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

Bay area artist Joel Daniel Phillips‘ is known for his large scale graphite and charcoal figure drawings. Over the years, Phillips has used his drawing talents to connect with the community around him and in his new series “Belongings” explores the rapidly-shifting social fabric of San Francisco. The City has grown in tensions in regards to the … Continue reading Joel Daniel Phillips “Belongings”

  The latest body of work from painter Helen Bayly is an amusing commentary of the American experience. Her solo show “Classic Plastic” opening at White Walls highlights paintings developed over the last two years containing classical representations of beauty, detailed with gold leaf script and accents. Through this method she theorizes what the truth behind the … Continue reading Helen Bayly’s Classic Plastic

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”

Portland based painter Stella Im Hultberg has been under the radar for a few years. Aside from a few group shows, she’s been taking time away to grow her family and enjoy the adventure of motherhood. This time away has also cause her to refine her signature aesthetics of very recognizable ladies created with inks, … Continue reading Stella Im Hultberg’s “Stranger”

Lucien Shapiro is a maker of things. The Bay Area artist takes usually discarded objects and puts them all together to create ornate sculptures and masks to reflect personal emotions, struggles, and the routines to get through them all. By combining his creations into a visual narrative, Shapiro gives a unique experience to his work. … Continue reading Collection & Ritual: Lucien Shapiro

We had the opportunity to drop in on our buddy Scott Scheidly while he was out in San Francisco for the opening of his show at Spoke Art – “The Pinks”. A continuation of Scott’s Pink Portrait series, the show runs August 1 – August 24th, 2013 at Spoke Art.

Art Attacks attended ART PAD SF this past week and was able to take in the 3 day festivities of this great event. Take a look at a small video our correspondent threw together.

Art Attacks attended the opening of Gauntlet Gallery’s “ReDiscovery”, an art show inspired by the French electronic music duo Daft Punk. To celebrate the release of Daft Punk’s first album in eight years, Gauntlet Gallery will feature works by over 40 painters, sculptors , digital and screen print artists, each of whom has created an … Continue reading ReDiscovery: Daft Punk Inspired Art Show

Art Attacks attended the opening of SCOTT HOVE’s “Guns and Ecstasy” this past thursday at Spoke Art in San Francisco. Known for his ferocious cake/taxidermy sculptures, Hove expounds upon his unique medium in his latest body of work, “Guns and Ecstasy”. For this exhibition, Hove has worked with repurposed and modified twelve assault weapons, and … Continue reading Scott Hove’s “Guns And Ecstasy” at Spoke Art SF