Erik Foss just flew in from NYC armed with dozens of vintage frames and insane asylum accessories. A straight jacket, chains, a cloth mask now hang above his mixed media paper pieces and paintings in Gallery Three. They await your visit to the opening reception of Unseen on TV taking place tomorrow (Nov 14) from 7-11pm at Gallery Three.
Erik Foss with Ramblin Worker
This collection of work is as personal as it gets. Each piece relates to a relationship in Erik’s past or present, and possibly even his future. Some of the stories are of tragedy, rage, or seduction while others are softly inviting. Come see Unseen on TV in person to understand Erik Foss from the inside out.
Opening reception: Saturday, November 14th 7-11pm at Gallery Three
We’ll see you there!
Ramblin Worker’s Alphabet Skate Park can now fit comfortably in your pocket. Learn your ABC’s with his new zine, which playfully spells out the entire alphabet in skate ramp shapes. The 100 limited edition zines are 4x4in with a silk screened cover. Available at Etsy for $5.
This is the last week of Upstairs Is Where the Magic Happens at Gallery Three, so come by before November 7th to see Ramblin Worker’s full size works in person.
See more photos on flickr.
6th Annual Urban Art Silent Auction
to benefit Hospitality House’s Community Arts Program
Art for the House
Friday, November 6th
6-10pm at The Shooting Gallery
839 Larkin (@ O’Farrell)
Please join us for our 6th Urban Art auction to benefit the Central City Hospitality House. This noteworthy organization resides in our own Tenderloin district of San Francisco, and we back all their efforts to aid the local homeless community. The auction will include art work from:
Hospitality House’s Community Arts Program
The Shooting Gallery
Select local artists
We can guarantee you will see works by Greg Gossel, Van Arno, KMNDZ, Fanee, Ramblin Worker, Bryan Schnelle, and Joshua Petker on the ballot.
This is a rare opportunity to see works by such artists in a very affordable price range. Come out to support the local community and walk away with something beautiful. We’ll see you there.
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Ramblin Worker just dropped us a note with great pictures of his recent projects. You can catch him at Rare Device tonight, and he will also be in Gallery Three for Upstairs Is Where the Magic Happens this October. Check out some progress shots of Steve’s new work for Rare Device.
Masters of the Impossible at Rare Device:
And last but not least, Steve’s Bicycle Film Festival shirt is now available through HUF:
T shirt photos by Samuel Bristow
Check out Rambin Worker’s flickr for more photos and be sure to hit up his opening reception tonight at Rare Device.
Because our readers are such creative and wonderful people, we would like to make this announcement on behalf of the Gallery Three artist, Lisa Fong. She is renting out a large room in the Dogpatch district of San Francisco, and not just anyone will do. Lisa fills us in on the details below:
We have a room available at the Splung Warehouse. Big bedroom, skylight, bigger warehouse. This is a custom built warehouse with a sound studio. Not your typical loft. We are looking for a mature, considerate, clean adult. Artist or musician/creative types prefered. We have a really amazing group of people living here and need to keep it that way.
Available Sep 1:
Room at the Splung warehouse
In Dogpatch (back side of Potrero Hill)
On 3rd Street between 22nd and 23rd
Room is about 290 Square Feet
Warehouse is 2200 Square foot footprint with multiple levels. All custom built (this is not your typical loft)
$900 per month, utilities included
Close to 280/101 freeway access
Public transit on bus lines 22/48
Caltrain 22nd station 2 blocks away
T Line light rail on 3rd street
Contact Lisa Fong for more information.
Bryan Schnelle put in 110% to install his current show, Suicide Machine, at Gallery Three. The room is simple and pristine- nevermind the 500 ski masks hovering behind you. See what we mean with this short vid and come by Galley Three this month to absorb the full experience.
“Upstairs Is Where the Magic Happens”
New Works by Steve MacDonald
Opening Reception: October 10th 2009 from 7-11 pm.
Show runs through: November 7th 2009 and is open to the public.
Gallery Three is proud to present “Upstairs Is Where The Magic Happens,” a new body of work by Steve MacDonald. Intermixing gold, silver and explosive colors, MacDonald creates enchanting worlds made of thread and paint. Please join us for the opening reception on November 7th from 7-11 pm.
Steve MacDonald is no stranger to the art community. Known as a jack of all trades, master of one, he finds his own unique niche in sewing. His artwork has paved the way for a number of creative ventures including designs for Modest Mouse, PUMA, MASH and most recently Huf SF. Continue reading