Authentic Handcarved Woodblocks
5 x 5 inch
Original hand carved woodblocks used in my larger projects, including wall installations, editioned prints, and fabric printing. Blocks are cut down to 5 x 5 inch squares and each block includes a Seal of Authenticity and Artist Stamp.
Imin Yeh works in the medium of woodcuts, screen prints, and downloadable craft projects to create large-scale installations and interactive artworks. Recently, she was awarded the Irvine Fellowship at the Sally and Don Lucas Artists Residency Programs, an international multi-disciplinary residency at Montalvo Arts Center in Saratoga, California and was selected for one of ProArts Gallery in Oakland’s 2 x 2 Solos exhibition. www.iminyeh.info
She is a recipient of the 2009 Barclay Simpson MFA Award (juried by Oakland Museum of the Art’s Senior Curator, Rene de Guzman and Barbara Goldstein, the Public Art Director of the city of San Jose), the San Francisco Foundation’s Murphy and Cadogan Fellowship (2008) and the Yozo Hamaguchi Endowed Scholarship in 2007.
She has exhibited nationally and internationally and has had recent exhibitions at the AbsoluteZero, a street festival component of 01SJ Biennale, Mission Cultural Center, ProArts Gallery in Oakland, 18 reasons, San Francisco Arts Commission Gallery, Kearny Street Workshop, the Spare Room Project, and the Chinese Cultural Center. BA, University of Wisconsin, Madison; MFA, California College of the Arts. She lives and works in San Francisco and is currently the artist in residence at Mission Grafica at the Mission Cultural Center.
paper sculpture with box and tag
As a child of immigrants, assimilating and culture shock come naturally as breathing. Accepting and having the American taste for fast food came as a hallmark of socio-economic assimilation, a badge of honor. An example of this “badge of honor” can be found in the “Happymeal” marketed to children by offering toys and junk food.
Charlene Tan is an artist who lives and works in the San Francisco Bay Area. Born in Houston, Texas she spent most of her childhood in the Philippines only to go back to San Francisco to begin her education. She is a 2010 History of Contemporary Art BA candidate at San Francisco Art Institute. Her work has been shown at The Intersection for the Arts, The Marin Headlands Center for the Arts, [2nd Floor Projects], and Southern Exposure. Her practice is diverse, sculpture to performance work investigating topics on assimilation, consumer culture, phobias, and socio-political passivity.
silkscreen on paper
5 unique images, each print in edition of 30
Ink jet prints on 100% archival cotton rag
8×10 and 10×8, 2010
The series Baldessaring Baldessari is part of a larger body of work that critically explores the relationship and recognition of influence. I find that by making portraits of the influencer, often in their own style, I can come to terms with the influence, take what I want from it, and move on.
Robert Larkin is a visual artist whose practice spans a broad range of media and techniques while critically exploring subjective relationships such as perception and value, content and context, and the interweaving of past, present, and future.
Larkin has an MFA from the California College of the Arts, and as an Osher Merit Scholar, a BFA from the San Francisco Art Institute. He has been the recipient of a San Francisco Arts Commission Project Organizational Grant, a Zellerbach Family Grant, as well as an Osher Travel Scholarship to the Uffizi Gallery, Florence, Italy. Robert Larkin has exhibited work in solo shows in the US and Italy, and group shows in the US, Italy, Berlin, and British Columbia.
Born in suburban New Jersey, Larkin has also lived in Antwerp, Belgium and San Casciano dei Bagni, (SI) Italy. He now lives and works in San Francisco. WWW.ROBERTLARKIN.COM
A Mediated Living Box
Unique boxed sets containing small sculptures and a 4 x 6″ photograph
in edition of 10 total, signed and numbered on the back
- a moment is captured by a photograph
– the photograph’s image is searched through Google Images database
– someone else’s moment is discovered
– sculptures are created to depict this image of a stranger’s moment
– the original moment evolves into something entirely new
Kelly Lynn Jones uses her studio as the infrastructure to document an evolving process of making, breaking down, remaking, and repeating. Her “work space” exists next to the “designated art space”. The distinction between her studio and a finished art piece has blurred, yet are still contingent on one another. The action of developing a new physical situation and having to negotiate a conversation between process, place and object is what Jones is attempting to attain. She uses her personal landscape mediated through found images on the internet, by remaking objects found in photos and isolates them within a three dimensional space and ultimately bringing them back to an image. This slippage between the semblances of the real, authorship, and personal vs. public are highlighted through her process of making. www.kellylynnjones.com
Drag Dollars Series
Framed, unique embroidered dollar bills
Teri Claude grew up in the Mojave Desert of Southern California,
and has been making and showing work in the Bay Area Since 1999. Her work explores the queerness of everyday life. www.tericlaude.com
In the Sun
Lp/record with silk screened cover, produced by Awesome Vista Records
Includes 10 Songs of darkness and light
Christine Shields is an artist and musician based in the Bay Area.
