“Mischief” Art at Studio Gallery, San Francisco

Sheri DeBow’s piggy perfection- one of her best dolls, so far

Dropped into Studio Gallery to see the current exhibit “Mischief“, a group exhibit with so many past Eclectix artists it felt like a flashback. The show has a lot of pieces, very reasonably priced, mostly on the smaller side. There was a series of large glitter fashion model type paintings which left me bored and a number of others that lacked a necessary spark. On the plus side, there were quite a few wonderful pieces, mostly by artists whose work I know and love, some new to me that were awesome as well. An eclectic show, lots of styles, tons of critters, a lot of birds especially. Something here for almost anyone’s taste from more traditional studies to loud cartoons. Posted here are the cream of the crop (the ones there were room for…). Go see the show  in person and enjoy the mischief. (thru August 15th)

Chris Beck’s fun watercolor ducks

Koji Nagao’s had a knock-out trio of childlike doll sculptures

Lindsey Latimer’s expressive and dynamic “Fun With Voodoo”

 Christine Benjamin’s always energetic sweet, colorful and quirky pieces

Chad Frick’s flora and fairy tale world grabbing us in 

Michelle Water’s classic penguin beauty contestant, showing it… 

Missy Feigum’s new bold. wild bunnies provided some needed mischief…

Chiami Sekine’s poetic, achingly beautiful deers

Cameron Chung’s loose painterly perfection
Rebecca Peter’s awesome owl

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