Paintings for Sale
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acrylic on canvas, 14" x 18" 2010 $200, or $600 with all three Twisted City paintings including Dance City and Dance City Infrastructure Now on display at Avenue, 3361 Mission St., SF :: avenuesf.com
acrylic on canvas, 12" x 16", 2010 $160 or $600 with all three Twisted City paintings including Dance City and City Commerce Now on display at Avenue, 3361 Mission St., SF :: avenuesf.com
acrylic and crowd-sourced mixed media on canvas, 20" x 24", 2010 :: $240, or $475 with all three Twisted City paintings including City Commerce and Dance City Infrastructure. This painting includes self portraits of dancers at a public "flashmob" dance party - Flashdance - which I colored and collaged onto the canvas. To honor their contributions to this painting, a portion of the sale price of this painting will be donated to a relevant non-profit. Now on display at Avenue, 3361 Mission St., SF :: avenuesf.com
$60, crowd-sourced mixed media and acrylic on canvas, 8" x 10", 2012 -- price includes booklet of awesomeness answers :: The people in this painting are self-portrait drawings by people at Big Bang, a benefit for the Soundwave art and sound festival held at the Make-Out Room. Learn more about the process and see the original drawings at City of Awesome Tumblr. Now on display at Avenue, 3361 Mission St., SF :: avenuesf.com
$30, 8" x 10", acrylic and mixed media on canvas, 2012 Now on display at Avenue, 3361 Mission St., SF :: avenuesf.com
(sold) $175, 24 x 18", acrylic and mixed media on canvas, collaborative, 2012 :: People at Mission Pie drew pictures of themselves making San Francisco more awesome during the Awesome City exhibit. Those drawings were collaged directly onto the canvas. See the original drawings at moreawesomecity.tumblr.com/ :: Contributors include Elvia Buendia, David Ricardo, Wise Sons, Joe Wolf, Eryn, Francisco, Gabi and Javi Ramirez, Claudette Heisler, Sydney Roberts, Harper Roberts, Meredith Scheff, Erin Farrell, Sullivan Lane, Tessa Pogorelskin, Ailish O’Connor, Luzzulema, Felix, Richard Tsang, Daniel Coxxer, Karen Heisler, Gabriela, Jim Rizzo, Stephanie Ramirez, Alex, Joel Chaidez, Alex J, Debbie G, Olina, Nicole Walsh, Christy Becker, Jessica Aebi, Chris Stevens, Seth Familian, Gisela, Adela Laczynski,Brigid, Brigitte, Kris Morrison, Matt H, Stephanie, Erin Rebholz, Neil, Chai and Tej, Hannah Masius, JP, Eden Gallanter, Colin James, Anita Rao, Anke, Travis Leeper, Venuzia, Jody Frandle, Stephen S., Jess Hichok, Sandra, Splendy, Barbara Vincent, Sally, Duncan Rocha, Dayna Sparkle, Tracy, Natalie Greene, Parker P., Dan Cutting, Willy, Lili, Elizabeth and Thomas, Francsesca, Emilie, Gabi, Alexa & Alicia, Virginia, Stan, Daniela Lapidous, Fabian, Tom MacKenzie, Christin, Kaela, Oona Fitzpatrick, Omar Hutchins, Tehmina Khan, Shayna, Anna Larsen, Sophie, Anna (Stapler Igloo Rat), Christin, Kaela, Elizabeth, Rhiannon Charisse, Luke Chastain, and Rodney Seco. Now on display at Avenue, 3361 Mission St., SF :: avenuesf.com
$500, acrylic on canvas, 30" x 40", 2011 :: This painting is based on a surrealist painting I made in high school and inspired by Mandelbrot fractal patterns - patterns that appear in nature which look the same no matter how closely you view them. Now on display at Avenue, 3361 Mission St., SF :: avenuesf.com
$80, acrylic, marker and ink on paper, 18" x 24", 2011 :: Here is an experiment in how I represent the urban landscape in San Francisco. Bernal HIll is the model.
$30, acrylic and mixed on canvas, 20" x 20", 2000 :: This is a scene I was a part of in the days leading up to the 2000 Democratic National Convention in Los Angeles and the protests that went with it. Tom Hayden spoke with a group of protesters in a small, hot, and sweaty room of the LA convergence center. The California State Senator, who was put on trial for his role in the protests outside the DNC convention in Chicago it 1968, reminded protesters that all change comes from the streets, but we shouldn't forget the progress that can be made through politics. "When the movement subsides, the concessions disappear." Medea Benjamin stopped by to briefly join the conversation. Now on display at Avenue, 3361 Mission St., SF :: avenuesf.com
$50, acrylic on paper, 14" x 17", 2012 :: Looking out the window of the new Crescent Avenue studio - the view south from Bernal Hill.
$20, acrylic and ink on wood, 26" x 24", 2003 :: It's tough to see the plane ticket that's collaged in this painting.