Painting by Miss Van
Tonight is an exciting night for art lovers in San Francisco because we have two great openings at FIFTY24SF Gallery – Miss Van and Jeremy Fish. Many of you know Miss Van and her infamous globe-trotting “poupees” with their iconic doe eyes, pouty lips and taunting gazes. With each show, Miss Van places her poupees in different settings and this show is no different. “Still a Little Magic,” Miss Van’s newest undertaking, takes us under the bit top tents into the world of masks and charade. Miss Van is showing at the downstairs gallery of FIFTY24SF.
Jeremy Fish‘s show, “Ghosts of the Barbary Coast,” takes us on a visual history of San Francisco. Using the adventurers who chased their dreams to San Francisco during the California Gold Rush as an inspiration, Jeremy Fish weaves a tale of mischief and mayhem through 35 new pieces including paintings, illustrations and woodworking projects from Indonesia. Jeremy Fish is showing at the upstairs gallery of FIFTY24SF. Also, check out these great video interviews Jeremy did: A studio tour/interview with Fecal Face (view after the jump) and a cooking session with celebrity Chef Chris Cosentino.
Miss Van and Jeremy Fish are two of my favorite artists and I can’t wait to see these shows tonight! See you there!
FIFTY24SF Gallery, a division of Upper Playground
248 & 252 Fillmore Street
San Francisco, CA 94117
Miss Van & Jeremy Fish – The artists taking a break.
More Sneak Peaks of Miss Van’s “Still a Little Magic”
Sneak Peak of Jeremy Fish’s “Ghosts of the Barbary Coast”
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