ARTISTS

Artists´s works define our city. We are focusing on fine art to the highest possible standard while providing education for artists and our community to achieve that standard. 

Gordon Huether

Sculptor

Gordon Huether

Napa, CA

Projects have included art installations for private corporations, airports, transportation centers, parking garages, hotels, universities, hospitals, recreation centers, civic buildings, libraries, and museums.

Sculptor

Oleg Lobykin

Palo Alto, CA

Oleg Lobykin

Lobykin exhibits in the San Francisco Bay Area and has completed a number of projects in New York, Los Angeles, San Francisco, and Japan. Clients have included Stanford University, The Presidio Trust, The City of Cupertino, The City of San Jose, Cathedral Stoneworks Inc., The Denver Public Library, Yale University, The Metropolitan Museum of Art (The Cloisters), The Cathedral Church St. John the Divine, The Jewish Museum NYC, Alabama Limestone Co., & Artists and Architects.

Sculptor

Barbara Liotta

Washington, DC

Barbara Liotta

Barbara Liotta is a sculptor who works primarily in suspended shattered stone. Her work has been exhibited by the Phillips Collection, the Katzen Museum at American University, the Art Museum of the Americas, the Museum of the Americas, the World Bank, the Cafritz Center for the Arts, and many other venues. The US Department of State has taken her work to Pristina, Athens, Tirana, Sophia, and Addis Ababa.

Ryan Carrington

My work addresses the shift in public perspective towards the culturally defined roles of blue and white-collar workers in the United States. My intent is to provide a conduit for empathy between our stratified society by inspiring dialogue across communities of people that represent the corners of our culture, history and socio-economic status.

Sculptor

Ryan Carrington

Santa Clara, CA

Sculptor

Adam Wiedmann

Calistoga, CA

Adam Wiedmann

Celebrated worldwide, Adam’s work can be found in corporate, private and public collections and has been acquired by Former presidents, top CEO’s and notable designers. Adam has also exhibited in galleries and museums.

David Middlebrook

Los Gatos artist David Middlebrook creates small and large scale conceptual sculptures addressing contemporary social, political and environmental issues. He was part of the Funk Movement and has over 50 public art commissions with numerous works in major private and public collections including SFMOMA, Oakland Museum, Crocker, SJ Museum of Contemporary Art, Museum of Craft and Design (NYC), Houston Museum of Fine Art as well as renowned international museums. 

Sculptor

David Middlebrook

Los Gatos, CA

Graffiti Artist / Sculptor

Chor Boogie

San Rafael, CA

Chor Boogie, a.k.a. Joaquin Lamar Hailey, is a critically acclaimed spray paint artist. He was recently honored by Société Perrier as being number three among the Top Ten U.S. Street Artists. His visionary murals and art exhibitions have appeared all over the globe including venues such as the Beijing 2008 Olympic Games, the Smithsonian, Museum of Public Arts in Baton Rouge, Museum of Art Puerto Rico,  the LA Art Fair, Torrance Art Museum in Los Angeles, Museum of Contemporary Art in San Diego, Museum of Man in San Diego, San Diego Museum of Art, Children’s Museum in San Diego, Syracuse University Museum, and the Vision Arts Festival in Crans-Montana, Switzerland.

Chor Boogie

Spencer Keeton Cunningham

Mural Artist

Spencer Keeton Cunningham

San Francisco, CA

Spencer Keeton Cunningham is an American-born painter and artist originally from the Northwest and has been exhibiting works in museums and galleries for 15 Years. Using environmental and social issues, including Native American rights, as a means for his themed works, Cunningham works within large-scale mural projects as a medium, as well as film and sculpture. He is a member of the Colville Tribe with a reservation based in Northeastern Washington, where he draws much inspiration from.

Sculptor

Lin Evola

New York to San Francisco

Lin Evola

SV Peace Angels Project

 American contemporary artist, Lin Evola uses the “swords to ploughshares” paradigm for empowering change. She requests weapons from countries and communities through the proper law enforcement avenues while engaging the media to transmit the message of achieving lasting peace through sustainable approaches to weapons reduction, and supporting the removal of illicit weapons, transforming them into inspirational Peace Angels. 

Tor Archer 

Through freestanding and relief sculptures, as well as mixed-media works on paper, Tor Archer brings references to religion, mythology, history, and ancient Egyptian and classical Greek and Roman culture to 21st-century viewers. Working with materials including terracotta, marble, and bronze, he focuses principally on the female figure, which he presents in a pared-down form. Archer often overlays references to nature onto these figures by crafting them out of elements shaped like twigs, leaves, and vines. “I choose the female form as a representation of the life-giving, nurturing, and eternal forces of nature,” Archer once explained. “I am inspired by direct observations from nature: the structure of branches, looking up through a canopy of trees, the way vines intertwine, the weaving of nests, layering of sedimentary rock, erosion of cliffs, crystalline structure, the general way the natural world is formed.”

Sculpture

Tor Archer 

San Francisco, CA

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