Friday, April 16, 2010

Wayne Jiang Open Studio Event May 1st & 2nd- Hunters Point

Wayne Jiang Spring Open Studio Event

Saturday May 1st & Sunday May 2nd

From Wayne Jiang:

You are invited to my Spring Open Studio at Hunter's Point, San Francisco.

With over 15 acres of art studios contained in 7 buildings and over 125 artists, the Spring Open Studio at Hunter's Point Shipyard is the very best and most representative Open Studio in San Francisco. My new works will be exhibited in my studio, including Restaurant paintings and small landscape paintings.

Exhibit Starts: Saturday, May 1st
Exhibit Ends: Sunday, May 2nd
Hours:11AM - 6PM

For those who want an early preview of my art, feel free to drop by on Friday, April 30th between 1-5pm.

Address: Building 116, Studio #22, Hunter's Point Shipyard, San Francisco

Directions to Hunter's Point Shipyard

From 280 South
Go to 101; from 101 any direction: exit at Cesar Chavez East (Army Street East). Turn South on Evans St. Stay on Evans for 2 miles; it changes name to Innes St. Bear left towards the water. You will arrive at the Shipyard gates and receive a program with building maps. Parking attendants will guide you.

From 280 North
Take Cesar Chavez St. Exit (Army St.) Turn left off ramp, right at light, left onto Evans. Stay on Evans for 2 miles; it changes name to Innes St. Bear left toward water. You will arrive at Shipyard gates and receive a program with building maps. Parking attendants will guide you.

From San Francisco
Get to 3rd Street going south. Follow 3rd street, go past Cesar Chavez Street. Turn right at Evans Street. Follow Evans for 2 miles, the name will change to Innes Street. The Shipyard gates are at the end of the road. Remember to bear left toward the water at all times. Parking attendants at the gate will give you a program and guide you.

Jorg Dubin: New Paintings

If you are in the LA area, please visit Case Study Unholy Matrimony to see new work by Jorg Dubin in April and the Peter Blake Gallery in May.

Visit: and for more information.

Saturday, April 10, 2010

Tony Natsoulas: V.A.R.K. & IZZY'S Mini Van-Go Gallery One Night Only

Look for a special van outside our gallery this evening

Izzy's Mini Van-Go Gallery

Tony Natsoulas Fish and Seahorses

Proceeds of sales benefit the non-profit:


Veterinary After Rescue Kare


2nd Saturday: Two Shows Tonight, Two Locations

Join us this evening at SD Gallery for 2nd Saturday!

Lee Kavaljian and Tony Natsoulas Ceramic Sculpture

Both artists will be in attendance 6PM-9PM.

Tarmo Pasto - Tarmo Returns- Original Oil Paintings by Tarmo Pasto

6-9PM reception at Capital Public Radio

Thursday, April 8, 2010

Lee Kavaljian and Tony Natsoulas Interview on Capital Public Radio

Please join us this Second Saturday, 2-9PM, for the opening of Lee Kavaljian and Tony Natsoulas Ceramic Scupture exhibition at Solomon Dubnick Gallery.

Solomon Dubnick Gallery
1017 25th Street (between J & K St.)
Sacramento, CA 95816

Did you catch Lee Kavaljian and Tony Natsoulas this morning on Capital Public Radio from 10-11AM? Both artists were interviewed by Dennis Newhall on Insight.

To hear their interview please click on this stream:

For more information on their interview and Capital Public Radio:

Tarmo Pasto Exhibition at Capital Public Radio- 2nd Saturday Reception


Capital Public Radio hosts this 2nd Saturday reception

Original Oils by Tarmo Pasto

Please join us for a reception of appetizers, wine and live music. Admission is free.


Capital Public Radio

7055 Folsom
Sacramento, CA 95826

Artist’s Statement:

- Man walks about in two space dimensions, the vertical and the horizontal, interpenetrating volumes of which he is the dynamic and controlling center………. In my paintings I have attempted to create sensory space so that the beholder could feel at one with the painting.

~Tarmo Pasto

Art Critic’s Review:
The first impact on the viewer is that he is looking into a special world, the likes of which he has never seen before, but one which he can understand and be moved emotionally by. Then he becomes aware that this world of space and form is his own world, after all, but it has been superbly restated by an artist so that he may experience it afresh.

~John Oglesby, the Sacramento Bee
December 1962

Wednesday, April 7, 2010

Jian Wang: East Meets West Event Tomorrow @ KVIE

Please join us tomorrow evening at KVIE Studios from 6-9PM for Jian Wang's East Meets West Reception, Auction and Lecture Event.

Jian will give a brief lecture at 7:15PM
Live Auction begins at 7:30PM
Silent Auction ends at 8PM

Jian will have over 35 pieces on view at this show, many of which have not been exhibited for the public.

Thank you to all that have RSVP'd, we look forward to seeing you tomorrow evening.

For last minute RSVPs, please go to:

Thursday, April 1, 2010

From Jian Wang

My Dear Friends,

KVIE is hosting a special show of my work on
Thursday, April 8th from 6-9pm at the KVIE studio. There will be over thirty of my new and old paintings shown and a portion of all the sales will benefit the public station. I'll give a brief lecture about my exciting experience in Beijing and the honor of having my show at the National Art Museum of China during the Beijing Olympics.

A few of my books will be available at this event, including the beautiful catalog of the National Art Museum of China show. I'll be glad to sign all of the books for you at the party!

You have been the reason for my success and I hope you can come to share this wonderful moment with me.

There will be wine and food at the party, please
RSVP online by April 5th
at wang or contact Angie at 916-641-3596.

I'm looking forward to seeing you all.

Best Wishes,
Jian Wang