Nathan Spoor   Spoke Art San Francisco welcomes Nathan Spoor as a guest curator for Suggestivism: Resonance, a group show that includes over 40 international artists. Suggestivism is an art movement penned by Spoor that draws from deep imagination, drawing viewers into dreamlike worlds that tantalize our psyche.            “Curator Nathan Spoor … Continue reading Suggestivism: Resonance

  Over the last few years your work has gotten more refined. In earlier work you constructed more dioramas often involving painted graphics and adornments. The elements in your work over time have become more focused and concise. Was this a process you actively pursued or was it just a natural progression? I think it came about … Continue reading An Interview With Sculpture Artist Elizabeth McGrath

Bay Area street artist Cannon Dill departs from his outside walls to those inside Spoke Art in San Francisco for “In My Own Time”. The solo show consisting of paintings, sculptures, and works on paper, are a collection of iconography reflecting Dill’s personal growth. His signature line and pattern work are highlighted with a simplistic … Continue reading Cannon Dill – “In My Own Time”

Ryan Hewett In life and business, one needs to grow. That’s no different in the art world. Master tattoo artist Paul Booth is not only known for his ink talents but, also his Manhattan based art gallery, Last Rites. After years of growing his space into what it is today, Booth wanted to expand his … Continue reading Booth Gallery Debuts with “Second Sight” Exhibition

Chris Sickels is the creative force behind Red Nose Studio. His work has appearing in advertising, magazines, newspapers, and animation. Chris’s first children’s book was titled “The Look Book” and was followed by “Here Comes The Garbage Barge” and “The Beginner’s Guide to Running Away From Home”. “The Secret Subway” is due to be released … Continue reading Sculptor Chris Sickels’ Favorite Things

Last Rites Gallery in New York City is a unique haunt thats part art gallery, part tattoo dungen/shop, part goth lounge. The work that is most often shown here are pieces of contemporary figurative surrealism, typically exploring themes of human existence and the unknown in unconventinal ways. Last Rites’ annual group show 13th Hour is a … Continue reading 13th Hour at Last Rites NYC

Art Attacks visit Joseph Gross Gallery in NYC for BAD DADS VI the Wes Anderson art show curated by Spoke Art of San Francisco. The exhibition was a pop-up from 8/6/15 – 8/9/15

Kevin Titzer is a sculptor of fantastically intricate wood and metal figures that inhabit a cobbled together world of Dodo chariots, macabre dentistry, and archaic flight machines. Most of his sculptures have darkly comic undertones with either madly smiling or apathetic faces. His incredibly highly individualized work seems as if it could be from any … Continue reading An Interview with Sculptor Kevin Titzer

Ernie and Cassandra Velasco have been creating wonderful art since 2007 under the collective name Doubleparlor. I had the pleasure of talking a bit with them about how they approach their work and life together. What was your individual art like before you met each other? Very different! Ernie’s work was either super detailed and … Continue reading A Conversation With the Sculptural Duo Doubleparlour