Tag Archives: painting

SF Artist Plans a Mural “The Disruption”

San Francisco artist and muralist Sirron Norris has launched a fundraising campaign to redo his first-ever mural – a surreal cityscape intertwined with cartoon characters and machines – to be replaced with one that reflects the city’s current struggles with inequality and police brutality. He wants the “makeover” to reflect and connect to the city’s “current political landscape.” It will...

Two New Murals Take Shape

Beauty Bar’s wall is getting a makeover, and new art is coming to Revolution Cafe’s Bartlett street wall as well. Deb, a full-time artist and recent transplant from Australia, is working on the vintage-inspired mural at 19th and Mission for Beauty Bar in keeping with the locale’s thematic decor. Though the artist is making San Francisco her new home, travel plans have...

Artists and Viewers Collaborate

By MADELEINE BAIR No matter the type of artwork, audiences generally come to a gallery with one simple expectation: The art is complete. Artists at work and audience, convention dictates, do not belong together. But at the Mission Cultural Center on Saturday night, tradition was thrown out the door as 77 artists and hundreds of guests filled the two large...