Coming up in San Francisco is a great themed exhibition titled Like A Tom Waits Song. The imagery conjured up in my head by this unique title is delicious – shabby vintage cafes, solitary figures leaning under streetlights, bars full of whisky and cigarettes, faded sepia circus scenes and on and on…. Curated by Andrea Schwarz, the show is all artwork inspired by Tom Waits and his music. So if you are a fan of all things Tom Waits, this is a must see art show, lickety-split.
“This one-of-a-kind, unique exhibition will shine a bright dingy yellow spotlight on artwork in all media and all genres. Like a Tom Waits Song features the work of artists who have found themselves deeply moved, enraptured, bemused or inspired by Tom Waits and will be enjoyed by art and music lovers alike.” – Via Arc Gallery
Arc Gallery & Studios, 1246 Folsom Street, SF
Opening Reception: Saturday, May 3rd 7-9PM
Artist Talk: Saturday, June 21st, 12 NOON -2PM
Exhibition: May 3 – June 21st
Featured Artists: Sabrina Antonio, Joseph Begnaud, Marie Bergstedt, David Carls, Tuesday Cohen, Arthur Comings, Debra Dobkin, Jackie Ehle Inglefield, Suzanne Engelberg, Richard Field, Rebecca Finley, Kat Flyn & John Fitzsimmons, Brent Harris, Trudi Chamoff Hauptman, John Huckins, Peggy Huff, Andrew Kornblatt, Ellen Little, Penny McElroy, Carmen McNall, Mike Meares, Jennifer Mondfrans, Hadley Northrop, Patrushka, Michael Perault, John Petach, Gret & Manu Schnetzler, Allen Sinor, Todd Standish, Marko Susla, and Heather Younger
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