Selected Artists
Jan 25th 2016 Posted in: Featured Posts, Interviews, Selected Artists 0

A film still from Gary Yost's work in Fiji. Gary says Fijians and warm and welcoming people.

Marin County, CA-based filmmaker Gary Yost is best known for his short film The Invisible Peak about a project to restore the West Peak of Mount Tamalpais to its natural state. The film was shown in numerous film festivals to acclaim and awards. Most recently, Gary was invited to the Fijian island of Vanua Levu by Gavin de Becker, founder of the Naqaqa Giving Foundation to film the indigenous people of that island.

Dec 22nd 2015 Posted in: Featured Posts, Photographers, Selected Artists 0

Ramses Batista Cuba photography

Ramses H. Batista is one of Cuba’s most renowned modern photographers, his career spanning more than 20 years and virtually every subject imaginable: portraiture, social documentary, religion, landscapes, and most recently, nudes. But Batista didn’t start his artistic career as a photographer; as a young man, he was a painter, until one defining interaction with an instructor changed his path forever.

“His painting instructor told him, ‘You’re a terrible painter. But you would be a very good photographer,’” says San Francisco-based photographer Jock McDonald, a long time friend of Batista’s who has himself made more than 50 trips to Cuba.

Ramses took his instructor’s advice and turned toward photography and cinematography. He has since worked with several Cuban and international photography agencies and magazines, and has had numerous solo exhibitions in Cuba, Canada, and Europe.

Mar 10th 2015 Posted in: Blog, Gary Yost, Selected Artists 0

Gary Yost to Premier Mt Tamalpais film, Featuring the Work of Artist Genna Panzarella

Photographer and filmmaker Gary Yost will present a series of short films at the O’Hanlon Center for the Arts including the premier of his new project, Mountains Made of Chalk, Fall into the Sea, Eventually The film features the work of artist Genna Panzarella, who paints a 10-foot-wide mural of Mt. Tamalpais as it was when it was whole—literally inside what used to be the mountaintop. The film will premier with Gary’s new series about Mill Valley at a special event at the O’Hanlon Center for the Arts on Thursday, April 2 at 7PM.

Nov 18th 2014 Posted in: Featured Posts, Selected Artists 0

Margot Hartford teaching encaustics

Working with encaustics began as a hobby for Margot Hartford, but now she is selling her pieces in four different galleries across San Francisco and on her website. She also teaches a popular workshop at The Image Flow.

“People like the process—they get into it. It’s tactile, easy, there’s nothing to learn. Anybody can do encaustics—that’s the beauty of it,” she said.

Oct 31st 2014 Posted in: Blog, Photographers, Selected Artists 0

Heal! Veterans and Their Service Dogs Travis Runnels

Photographer Vicki Topaz launched HEAL to tell the stories of these veterans and their canine companions. She began her portrait series, HEAL! Veterans & Their Service Dogs in 2012, in which veterans discuss the challenges they face after returning home, the perils of post-traumatic stress disorder, and the healing power of the human-canine bond.

Oct 6th 2014 Posted in: Featured Posts, Selected Artists 0

Mixed Media artist Michael Cutlip

Mixed media artist Michael Cutlip has an innate interest in trying new things and finding what works for him—it’s evident in the unexpected juxtapositions of his multimedia collage pieces and in the story behind how he became an artist.

Feb 18th 2014 Posted in: Past Shows, Selected Artists 0
Gum Bichromate by Brian Taylor

Presented by Gallery 291

Feb 18th 2014 Posted in: Past Shows, Selected Artists 0
New Works by Michael Garlington

Presented by Gallery 291

Feb 28th 2013 Posted in: Old Menu 2013, Selected Artists 0
Artwork by David Gibson
Nov 4th 2010 Posted in: Selected Artists 0
Mother Bird by Gary Yost
Nov 3rd 2010 Posted in: Selected Artists 0
Africa by Rich Adams
Oct 21st 2010 Posted in: Selected Artists 0
Paintings by Donna D'Acuti
Oct 21st 2010 Posted in: Selected Artists 0
Paintings by Leah Schwartz