"Art on the Edge" Micro-Documentary Video Series

Art on the Edge, a video series introduced in October 2019, features Hunters Point Shipyard artists discussing being an artist and the influence of this unique site on their work.

Thanks to Shipyard filmmakers Sean Karlin and Orli Damari of Damari/Karlin Studio for creating this series.
Thanks to The Point and the Spring Open Studios Committee for supporting this work.

Linda Larson video

Linda Larson

This episode highlights Linda Larson, an oil painter who is inspired by the transformative power of nature. Her paintings evoke deep watery worlds in which recognizable and ethereal forms appear and vanish, creating an experience of both calm and a palpable tension between the translucent and the mysterious.

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Howard Hersh video

Howard Hersh

This episode highlights Howard Hersh, whose work embraces both painted and sculptural elements. The integration of two very differently defined disciplines – painting, which creates a two-dimensional illusion of the 3-D world, and sculpture, which exists wholly as a 3-D object – speaks to structure as both a metaphor and a reality.

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Marti McKee video

Marti McKee

This episode highlights Marti McKee, a San Francisco native, who has pursued the study of the figure with intensity and commitment for many years. For the past two years McKee has focused on designing and printing silkscreen posters advocating women’s rights, immigrant rights, social justice and impeachment.

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Rhonel Roverts video

Rhonel Roberts

This episode highlights Rhonel Roberts, a California-born “color expressionist,” whose vibrant and ever-evolving work has been featured in the posters for The Fillmore Jazz Festival, at home decor retailer Batch, and in the book Love Your Color.

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Rob Cox video

Rob Cox

This episode highlights painter Rob Cox, whose representations of urban landscapes, figures, and everyday objects showcase the process of painting itself. In Cox’s pursuit of the unique essence of his subject how to paint is as important as what to paint.

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Rebecca Haseltine video

Rebecca Haseltine

This episode highlights Rebecca Haseltine, whose somatically-inspired work sources experiences and sensations from the body, translating them into fluid visual renderings that can take any number of forms, including paintings, installations and collaborations.

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RONDOVAL video

RONDOVAL

This episode highlights RONDOVAL, a mixed media artist whose work transforms objects and elements of timeless nostalgia into a distinctly modern aesthetic.

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Jeff Long video

Jeff Long

This episode features versatile painter Jeff Long. Equally at home in abstraction or realism, Long’s paintings draw from many different sources – landscape and nature, cultural traditions, tribal design elements, Modernist motifs – fusing these elements into uniquely personalized impressions of the world.

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Carrie Ann Plank Video

Carrie Ann Plank

This episode highlights Carrie Ann Plank, an artist working in the mediums of installation, printmaking, painting, and glass. A large portion of Plank’s work considers reinterpreting and reorganizing visual information systems and how content changes meaning.

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Ayanna U'Dongo video

Ayanna U’Dongo

This episode highlights Ayanna U’Dongo, a video artist and photographer whose work has been featured in public venues including The Institute of Contemporary Art, Los Angeles.

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Martín Revolo video

Martin Revolo

This episode highlights Martín Revolo, whose artistic expression finds many outlets, including photography, filmmaking, music, collage, painting and printmaking. Each project is realized using a different combination of media, but all Revolo’s work speaks to the connections artist and viewer have through “personal mythologies.”

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Stanley Goldstein

This episode features painter Stanley Goldstein, whose evocative images of everyday life are painted with fluid brushwork that reveals his passion for the lushness of paint. In his depiction of the myriad physical and emotional connections between people, Stanley’s work embodies both the dramatic and intimate.

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Wynne Hayakawa video

Wynne Hayakawa

This episode highlights Wynne Hayakawa, a painter best known for her mesmerizing abstracts inspired by trees and the light around them. Her creative process evolves from a fleeting experience in the field to her painted interpretation of the interplay of light, color, pattern and space inherent in that experience.

Read More
Eric Joyner video

Eric Joyner

This episode highlights Eric Joyner, a painter well-known for his iconic scenes of robots and donuts, which range from deadpan to self-assuredly absurd. He is a member of San Francisco Society of Illustrators and New York Society of Illustrators,

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Kim Smith video

Kim Smith

This episode features abstract artist Kim Smith, whose meticulously assembled collages evoke the influence of Dada, the Bauhaus and Wiener Werkstätte movements. She works almost exclusively with vintage and antique materials to bring the feel of old Europe to her art.

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Stephanie Peek

This episode highlights Stephanie Peek, whose florally-inspired oil paintings speak metaphorically of the lush but fragile beauty of the world.

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Elvira Dayel video

Elvira Dayel

In the video series’ inaugural release, Elvira Dayel talks about her personal history, her inspiration and how the Shipyard shapes her work. Elvira thinks of herself as a minimalist, using only as much as needed to convey an idea. She re-invents environments by deconstructed, flattened and re-assembling, thereby creating new realities.

