Daily Archives: April 30, 2009

Deja Vu: 5 Year Anny

Anniversary parties can be stuffy, nauseating, or fun depending on the host. We think The Shooting Gallery‘s 5 Year Anniversary was noteworthy, as did our friends at Vimby. The celebration (March 2008) included Joshua Petker‘s solo exhibition, Neon Black, and festivities ensued. We think Justin did a great job describing the gallery mission that we continue to uphold.

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NYC Updates: Erik Otto


For me, when I am feeling down, my therapy is to paint, and the more intense that feeling is, the larger I need to work. There is nothing like that deep satisfying feeling when you conquer a piece that originally felt impossible to complete. –Erik Otto

Read his latest interview at the Charmingwall blog. (FYI, we still have a few prints of “The Voyage”!)

DRAW Spotlight: Lafe Eaves


DRAW Show” is unique to any previous exhibition at The Shooting Gallery, bringing together hundreds of artists near and far. We had the opportunity to add worthy SF artists to the conglomerate, one of which is Lafe Eaves. We were so pleased with his show at Gallery Three last June that three of his drawings made it on the wall, with more to come. Lafe will reclaim Gallery Three next July- and it’s sure to push buttons.