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2015 Exhibitions

Our next San Francisco exhibition "Originals and Signed Archival Prints - The On-going Debate" will be held in early 2016. The artists are tentatively planned to include Takeshi Nakayoshi, Bill McElhiney, Larry Morace, Paulette Long, and Alberto Ybarra. Specific dates and other details will be announced shortly. Two more exhibitions are planned for the summer and fall of 2016.

Past Exhibitions

"The Second Tranche" show at Chroma Art Design

Our regular exhibition venue, Chroma Art Design in San Francisco, closed in 2012. Many thanks from us to Chroma's owner David Marten, and to his able assistant Peter Lemon, for all their support and assistance in planning and implementing these shows.  Since then we have been temporarily diverted from curating gallery shows to enhancing our for sale inventory through art auction purchases. However, recently we have been searching for a replacement venue and expect to resume our exhibitions in the Summer of 2015. Later in 2015 we will also be collaborating with other curators in jointly-sponsored shows.

In 2012 Takeshi Nakayoshi exhibited in a new member artists group show at the Prince Street Gallery in New York. The opening reception was held on Thursday, January 5th, 2012 and both Takeshi and I attended the opening. Photos of the opening reception and all pieces on exhibit can be seen by clicking here.The show ran through Saturday January 28th.

A group show of works on paper entitled "Winter Thoughts" with almost all Prince Street Gallery artist members participating including Takeshi Nakayoshi, opened on Tuesday January 31st, 2012 at Prince Street's Chelsea location at 530 West 25th Street 4th Floor New York, NY 10001. This show ran through Saturday February 25th, 2012.

Our show "Bay Area Abstract Art - A Contrast in Styles" opened on Thursday evening, September 23rd, 2010 at Chroma Art Design in San Francisco. The show included five Bay Area artists, namely, April Hankins, Takeshi Nakayoshi, Mi Jung Penzien, John Smiddy and Gina Werfel. Click here for a more detailed description of the show and the five artists. Click here for photos of the opening night reception and images of the art in the show. Clip here for a review of the show by DeWitt Cheng on Kenneth Baker, art critic at the San Francisco Chronicle, also visited the show and gave it a coveted  "Don't Miss" designation in the October 3rd-9th Sunday Chronicle pink section.

Our earlier show "Bay Area Figurative Art - A Contrast in Styles" opened on Friday, May 14th, 2010 at Chroma Art Design in San Francisco and ran through Friday June 25th. Four Bay Area figurative artists were included in the show including: Takeshi Nakayoshi, William McElhiney, Jennifer Downey and Jennifer Bloomer. Chroma is Located at 218 Mississippi Street in San Francisco's Potrero/SOMA district. Please click here for a detailed description of the show, and here for photos of the opening and images of the artwork.

Through October 29th, 2009, eleven artists, including Takeshi Nakayoshi, Roc Hopkins, Suzanne Radcliffe, April Hankins, Sona Holman, Anna Edwards, Mi Jung Penzien, John Smiddy, Tama Greenberg, Elizabeth Tana, and Eileen Downey exhibited at Chroma Art Design in a show entitled "Bay Area Contemporary Art - The Second Tranche" (see Sept/Oct 2009 Art Ltd and ArtSlant show listings).

Eleven large oil paintings of Takeshi Nakayoshi were also on display through June 14th, 2009 in a solo exhibit entitled "Collidism" in the ground floor lobby of the former Bank of America headquarters building at 555 California Street in the heart of San Francisco's financial district.

From March 26th to May 16th, 2009, Takeshi Nakayoshi, Roc Hopkins, Suzanne Radcliffe, April Hankins, Sona Holman and Anna Edwards exhibited in a show of "Six Modernists" at Chroma Art Design, located in the Potrero/SOMA district of San Francisco. This exhibition runs through May 16th, 2009.

In early 2009, Takeshi Nakayoshi and Roc Hopkins exhibited at DDB offices in downtown San Francisco, California in DDB's "Inspiration" exhibit. DDB is the largest advertising and marketing network in the world.
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