Shipyard artist Silvia Poloto announces:
My work has graced many lobbies and galleries in 2021. There’s still time to view my work at these venues: Slate Contemporary in Sonoma Cornerstone, 555 California in San Francisco, the Infinity Buildings in San Francisco. Earlier in the year in San Francisco, my Habotai Series was at 425 Market and soon after 500 Terry Francois with an eclectic mixture of work, along with a show of small format portraiture at Arc Gallery which has morphed into large format portraits and commissions.
Until December 18th. 555 California St, the old Bank of America building. My solo exhibition titled BEAUTIES OF NOTHINGNESS. 11 large format pieces up from my wabi-sabi series. You are able to see the works as you drive by on Bush St. You can also have a meal on Vault Street. The exhibition was curated by Casey & Associates Art Advisors.
Until the end of November. Lobbies of the Infinity Buildings in San Francisco. All six of my LATE BLOOMERS paintings and some other smaller works are displayed along with artwork by Gail Ragains. Curated by Michael Yochum from Arc Gallery. View the catalog
Until end of December “CROSSING BOUNDARIES” at Slate Contemporary in Sonoma Cornerstone. This group exhibition includes six artists’ works: Christy Lee Rogers, Silvia Poloto , Rob Snyder, Gordon Studer, Martin Webb and Marta Moreu. More info
I have been working on portraits in 2021. These series have evolved into large format work. Above is a set of 16 pieces from my 100 WOMEN SERIES. They were part of FourSquare Exhibition at Arc Gallery during the summer.
Lastly, ArtSpring is a new gallery of curated art by exceptional Bay Area artists, all beautifully printed an framed to last a lifetime. They are having an opening on Thursday December 9th from 4-8pm at Lightsource Gallery on 1661 Tennessee St 2W on the 2nd Floor. (See “Dreamscape #6 featured on this page) More info