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Upcoming Events

2nd Friday Art Walk  
Restless Garden Picnic 
Representation: Approaching Art Galleries
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2nd Fridays Art Walk

2019 Art Walk dates: 

February 8, March 8, April 12, May 10, June 14, July 12, August 9, September 13, October 11, November 8, December 13

2nd Fridays Art Walk  

 


Senior Art Workshop

Thursday, February 28 , 1:30–3:30pm
Thursday, March 21, 1:30–3:30pm 


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Picnic in the Restless Garden

Stephanie Jucker

Picnic: Saturday, February 16, 2–4pm

Curated by Lauren Bartone

Join us for a picnic in the Restless Garden on Saturday, February 16, 2–4pm. There'll be tea and sandwiches and an opportunity to make art from recycled materials. Bring a picnic blanket if you like. Teddy bears are welcome.

“Things in the garden are making me nervous. To quote William Blake’s poem Garden of Love, I am seeing ‘what I never had seen.’ My use of garden as a metaphor is partly influenced by the iconography of a Catholic upbringing, with its portrayals of Eden, and a nostalgia for the English garden I played in as a child. I revisit that sense of play in my work, but from a place of experience. My response to feeling anxious has been to recycle materials that accumulate around me. With burnt, water-damaged, and discarded stuff, I construct symmetrically balanced compositions to reassure and ground myself. The design is informed by the geometry of insects and flowers resulting in wall pieces, books, and mobiles compositionally anchored by a central axis. From this secure core they burst with life, referencing the giddy optimism of creation in the face of a tenuous future.

The garden wants change and has ideas of its own. Whether we’ll be around to see what those are really hangs in the balance.” Stephanie Jucker

 


REPRESENTATION: Approaching Art Galleries

A workshop with Stephen C. Wagner

Wednesday, March 13 • 7pm–9pm

"REPRESENTATION: Approaching Art Galleries" - learn about identifying art markets, researching art galleries, establishing gallery criteria, contacting art galleries, standard practices, contracts, exclusivity, and private sales - with Stephen C. Wagner, professional artist, gallerist, and educator  http://www.sfartistnetwork.org/marin---san-rafael.html 

• $25 per person, free for Art Works Downtown Members
• Hand-outs provided to attendees by presenter
• Seating limited
• RSVP to Ellen Leo, This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Stephen encourages other artists to commit to their artwork and take the steps necessary to become more successful through his guest speaking on professional development for artists at art organizations throughout California. His lectures offer artists insight to jump-start their artist career, obtain clear focus on their intention for their artwork, create a strategic plan for their artist career, create an impressive artist portfolio website, and master the business of art. Stephen also provides one-on-one consultations with artists to develop strategies, goals, and actions plans. More about Stephen C. Wagner: www.sfartistnetwork.org/contact.html

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