A group art show at ArtHaus in San Francisco titled Oceans 12 is set to run from Thursday, October 5th through Saturday, October 7th with an opening reception on Thursday from 6-8PM. Twenty percent of all proceeds generated from the exhibition will go to Ocean Conservancy, a nonprofit organization that seeks to create “science-based solutions for a healthy ocean and the wildlife and communities that depend on it.”
The show itself will feature a variety of mediums by 12 featured artists. Those with work included in the show are Carolyn Meyer, Thea Schrack, Donna McGinnis, Brian Blood, Joanne Landis, Lucky Rapp, Gioi Tran, Michal Venera, Andrea Arroyo, Jhina Alvarado, Matthew Frederick and Serena Bocchino.
ArtHaus was originally opened in 1996 by James Bacchi and Annette Schutz in Nob Hill before moving later moving to SoMa. According to their website, “Bacchi and Schutz emphasize an intimate presentation of contemporary works, diverse in subject matter, media and style, by noteworthy New York and Bay Area artists. Their passion for the work they represent, and the outstanding service they provide for their following of collectors, curators, corporate art advisors, architectural interior designers and visual merchandisers has earned ArtHaus three nominations and awards for BEST ART GALLERY – BAY AREA “A” LIST.”
A $20 dollar suggested donation is requested at the door or online. In order to get a sense of how many people might attend, the gallery asks that you preregister through this link. ArtHaus is located at 411 Brannan Street San Francisco, CA 94107.
This exhibition promises to be a great example of how we can get creative and make a positive impact on our oceans and environment. A quality venue, intriguing art, and support for a great cause make this one stand out.
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featured image is by Thea Schrack, Edge Of Mystery, Photograph, 14”x20” printed on 18”x24” paper – click here to learn about Schrack and see more of her work