Read More
Rebecca Haseltine video

Rebecca Haseltine

This episode highlights Rebecca Haseltine, whose somatically-inspired work sources experiences and sensations from the body, translating them into fluid visual renderings that can take any number of forms, including paintings, installations and collaborations.

Read More
Howard Hersh video

Howard Hersh

This episode highlights Howard Hersh, whose work embraces both painted and sculptural elements. The integration of two very differently defined disciplines – painting, which creates a two-dimensional illusion of the 3-D world, and sculpture, which exists wholly as a 3-D object – speaks to structure as both a metaphor and a reality.

Read More
RONDOVAL video

RONDOVAL

This episode highlights RONDOVAL, a mixed media artist whose work transforms objects and elements of timeless nostalgia into a distinctly modern aesthetic.

Read More
Martín Revolo video

Martin Revolo

This episode highlights Martín Revolo, whose artistic expression finds many outlets, including photography, filmmaking, music, collage, painting and printmaking. Each project is realized using a different combination of media, but all Revolo’s work speaks to the connections artist and viewer have through “personal mythologies.”

Read More
Ayanna U'Dongo video

Ayanna U’Dongo

This episode highlights Ayanna U’Dongo, a video artist and photographer whose work has been featured in public venues including The Institute of Contemporary Art, Los Angeles.

Read More

Stanley Goldstein

This episode features painter Stanley Goldstein, whose evocative images of everyday life are painted with fluid brushwork that reveals his passion for the lushness of paint. In his depiction of the myriad physical and emotional connections between people, Stanley’s work embodies both the dramatic and intimate.

Read More
Marti McKee video

Marti McKee

This episode highlights Marti McKee, a San Francisco native, who has pursued the study of the figure with intensity and commitment for many years. For the past two years McKee has focused on designing and printing silkscreen posters advocating women’s rights, immigrant rights, social justice and impeachment.

Read More
Kim Smith video

Kim Smith

This episode features abstract artist Kim Smith, whose meticulously assembled collages evoke the influence of Dada, the Bauhaus and Wiener Werkstätte movements. She works almost exclusively with vintage and antique materials to bring the feel of old Europe to her art.

Read More
Linda Larson video

Linda Larson

This episode highlights Linda Larson, an oil painter who is inspired by the transformative power of nature. Her paintings evoke deep watery worlds in which recognizable and ethereal forms appear and vanish, creating an experience of both calm and a palpable tension between the translucent and the mysterious.

Read More
Eric Joyner video

Eric Joyner

This episode highlights Eric Joyner, a painter well-known for his iconic scenes of robots and donuts, which range from deadpan to self-assuredly absurd. He is a member of San Francisco Society of Illustrators and New York Society of Illustrators,

Read More
Rhonel Roverts video

Rhonel Roberts

This episode highlights Rhonel Roberts, a California-born “color expressionist,” whose vibrant and ever-evolving work has been featured in the posters for The Fillmore Jazz Festival, at home decor retailer Batch, and in the book Love Your Color.

Read More
Carrie Ann Plank Video

Carrie Ann Plank

This episode highlights Carrie Ann Plank, an artist working in the mediums of installation, printmaking, painting, and glass. A large portion of Plank’s work considers reinterpreting and reorganizing visual information systems and how content changes meaning.

Read More
Wynne Hayakawa video

Wynne Hayakawa

This episode highlights Wynne Hayakawa, a painter best known for her mesmerizing abstracts inspired by trees and the light around them. Her creative process evolves from a fleeting experience in the field to her painted interpretation of the interplay of light, color, pattern and space inherent in that experience.

Read More
Elvira Dayel video

Elvira Dayel

In the video series’ inaugural release, Elvira Dayel talks about her personal history, her inspiration and how the Shipyard shapes her work. Elvira thinks of herself as a minimalist, using only as much as needed to convey an idea. She re-invents environments by deconstructed, flattened and re-assembling, thereby creating new realities.

Read More
Jeff Long video

Jeff Long

This episode features versatile painter Jeff Long. Equally at home in abstraction or realism, Long’s paintings draw from many different sources – landscape and nature, cultural traditions, tribal design elements, Modernist motifs – fusing these elements into uniquely personalized impressions of the world.

Read More
Rob Cox video

Rob Cox

This episode highlights painter Rob Cox, whose representations of urban landscapes, figures, and everyday objects showcase the process of painting itself. In Cox’s pursuit of the unique essence of his subject how to paint is as important as what to paint.

Read More

Stephanie Peek

This episode highlights Stephanie Peek, whose florally-inspired oil paintings speak metaphorically of the lush but fragile beauty of the world.

Read More
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