Raised in rural areas on the coast, central valley, and the Sierra Foothills, her work is influenced by a mythological California, tales of dark and light, and the connection between exterior and interior worlds.
Food-safe 6” or 8” hand painted dessert plates
$12 – $18 each
I wanted to make something that one could eat off of or hand on the wall. I work as a pastry chef at the Blue Bottle Rooftop café and thought ideally one would buy a dessert plate at Shadowshop and come over to the café to order some cake they could ask to have served on their striped cake. Delicious.
Each package contains 26 napkins in 13 assorted colors.
$8 a set
I hand embossed napkins with the phrase I Made This For You and repackaged them so each package would contain a riot of color.
Life is like the crust of the earth or the rings of a tree. Our experiences and emotions accumulate in layers. Moments follow moments, days upon days. A rush of passion builds over the sweep of a familiar song, which came after a morning of disappointment, which blanketed a dream of pure joy. My process combines systems of accumulation and layering techniques often through color and stripes, to explore how our experiences, emotions, and memories build up over time.
Born in Ann Arbor, Michigan, but raised in Saskatoon, Saskatchewan, Rosenberg received her MFA in 2008 from the California College of the Arts and her BFA in Visual Arts from the Emily Carr Institute of Art and Design in 2003. She is an inter-media artist whose bodies of work combine systems of accumulation and elements of layering to explore how our experiences, emotions, and memories build up over time. Her paintings, paint-based sculptures and cakes have been exhibited throughout the US and Canada. She is currently employed as the assistant pastry chef at the Blue Bottle Coffee rooftop garden café at SFMOMA, creating desserts based on artworks of rotating museum exhibitions.
I will not curate any more boring shows
Card set of 6 cards and 6 envelopes with black inside
$12 a set
Based on John Baldessari’s work from 1971 “I will not make any more boring art”
Eleanor Harwood is the owner and curator of Eleanor Harwood Gallery. Prior to opening the gallery doors in 2006, she curated the Adobe Books backroom gallery from 2002 -2006. She is also a painter and has worked on various curatorial projects in the Bay Area. She was a student in the CCA MFA program and undergraduate at UC Santa Cruz studying Film Video and theory and American Studies with an Emphasis on Visual Culture. She has exhibited her paintings at Samson Projects MA, Lincart CA, and Pulligham Deffinbaugh OR
Ink on watercolor postcards- text on white background, packaged in plastic sleeve
Quoted Facebook posts IRL (in real life) to be dispersed through traditional or analog mechanisms. Selected from Failbook.com, these quotes are published moments of discovery, confusion, wonderment, and personal anecdotes.
Michael Arcega is an interdisciplinary artist working primarily in sculpture and installations. His art, though visual, is largely inspired by language and jokes. He utilizes comedic strategies and tactics to express darker global issues stemming from asymmetrical power dynamics. He received his BFA at the San Francisco Art Institute and his MFA at Stanford University. Michael is currently a Visiting Faculty at Virginia Commonwealth University.
His work has been seen in exhibitions nationally and internationally. His solo shows include the de Young Museum, San Francisco; Museum of Contemporary Art, San Diego; The Contemporary Museum, Honolulu; Marx & Zavattero, SF; Nicelle Beauchene Gallery, NY; and Steve Turner Contemporary, LA. Arcega has enjoyed residencies at the Headlands Center for the Arts, Montalvo Art Center, De Young Art Center, 18th St. Art Center. He is represented by Marx & Zavattero and is a member of APT Los Angeles. www.arcega.us