Saturday, November 2nd — 5pm-9pm.

Join us at Heron Arts for our inaugural open studio showcase, presenting new completed works from a group of artists working across mediums — including paint, metal, blown glass, and digital light projection.

The show focuses on the interplay between artistic personalities and forms. All the artists have collaborated on a single, large-scale piece that incorporates each of their mediums. Each artist will also present an individual work, relating that component to the whole.

Located At 7 Heron St, San Francisco, CA 94103
off 8th street b/w Folsom and Harrison

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Daniel ChenPaint

Daniel Chen is an emerging new artist. Currently pursuing a graduate degree at the California College of the Arts, his vivid work explores tension through opposing themes of sex and violence, love and aggression.

Jess WainerGlass

Jess Wainer is a nationally recognized glass artist in Oakland, CA. In the decade since she earned her BFA in Glass from the Rhode Island School of Design, Jess has designed and fabricated glass vessels that are best sellers at the SFMOMA, Oakland Museum, and numerous other museum shops and boutiques.

Mark SleeCuration

Mark Slee is a wearer of many hats. His individual artwork spans music composition and light sculpture. With the Heron Arts open studio program, he is exploring new avenues in a role of curation and collaborative art direction.

Reza AliDigital Projection

Reza Ali is a computational designer/creative technologist/multi-faceted hybrid engineer. His computationally driven design work explores geometric forms, motion, structure, and interactivity. It has been featured in a variety of gallery and performance contexts.

Sarah OwenMetal Patina

Sarah Owen has participated in a wide variety of creative projects in the fine and decorative arts, theater, film and interiors across the country and overseas. She recently moved from the East Coast to the East Bay after many months of traveling. This journey is evident in her current work exploring distance and the passage of time.

Zack SuhadolnikPaint

Zack Suhadolnik's early aspirations involved life as a pro surfer, until he discovered the possibilities of Photoshop and decided to leave his home in sunbaked San Diego to pursue pixel pushing in the foggy abyss of San Francisco. A graduate of the Academy of Art University, his work explores interplay between realism and mythical worlds.

a: 7 heron st, sf ca 94103