Events on March 1st from 6-9pm during the #CastroArtWalk

ART ATTACK SF
2358 Market St. Ste.1

Art Attack SF is proud to present “What Moves You,” an exhibition of geometric works by San Francisco-based artists, Dilcia Giron and David L. Hughes on view March 1st - April 1st, 2018. Join us for the opening reception Thursday, March 1st from 6-9pm during the Castro Art Walk. In addition, 4 Bay Area artists will create small-scale artwork in the gallery during the event. These local artists―each working in a different medium―will be available during the opening reception to answer questions and share their creative practice with attendees. More information about participating artists here.

In “What Moves You,” geometrical arrangements occupy gestural neverlands. Sculptural drawings embrace movement in their organic structures. Planes of color dare to defy their perimeters. Seemingly immortal, the works included in this exhibition navigate independent of time or place—reminding us to appreciate each moment.


SPARK ARTS
4229 18th St.

Sridevi and Friends — Portrait of an Indian Transgender Community at Spark Arts. Monique Relova spent time with a transgender community in southern India, near Bengaluru. Overcoming the initial hurdles as an outsider, Monique gained their trust and was accepted by the community. These portraits evoke the beauty and pride they maintain despite the many challenges they endure day-to-day. Exhibit on display throughout the month of March.


NORDEN LIVING
3618 17th St.

Norden Living proudly presents their guest artist Paul Fortin and the next chapter of his show "Unmasked". The evening reception to view this exhibit (and many others in the area) is part of the Castro Art Walk, the new monthly art event for the Castro neighborhood with a dozen participating shops and galleries.


BLUSH! WINE BAR
476 Castro St.


THE APOTHECARIUM
2029 Market St.

Adam Ansell will be on display at the Apothecarium during the February Castro Art Walk.

Artist Statement: The daring paintings of Adam Ansell take the viewer into a bizarre and bold-colored world that may be identifiable, yet not the same for each person. Adam’s edgy high fashion paintings are filled with contradictions: rugged and delicate, improvisational and meditational, spontaneous and labored, stark and festive.


Liz Tioupine will be on display at Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices Drysdale Properties.


LOCAL TAKE
3979 17th St.

Local Take is featuring the artwork of Roberto Rosas-Mariscal during the March Castro Art Walk.

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 Ruby's Clay Studio & Gallery's current show includes work by over 30 of the ceramic artists at the studio. It's called: Think Spring- Vases and Planters!

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