Artist Manss Aval will be displaying his breathtaking artwork, a fine art painting titled ‘The Meaning of Life‘ on November 7- December 5, 2015 in ‘Secret‘ an Art Exhibition at the Arc Gallery, San Francisco.
About “Secret” a National Juried Exhibition at the Arc Gallery
“Secret” features artwork that tells of your heart’s desire and manifests with hidden nightmares, portrayed through texture, form, words, narrative, symbols or codes. Secrets can be shared overtly or be obscured. Included in this exhibition are works by artists residing in Alabama, California, Colorado, Illinois, Massachusetts, New York, North Carolina, South Carolina, Texas, Virginia, and Washington.
About the Jurors of “Secret” Art Exhibition The artworks in the “Secret” exhibition include a range of works literally interpreting the title to a conceptual portrayal.
Art should create a dialogue. The exhibition encourages conversation amongst the viewers as they interject their own past and current “secrets” contributing to the conceptual theme of the show. Specific pieces of of a provocative and less mainstream nature were deliberately selected to foster a dialogue. Do you have a secret to share?
Saturday, November 7th 7-9PM
CONVERSATIONS WITH THE ARTISTS & CLOSING RECEPTION:
Saturday, December 5th, 1-3PM
November 7, 2015 – December 5, 2015
If you are in the San Francisco area, be sure and stop by for a peak at the prestigious art exhibition at the Arc Gallery
ADDRESS: Arc is located at 1246 Folsom Street, between 8th & 9th streets in San Francisco’s SOMA neighborhood. (3 blocks from the Civic Center BART station on Market Street)
About San Francisco Art Gallery Arc Gallery
Arc Gallery & Studios features a 1,000 sq. ft. art gallery, a smaller gallery, an art education center, and ten newly renovated artist studios, along with the Kearny Street Workshop office, the San Francisco Artist Network office, and VEGA Blue Bottle Coffee Shop.
Arc supports the making of quality art in all media, provides a nurturing environment for artists to create their work, builds a community of artists to encourage exploration of art, provides resources for the professional development of visual artists, and promotes appreciation of the visual arts in the city of San Francisco.