Thursday, November 25, 2010

Getta Clue x Official Hats x C Plus

What a pleasant surprise. The homie MC, C Plus, let me know about this window display currently up at the Getta Clue downtown store.  The photos were shot as part of the Official Hat Brand look book a few months ago and are currently being displayed for the holidays.  Niiiiice.

Upcoming: Amate & The Bridge is Over

I am particiapting in a couple great shows in the coming week.

This Saturday in SF at the Lopo Gallery come check out the Bridge is Over Show. The show, curated by the hard working, Ken Harman, brings together some really great artist from the greater East Bay area.  I will be showing more images from the caliLOVE series which was created entirely in Oakland. I got a sneak peak at the show on Tuesday when i dropped off my art work and was blown way by all of the amazing art work. Especially Keba Konte's pieces.  Come see them for yourself.  The show opens at 6pm.  

December 3rd at Intersection for the Arts, the incredibly talented poet, Leticia Hernandez, asked me to share some images as part of her annual event: Women Painting Stories. I am really looking forward to hearing her poem about the Mission which was inspired by visuals from the muralist Juana Alicia, the photographer Michelle Gutierrez and myself. If your free Dec 3rd, please stop by. It's going to be an amazing event.

*Thank you Leticia and Ken for including my images on the flyer.

Sunday, November 14, 2010

Zuzuka Poderosa

Saturday, November 13, 2010

Behind the scenes at the Miss Crew Shoe shoot for Sneaker Freaker
magazine. Be on the look out for next months issue.

Thursday, November 11, 2010

Guerrero Gallery

I met Andres Guerrero a few years ago at an art show where he was showing some work with the 7th Letter crew. Though I don't remember the name of the gallery, I do remember I was really impressed with his painting style and the composition of his work. Fast forward a few years later and Andres became part owner and curator at the White Wall Gallery and put me in my first big group show called WELL HUNG with some of the bay areas best female artist.  Andres and I stayed friends through out the years and I am happy to report that he has embarked on a new artistic venture. Today he is the owner of a new art space, Guerrero Gallery and I couldn't be happier for him.

About a month ago Andres called and asked if I would shoot some photos of him for story that the San Francisco Arts Quarterly was writing on him. Of course I said yes. Thanks Andres for thinking of me. Click HERE to read the interview and check out the rest of the magazine.  

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