Nathan Lynch

With equal parts comedy and tragedy the uncomfortable objects Nathan Lynch makes question our best efforts and reveal our frequent miscalculations. Inspired by half- finished housing developments, failed resolutions, canceled…

George Pfau

Between I and Us emphasizes pronouns and the threshold between the legible and illegible. Inspired by zombie films and love songs, the video explores the blurry line between “I” and…

Mel Davis

Mel Davis is a Berkeley, California based visual artist. She grew up in Montréal, graduated from Concordia University in 1998, then moved to the Bay Area to complete her Masters…

Andrew L. Rogers

  ARTIST STATEMENT I create small, painterly, wall mounted sculptures reminiscent of stones, precious metals and crystals.  Bashfully diminutive in scale, modestly self-aware of their place in art history the…

Tony Pedemonte

TONY PEDEMONTE Following in the tradition of Jean-Claude and Christo, as well as Judith Scott, artist Tony Pedemonte creates wrapped sculpture. Often using string or yarn, he rhythmic creates an…

Ranu Mukherjee

Ranu Mukherjee European Picture, a neo-romatic delay:a field of particles from Ranu Mukherjee on Vimeo. In this neo-futurist picture fragmentary scenes appear as glimpses of an uncontainable geophysical narrative; an…

Allan deSouza

ALLAN DESOUZA Allan deSouza, from the Commute series, 2013, projection, variable size Courtesy of the artist and Talwar Gallery, NY Allan deSouza is a San Francisco-based multi-media artist. His photography,…

Freddy Chandra

FREDDY CHANDRA   FORE   (2005) Time-based architectural installation with four sculptures and 4-channel digital video projections with sound. Two pairs of window-like translucent sculptures are embedded into the four corners…

Desirée Holman

DESIRÉE HOLMAN Desirée Holman is a artist based in Oakland, California. Her multi-sensory work positions theatrical tools, like costumes or props, in settings that illuminate ideas of identity, knowledge, and…

Jerome Reyes

JEROME REYES Jerome Reyes (b 1983, Daly City, CA United States) is an artist, researcher, and educator who works with the collaborative potentials of institutions, alterity, and architecture. He is…

Bunnie Reiss

BUNNIE REISS Bunnie Reiss’ ability to live simultaneously in the past and present helps her to understand that one must celebrate the new in order to appreciate the old. Her…

José Carlos Teixeira

JOSÉ CARLOS TEIXERIA This video project stems from a highly personal premise and is based on a participatory and collaborative event.  Starting from the definition of “fall”, which in the…

Jeremy Burleson

JEREMY BURLESON Using paper, tightly rolled to create a tube of sorts and then bent into a skeletal form, Burleson crafts lyrical lamp shapes. Vaguely allegorical, the structures are designed…

Sarah Nantais

Dealing with concepts of D.I.Y. home renovation, interior decoration and spatial organization, I create work which exists between definitions of architecture, the prototype, and furniture design. I am motivated by…

Hava Liberman

HAVA LIBERMAN ARTIST STATEMENT My work approaches life through a scientific perspective with an emphasis on the processes through which the molecular is made visible. I am very interested in…

Pete Belkin

PETE BELKIN   The Mountain Lion, an artificial specimen in a manufactured landscape reacts to the boundaries of the camera lens.  Caught in the act, frozen in a moment’s notice,…

John-Mark Ikeda

JOHN-MARK IKEDA ARTIST STATEMENT Taken in the arid plateau of Nazca Peru, Nazca Lines #1 , depicts an intersection point between the contemporary and ancient people of Nazca. Dry and windless conditions preserve…

Mie Mogensen

Mie Hørlyck Mogensen creates works, most commonly in combination of different material at the same time; like combinations of stretched vinyl, ceramic, plaster and odd hard ware components in which “body…

Kari Marboe

Henry House, named after the building where Kari Marboe’s 9th Street Exhibition piece is located, focuses on how past residents transitioned into the space, what they did there, and how…

Carling McManus

ARTIST STATEMENT Carling McManus’ works break the continuum of the moving image into fragmented moments. Much like photography, McManus is able to examine time on both the micro and macro…

Evan DeSpelder

EVAN DESPELDER   ARTIST STATEMENT My work is an exploration of the formal and conceptual possibilities of the digitally mediated painting. Hans Hoffman’s “push/pull” formalism should operate not just as…

Simone Root

SIMONE ROOT ARTIST STATEMENT Being and Becoming These sculptures are created through the accumulation of layered strips of paper. This material holds its form and by doing so, the memory…

Will Buhler

STATEMENT Our relationship with the world around us is indicated by the material culture that we sustain. Artifacts of material culture can be a sampling of how a community has…

Jon Kuzmich

JON KUZMICH Statement As an artist, I create labor and process-intensive visual systems that involve the conceptually driven organization of small, synthetic units into large and complex patterns. My work…

Jeffrey Augustine Songco

First exhibited at the Asian Art Museum in San Francisco, Blissed Out becomes the icon for the liminal space between the production of advertising and the consumption of spirituality –…

Erin Colleen Johnson

  On an early morning in September 2011, Erin Colleen Johnson found herself in the historic Marconi transmitting station in Point Reyes, California as Morse code signals filled the air.…

Ellen Lake

  Ellen Lake’s video projects connect obsolete technology and the ever-widening range of technological media available today. She often combines vintage home movies with digital media today to explore lingering…

Anna Valdez

Anna Valdez is a local, Oakland based painter whose work uses domestic objects to source her own, personal history and traditions. Her quilts, family cookbooks and clothing become references for…

Doug Garth Williams

Four Generations is a playfully nostalgic vision of a future set at the moment in which exponential technological advances lead to a transition from relatable augmented humanity to post-humanity. Naturally…

Brynda Glazier

BRYNDA GLAZIER Anaglyphic Collage Series The subjects exposed in a stereoscopic anaglyph inhabit a similar platform to the dioramic method. Its place, though observed in 3D is as contained and…

Maciej Makalowski

Each collage is 8.5″ x 12″   $200 unframed or $300 framed under 100% UV plexi Artist Statement Click here to view more work by Maciej Makalowski