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ArtHaus at 425 MARKET STREET

GIOI TRAN

Woven Reflections – Select Paintings
Now on Exhibit through November 30, 2018

Curated by: Jan Casey Bertrand – Casey & Associates Art Advisors
In association with: ArtHaus Gallery+Consulting
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Main Gallery – FAST FORWARD – Preview

FAST FORWARD

NEW SPACE / NEW WORK
Gallery Artists in rotation

Project Gallery – Preview

PAIRINGS

DONNA MCGINNIS Paintings with RIIS BURWELL Sculpture

Out + About – PANHANDLE HOME

ArtHaus at PANHANDLE HOME

Featuring Works by RIIS BURWELL, MARC LAMBRECHTS, DONNA MCGINNIS,
PAUL MORIN, GIOI TRAN,
 and MICHAL VENERA

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Out + About – ArtMARKT 2018

ArtHaus @ artMRKT 2018

April 27 – 29, 2018
Booth #123
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Discover and acquire new art, while exploring art trends developing around the globe, at the 8th annual Art Market San Francisco, the Bay Area’s leading contemporary and modern art fair, taking place April 26-29 at Fort Mason with 70 innovative and established galleries from around the world.
Download your Complimentary 1-Day pass here.
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Main Gallery – MARKING TIME

MARKING TIME

Early and Recent Works in Various Media by Gallery and Guest Artists

An evolving show documenting the exhibition history of ArtHaus over the past 22 years. Spotlighting early and more recent works, Featured Artists include: ANDREA ARROYO, PAUL MORIN, JHINA ALVARADO, THEA SCHRACK, CAROLYN MEYER, ADAM KURTZMAN, JOANNE LANDIS, MARC LAMBRECHTS, SERENA BOCCHINO, CAROL MASSA, JOHN WOOD, JESS JOHNSTON, CARRIE ANN PLANK, LUCKY RAPP, MATTHEW FREDERICK, MIRANG WONNE, RIIS BURWELL, DONNA McGINNIS, CHRIS SCHIAVO and more…

Main Gallery – SHINE

SHINE

Works Pertaining to Surface by Gallery and Guest Artists

Featuring: MAXINE SOLOMON, KENNETH SLOAN, SERENA BOCCHINO, MICHAEL BECKLER,
LUCKY RAPP, MIRANG WONNE, GIOI TRAN, PAUL MORIN, PATTER HELLSTROMTHEA SCHRACK, JHINA ALVARADO,
ADAM KURTZMAN, CARRIE ANN PLANK, CAROL MASSA and SUZANNE BENTON

Out + About – ArtHaus POPS-UP @ CODE Salon

ArtHaus POPS-UP @ CODE Salon

Featuring works in various media by: Carol Massa, Gioi Tran, Lucky Rapp, Carolyn Meyer

Project Gallery – New Works

NEW WORKS

by Gallery Artists

Main Gallery – Urban Legends

URBAN LEGENDS

New Paintings by Carolyn Meyer

Bay Area Artist Carolyn Meyer not only captures the essence of San Francisco and New York with her impressionist strategies and capabilities to push oil impasto beyond all limits, she appears to hold these great metropolises for ransom. There is paint; sometimes less paint than usual, then more paint, and even more paint. When speaking about her latest work, Meyer appears to enjoy talking about her process as much as the act of painting.

“These new Cityscapes have given me a chance to try new color combinations and explore processes of creating texture, both visual and physical. At one point, the paint is thin and rough and primarily grey with a limited color palette. And then, I find myself reverting back to full on color portrayed in a heavier application.

Feelings and memories build from her initial composition into a deeper search for more expression not previously or fully realized. Meyer explains…“Besides an obvious obsession is the ability to try new painting procedures. It really comes down to this: At first, I am drawn to the physical beauty. Then, and here lies the real deal, I am trying to get closer to understanding the relationship between all that lies within the frame of what I see and the finished painting.”

Meyer’s latest works portray locations both new and familiar. “Suddenly I turn a corner, be it in San Francisco or New York, and there it is – one of those I have to paint this moments. But then there are those personal, repeating memories that contribute to more legendary points of view. Continuing to return to specific places gives me a chance to explore why I often repeat myself in a different expression.”

Amidst all the heights, distances and perspectives, and as fearless and soulful a painter Meyer can be, it is this small, 12”x12” painting titled New Store Front that brings Carolyn Meyer as up close and personal as we’ve seen her to date.

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