Root Division,

(07-08) 03:07 CST Winona, MN. (AP)--

October 26, 2017 San Francisco

Saturday, November 19, 2016

Commision Completed!

I MUST say, it feels very good to tell you all "it's finished"!
all 45"x90"

Now..."back to work"

Monday, October 24, 2016

American Institute of Architecture, San Francisco (AIASF) Exhibition

During the annual "Architecture and the City" Festival at the AIASF offices San Francisco,  An exhibition curated from the Recology San Francisco Residency Collection will be installed and open to visitors. The exhibition focuses on the issues of sustainability.

The Offices are located at 130 Sutter Street, Ste. 600.  The show will be up until  November 18.

For a full list of artist's and their work:

Sunday, February 28, 2016

Sunday, February 7, 2016

MFA NEVER at Root Division, San Francisco

MFA Never

Root Division, San Francisco, Feb. 10-27


Review:  Sarah Hotchkiss, KQED Arts:

 MFA NOW,  an annual juried exhibition of work by current Bay Area MFA candidates, has been a staple of Root Division's program for the past four years. But in the "age of $120,000 art degrees, what about those who opt out of the academic machine? Juried by Rhiannon Evans MacFadyen, Donna Napper and Brion Nuda Rosch. MFA Never includes artists who's names might surprise some, considering how established they are within the Bay Area art scene. But then that's the whole point - an MFA is not a sure path towards success, or even a sign of artistic accomplishment. Bravo to Root Division for entering this ongoing and vital conversation.

2nd Sat Reception:
Saturday, February 13, 2016 - 7:00pm to 10:00pm
Exhibition Dates:
Feb 10, 2016 to Feb 27, 2016
Gallery Hours (or by appointment):
Wednesday-Saturday, 2-6pm

Participating Artists:

Jizell Albright
Donna Anderson Kam
Melissa Bolger
George-Ann Bowers
Michelle Brandemuehl
Craig Calderwood
Randy Colosky
Kerri Conlon
Art for a Democratic Society
Lauren DiCioccio
Lisa Espenmiller
Georgia Hodges
Michael Ifland
Rudy Lemcke
Stephanie Metz
Jeff Morris
Joel Daniel Phillips
Alice Raymond
Roz Ritter
D.B. Ryan
Ron Moultrie Saunders
Andy Vogt
Ven Voisey
Aaron Wojack

MFA Never was conceptualized by Rhiannon Evans MacFadyen, to create opportunity for underrepresented artists, those who are unaffiliated with alumni networks, and may have not had the debut opportunity offered by the MFA Thesis exhibition. MacFadyen is the founder of A Simple Collective, a contemporary arts organization dedicated to, "access, equality, ingenuity, creativity, and independence."

Every artist who submitted to MFA NEVER will be featured in the MFA NEVER archive catalogue. The book includes information about each contributing artist and a compilation of essays by Root Division staff, and the panel of exhibition jurors, serving to unpack some of the issues surrounding decisions to not pursue higher education.

Sunday, October 4, 2015

"HERE" Exhibition, THE MUDROOM AT OCEAN BEACH, San Francisco

Curated by Georgia Hodges & Leigh Barbier

Here is an exhibition featuring 20 Bay Area artists celebrating place and process in an unconventional setting. 

1379-1381 43rd Ave @ Judah, Outer Sunset District, SF

Friday, October 2 – Sunday, October 24th.


(Rough Schedule of Events)

MUSIC:  FRIDAY EVENING, October 9th, 7-9pm

Visitation/Tour Hours:  Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays 11am-6pm
And by appointment.

The Mudroom at Ocean Beach: Here

Artists: Donna Anderson Kam, Leigh Barbier, Leo Bersamina, Milan Blackwell, Charlie Callahan, Julie Cloutier, Frances England, Homer Flynn, Alicia Guckenheimer-Harrell, Georgia Hodges, Doug Jacuzzi, Henrik Kam, Elizabeth Medrano, Michael Nicholas, Johanna St. Clair, Dan Stingle, Gwen Terpstra, Linda Trunzo, Emilie Valentine, Peter Whitehead.

Comment by AB: You wouldn't think a place like this could still exist in San Francisco-- a completely bombed-out house, the facade looking like something out of a grade B horror film. But it's really kinda kicky inside, existing for the time being as some kind of an "art compound" complete with chickens in the backyard. The atmosphere is warm and convivial with artistic oddities on display everywhere.

Sunday, June 14, 2015

New 25th Anniversary Exhibition and Publication of "Art at the Dump; The Artist in Residence Program and Learning Center at Recology"

"Art at the Dump"

Introduction: Deborah Munk
Editor: Sharon Spain
Publication design: Micah Gibson

Exhibition: Make Art, Not Landfill, Thoreau Center for Sustainability, San Francisco, CA
June 8 - September 10, 2015

Friday, March 13, 2015

The Art of Recology March 9-20, 2015 Voila! Gallery, Los Angeles, CA

My work in a group show: The Art of Recology  March 9-20, 2015 Voila! Gallery, 518 N. La Brea Ave. (near Melrose), Los Angeles, CA

Hours: Tues-Sat 9am-5:30pm. By appt Sun and Mon.
Closing reception Friday, March 20, 7-10pm

Sunday, December 7, 2014

Sunday, November 23, 2014

A.I.R. Gallery Press Release for, Making and Taking: "Pictures" Reconsidered

Making and Taking: “Pictures” Reconsidered
A.I.R. Gallery’s 11th Biennial Exhibition

December 4, 2014 - January 3, 2015

Opening Reception: Thursday, December 4, 6-9pm

A.I.R. Gallery, 111 Front Street #228 Brooklyn, NY

Making and Taking: “Pictures” Reconsidered, curated by Nancy
Princenthal, is an exhibition of thirty–three artists of diverse
backgrounds, from the United States, Canada, and Israel.
Nancy Princenthal writes: This biennial results from an open
invitation to female artists “investigating the intersection of hand
produced and photographic pictures.”

Artists: Temme Barkin - Leeds, Kristi Beisecker, Susan Carnahan,
Sophia Chai, Melissa Cowper-Smith, Erin Kyle Danna, Torrie Fox,
Margery Freeman Appelbaum, Rose Frisenda, Kristin Furbeck,
Karine Giboulo, Shohreh GolAzad, Susan Hambleton, Jasmine Higbee,
Monica Hopenwasser, Donna Anderson Kam, Kharis Kennedy,
Jessica Ma ia, Erika Mahr, Kate McCammon, Ali Miller, Yasaman Moussavi,
Josefa Mulaire, Ilona Pachler, Caroline Parks, Rebecca Shavulsky,
Amy Swartele, Sarah West, Amanda Wild, Jeanne Wilkinson, Suly Wol ,
Greta Young, Mary Zompetti