Kevin Earl Taylor is a San Francisco based oil painter whose works often deal with somewhat macabre interactions of man and animal. Taylor melds masterfully executed, almost Audubon-esque paintings with a healthy dose of the macabre, and the end result is an arresting blend of naturalism and dark surrealism. ...

San Francisco artist Ehren Elizabeth Reed is a mixed media artist with some serious focus. All of her works feature the same materials -- thread and paper (often in the form of altered books) -- and the results are nothing short of remarkable. Her books, especially, seem to be three-dimensional...

I can scarcely think of a better pairing of artists than the current show at the San Francisco branch of Gallery 1988, which features gig poster artist Daniel Danger and Daniel McCarthy. Both artist create pieces with heavy nature elements, stark color contrasts, and grandiose underlying messages that truly, truly...

On rare occasions, a gallery does such amazing things with its space that you kind of want to poop yourself with excitement. Gallery 1988, which has one branch in Los Angeles and one branch in San Francisco, makes me want to just that with their latest exhibits. They are doing...

With a Bachelors of Fine Arts and a Masters in Counseling Psychology, Laura Kimpton makes art that's even more diverse than her education; she has a wide array of gallery installations, Burning Man sculptures, collage works, and encaustic pieces under her belt. Showcased above is one piece from her most...

Craft museums are always interesting places, even if you don't care much for crafts yourself. Crafty folks just have an innate ability to create displays and installations that make good use of three-dimensional space without feeling cluttered. From now until almost the end of April 2009, the San Francisco Museum...

The first of many San Francisco art posts to come in this upcoming week! This is at the Artist Xchange in San Francisco's Mission District (3169 16th St., San Francisco, CA, 94103). View more art on their website, artist-xchange.com, and if you're an independent Bay Area musician, you can even...