Art by Robert Minervini

About the work: “My work presents invented spaces that are based on reality, but revel in artificiality. In these desolate dreamlike non-places, I subvert nature and construct or destroy architectural sites alluding to the making of a utopian and/or dystopian environment.” – Robert Minervini Website: www.robertminervini.com Contact the artist: robertminervini@gmail.com

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Art by Christopher Reiger

Christopher Reiger is an artist, writer, and teacher who is currently living and working in San Francisco, California. Reiger’s art has been exhibited in many galleries from the West Coast to East Coast. He describes his artwork as “…principally concerned with contemporary man’s mutable conception of Nature.” E-mail christopher@christopherreiger.com for more information. See more of […]

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Night Life – A poem by Sam Burks

Night Life Where is that forgotten path? The one that used to split my days in half- Through the melting sunshine veil- And past the peeling mural of hell- I’ve lost my way somewhere along The memory of a trash strewn lawn Oh, who am I now? Ducking behind transparent walls And dying on the […]

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Art by RUBYSPAM

ARTIST BIO RUBYSPAM is a mixed media artist who works with oil and acrylic paint infused with wine, whiskey, coffee, balsamic vinegar and fruit and vegetable stains. She lives and works in the San Francisco Bay area and originally immigrated from Canada where she earned her BFA from the Ontario Collage of Art and Design […]

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Poetry by Michael E. Swain

Black Claws Splatter Windows of an exiguous pupil pique hands to build temples out of smoke, gouging out trunks to pack the past away at the end of a bayonet. The conveyor belts run like bees in a jar, selling flashes of hope of a future with legs to stand on. And the Cicatrice’s that […]

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Art by Cathy Lu

Lu received a master’s degree in sculpture from the San Francisco Art Institute in 2010. Her work has been exhibited throughout the United States. About the artwork: “In the broadest sense, identity is made of two parts: what we think of ourselves, and what others think of us. Our sense of self is dependent on […]

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Art Installation by Dana Hemenway

About this work: Wall Covering, site-specific installation, 2010 Artificial leaves, florescent spray paint, screws, spacers, Velcro Walls 1 & 2: 12’h X 15.5’w X 3”d Wall 3: 11’ 6”h X 15’w X 3”d Wall 4: 8’ 3”h X 15’w X 3”d Contact: dana.hemenway@gmail.com Dana Hemenway lives and works out of San Francisco, California. Click here […]

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Paintings by Geoffrey Kington

Kington is currently living and working in  San Francisco, California. He appreciates the spontaneity and spiritual elements associated with drawing and painting. He states, ” I want my art to be more than merely aesthetic. So I believe this takes thinking and looking for a direction, setting goals and making plans, but still allowing room […]

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Poetry by Harmony Riedman

The Locksmith There is a box where none of this exists. But don’t just turn around, you wouldn’t resist That sound will seem Left unfinished, undrawn, undug, undream, Nothing Upside down looking For the ground Well it’s unbound; unseen Listen, if you are still alive; before the night arrives it’s time you knew; once it […]

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