Nation Flowers II: Drawings by Elaine Michaud
June 4 – June 30, 2017
Gallery Hours: 8AM-12PM Tuesdays and Thursdays and by appointment
Reception: Saturday, June 10, 2017 from 4-6PM
Think Round Fine Arts
2140 Bush Street, Suite 1B, San Francisco CA 94115
(between Fillmore and Webster. Gallery entrance is on the driveway.)
Think Round Fine Arts is pleased to present Nation Flowers II, an exhibit of drawings exploring the cultural symbolism of flowers by Elaine Michaud. The exhibit will open on June 4, 2017, with a public reception on June 10 from 4:00 pm to 6:00 pm. The artist will be present to welcome the audience and visitors.The exhibit will be up until June 30th 2017.
As a member for 25 years of the largest artist community on the west coast, Michaud maintains a fine arts studio at Hunter’s Point Shipyard Artists Colony, a community of artists that serves as a viable support network and showcases San Francisco art via open studio exhibits throughout the year. She received her MFA from San Francisco State University, has exhibited her work throughout the San Francisco Bay Area, and has participated in numerous workshops and residencies. Her work has addressed the nature of family relationships and childhood experience, as well as the symbolism of flowers and forms in nature, exploring issues of family, identity, and the natural environment.
Think Round Fine Arts will host this exhibit through June 30, with gallery hours from 8:00 am -12 noon on Tuesdays and Thursdays, and by appointment, at 2140 Bush Street Suite 1B, (between Fillmore and Webster) San Francisco CA, 94115. Gallery entrance door is off of the garage driveway. For information, call: (415) 771-2198 or email: email@example.com and visit: http://www.thinkround.org/index/#/our-artists/
Marc Ellen Hamel’s exhibit of monotypes titled Urban Scenes will remain on display until June 30, 2017.
A press kit with artists’ statements, bios, and images can be found at: https://www.dropbox.com/
(Image featured on this page: Elaine Michaud, Magnolia Sieboldii 1 / North Korea, (2015), charcoal/graphite on paper, 22″ x 30″)