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Voss Gallery: Natalia Lvova “Confections” Celebration
February 15 @ 6:00 pm - 10:00 pm
Voss Gallery’s [The Down Low] presents “Confections,” a solo exhibition of provocative oil paintings by Natalia Lvova that boldly celebrates female erotic fantasy and psychology.
Reserve your ticket to the “Confections” Celebration on Friday, February 15, 6-10PM! The artist will be in attendance. Champagne and sweet treats will be served. Tickets are available for purchase on our website ($10 advance / $15 day of). Stay tuned for event updates!
The exhibition is on view February 12-29, 2020. Exhibition hours are Monday – Sunday, 12-6PM or by appointment. Viewer discretion is advised.
[The Down Low] is located on the basement level with access via a staircase which may present difficulties for those with physical disabilities. We apologize for this; please contact us for additional documentation and information on our exhibitions if you would like to view the exhibition but have accessibility needs that our space doesn’t meet.
NATALIA LVOVA (b. Tyumen, Russia, 1985) is known for her powerful utilization of vibrant colors, unique visual schemes, and patterns in creating original masterpieces that are hailed by art enthusiasts of every generation. Notably, Natalia holds a patent for her unique style of painting, which she has aptly named “TwiddleART.” She has created a number of fashion collections featuring her distinctive art, as well as illustrated “BukvaBuk,” an educational art book aimed at the development of abstract thinking for children, endorsed by the Department of Education in Tyumen city, Russia.
VOSS GALLERY is an art gallery in San Francisco’s Mission District established in 2019 by Ashley L. Voss. The gallery features a dynamic exhibition program of work by emerging and mid-career artists in both solo and thematically organized group shows with an emphasis in New Contemporary work with a technical edge. Voss Gallery prides itself for its unique commitment to fostering community and establishing relationships with local artists and young collectors. New exhibitions are presented approximately every three-to-four weeks.