7×7 magazine, which covers the San Francisco lifestyle, chose Clubbing as one of only 10 images for their “Bring on the Night” photo competition. The finalists’ images were printed in this month’s issue.
A number of my night images have been chosen for the Pro Arts is located in Oakland, California. This is a great way for you to see my prints in person and evaluate how they would look in your home. There’s work there by several other artists, too. Follow the link above for directions and hours.
I’m excited to again participate in Pro Arts’ East Bay Open Studios, which takes place the first two weekends in June and involves up to 500 East Bay artists. Please stop by to see my work in person, much bigger and in more detail than you can on your screen.
This time, I’ll be exhibiting at the south end of the historic Sawtooth Building in Berkeley, at 933 Parker St. (at Eighth St.). My work will be at Studio Rasa, a beautiful yoga studio and community arts space.
Come see a print of my new Potrero Hill image Farley’s After Close, plus lots more night photography of the Potrero Hill neighborhood by 15 other artists, in a show titled “A Night on the Hill.”
The show is at Farley’s Cafe at 1315 18th St. in the Potrero Hill neighborhood, and runs only through the end of the month. So hurry!
It’s a good opportunity to enjoy a cup of coffee and a pastry in a rooted neighborhood cafe and also acquire a unique perspective on this established yet up-and-coming neighborhood.
A new night photography show featuring San Francisco’s rejuvenated waterfront has opened. You can see some of my never-before-exhibited B&W night prints at the first two of the three venues:
South Beach Café
800 Embarcadero St. at Townsend
San Francisco, CA 94107
Hours: 8 a.m.–9 p.m. daily
Fort Mason Center
Landmark Building “A”
Laguna St. and Marina Blvd.
San Francisco, CA 94123
Hours: 9 a.m.–5 p.m. daily
Four Embarcadero Center
Drumm St. and Sacramento St.
San Francisco, CA 94111
Hours: 8 a.m.–10 p.m. daily
I plan to be at the reception for the artists on Wednesday, February 9, at 5:30–7:30 p.m. at Fort Mason Center, Landmark Building “A.” So stop by, check out the art, and say hello!
All events are free and open to the public.
I’ve created a Night Photos screen saver for your PC that displays a slideshow of dozens of my night photos. (Retained for historical purposes. The screen saver is no longer available.)
Also, gift certificates are now available in any denomination. See the FAQ for more details.
I’m excited to be participating in this year’s Berkeley Artisans Holiday Open Studios. The last weekend in November (the 27/28) and the first three in December (4/5, 11/12, 18/19), 11 a.m.–6 p.m. on both Saturdays and Sundays, I’ll be hosting visitors in my studio.
You can buy gifts for people on your “nice” list, such as matted and framed work in sizes down to 4″×5″, a Night Photos screen saver for the computer user in your life, and photo greeting cards. Everyone can find something in their budget. So stop by and say hello.
I recently participated in the 2004 East Bay Open Studios. Although the show is officially over, you can still see my work by appointment at my studio in Berkeley. Just contact me to schedule a visit.