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ARTworkSF Gallery: What Lies Beneath Opening Reception
Date Thursday September 07
Time 5:30 PM - 7:30 PM
Location Details
ARTworkSF Gallery
49 Geary St., 2nd Floor
San Francisco, CA
(Union Square)
Event Type Other
Organizer/AuthorJen Morris
ABOUT “WHAT LIES BENEATH” : Revealing emotion and mood through color and texture.

The drive to emote through expressive and purposeful use of color and texture charges the motivation of artists working in abstraction to convert energy and inspiration into works that transcend the capabilities of language to convey emotion and mood. "What Lies Beneath: Revealing Emotion and Mood through Color and Texture" explores the quality of the emotion and the weight of the mood revealed in compositions of various media. This exhibit is a survey of the nuanced and complex relationships color associations and textural variations form with each other in a work and with the viewer on an emotional level.

A portion of the art sales will benefit the San Francisco Artist Resource Center non-profit (501) c.

Painting: Heather Hanan, Jennifer Morris, Roberto Montoya, Celestte, Ann Simms, Marius Starkey, Fong Fai, Mary Lou D’Auray, Louis Bording, Richard Bollingbroke, Aisjah Hopkins, Karen Gutfreund

Photography: Ari Salomon, Genea Barnes, Rich St. Cyr, Suzun Hughes, Pat Koenisgberg, Peggy Snider

Sculpture: Elizabeth Starr

Curated by Karen Gutfreund, Matt McKinley and Jo Farrell

Founded in 1997, ARC connects, educates, empowers and promotes creative people in the visual and literary arts by providing a supportive community online. We post calendars of shows, events and classes, readings, interactive forums, competitions, jobs, galleries, portfolios, hundreds of art links, art supplies, advice and techniques, and artists' stories. Artist Resource is a volunteer-supported non-profit organization operating as a project of California Lawyers for the Arts. For more information, please visit
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