Hugo Kobayashi’s Nothing For Something. Paintings Of Crushed Lottery Tickets.

Hugo Kobayashi's Nothing for Something

Los Angeles born, but San Fransisco based artist Hugo Kobayashi, whose painting studio is in Oakland, has a new show opening at the Hang Art gallery today. (more…)

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The Whimsical Paintings Of Amberlee Rosolowich At The Hespe Gallery

Amberlee Rosolowich Animal paintings


Amberlee Rosolowich
, a recent graduate from San Francisco’s Academy Of Art University, is having her first solo show at the Hespe Gallery this month. (more…)

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The Urban Appeal Of Steven Albert’s Photo-Realism Paintings

Steven Albert urban realism
above: Stroll by Steven Albert, oil on canvas, 30″ x 40″, Hespe gallery

Steven Albert’s oil paintings are hyperrealistic representations of urban and small town icons like cafes, coffeehouses, street windows, graffiti scrawled walls and parked cars. The mundane subject matter is executed with a deft hand, keen eye and romantic familiarity, especially to those who grew up around San Francisco. (more…)

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Curiouser & Curiouser: Artworks Inspired By Alice In Wonderland

Gallery Nucleus presents CURIOUSER & CURIOUSER, a new exhibit of artworks inspired by Alice In Wonderland. (more…)

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Hard Boiled Housing. The Blob VB3 by dvmA Architects.

The blob

The Belgian architectural firm dmvA designed the blob VB3, a smooth white structure that resembles a hard boiled egg, as a mobile office for xfactoragencies. (more…)

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