Huge Thanks to everyone who came out for our party last Thursday night! ?We had double the attendance of the rest of our shows and ALL of the food, wine and beer were heartily consumed!! ?This great night featured incredible work, art sales and fantastic opportunities for mixing and mingling!!
Even the kids got to take part in the action under the firm hand of flour painter, Tim Armstrong, who helped them make their own unique flour painted emblems on our gallery floor.
For those who signed up for the Sewer Ride, you probably heard it was cancelled due to torrential rain. ?The SFBC Sewer Ride has been rescheduled for Saturday, May 10th at NOON. ?There will be a small party at the gallery to welcome riders and any one else who wants to come out and celebrate this awesome show at 3PM.
Alternative Cosmos closes on March 17th! ?Special Offer for the final days includes $75 off all artwork by Solis! ?Get a great deal on work by this great artist!
Beneath The Surfaceopens March 27th with additional Reception March 29th
Reclaimed Room’s most ambitious show to date. ?This exhibition will feature artworks from six eclectic artists, all of whom approach the theme from a different perspective. ?Expect surprises from above and below as Miles Epstein, Clint Imboden, Bruce Barton, Tim Armstrong and Soumyaa Behrens vie for your attention to matters beneath the urban surface.
Opening Reception March 27th from 6-8pm. 701 Amador Street, SF 94124
Special Event:?San Francisco Bicycle Coalition sponsored “Sewer Ride” ?from Daly City BART to Reclaimed Room on Saturday March 29th. ?Tour starts at noon and comes to a close at the exhibition near 4pm. ?Whether you ride or just want to hop on at the end. ?Join us for another reception with the artists?March 29th at 4pm?in honor of SFBC and the re-imagined and highly popular sewer ride.
This year’s adventurous and moderately challenging tour will start at the Daly City BART station. We’ll climb east, up and over San Bruno Mountain and drop to the edge of San Francisco Bay. Turning north, we’ll sniff our way around the backside of Candlestick Park, investigating the squishy boundary between humans and H2O, with emphasis on the massive sewer mechanics below our feet. The tour ends just north of India Basin, at the Reclaimed Room, an exhibition space for environmental arts, crafts, and media. A project of Building Resources at 701 Amador Street.
12 miles, some climbing, some steep downhill, and a bit of dirt and gravel. Bring helmet, water, good attitude and a snack! Comfort riding in traffic and groups advised. Questions? contact email@example.com