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Ever Gold 5th Anniversary

Written by Trippe   
Friday, 24 January 2014 12:28

SAN FRANCISCO --- The Ever Gold Gallery deserves a major congratulations on the opening of their new show, celebrating the fifth anniversary of the gallery.

With work from tons of artists, they somehow managed to balance the amount of work with the small space and it felt perfect. There was a diverse range of mediums, from film to paint to sculpture and fiber, and it helped show the breadth of the gallery's work over the last five years. It was packed full of people and therefore very hot inside, but it was filled with excitement that spilled out into the street.

This is definitely a show worth checking out, and has work from several Bay Area artists, supporting the local scene. Congrats, Ever Gold, I can't wait to see what the next five years brings you.

Words & Photos: Rachel Ralph - rachel(at)fecalface.com

Guy Overfelt, Untitled (Flow Chart), 2013, Acrylic on canvas, 8"x10"

Artists include: Aaron Terry, Adam Parker Smith, Alex Braubach, Angie Crabtree, Austin McManus, Barry McGee, Ben Venom, Casey Gray, Charles Linder, Chris Blackstock, Chris Duncan, Chris Corrente, Chris Sollars, Christian Ebert, Christine Ancalmo, David Bayus, David Jones, David Marc Grant, Dean Dempsey, Dennis Kernohan, Don Ed Hardy, Emily Gorman, Emily Chaves, Erik Foss, Facundo Arganaraz, Ferris Plock, Francesco Deiana, Gina M. Contreras, Gregory Ito, Guy Overfelt, Heather Sparks, Henry Gunderson, Hilary Pecis, Jedd Hart, Jeremiah Jenkins, Jessica Flemming, Jessie Rose Vala, Jim Damron, Jocko Weyland, Joey Enos, Josh Short, John Held, Jr., Julio Cesar Morales, Kate Bonner, Keith Boadwee, Kelly Tunstall, Kent Long, Kent Roberts, Korakrit Arunanondchai, Leigh Cooper, Leigha Mason, Lisa K. Blatt, Lowell Darling, Lucien Shapiro, Lucy Kasofsky, Mario Ayala, Mark Benson, Mark Mulroney, Mark Van Proyen, Mary Joy Scott, Mary Ijichi, Mauricio Ancalmo, Meryl Pataky, Michelle Blade, Mike Paré, Mitsu Okubo, Molly Soda, Monica Canilao, Nina Dolores, Owen Takabayashi, Paul Kos, PEZ, Ray Potes, Rebecca Goldfarb, Robin Juan, Ryan Beavers, Ryan Coffey, Ryan De La Hoz, Ryan Malley, Sadie Barnette, Sandy Kim, Sarah Hotchkiss, Sean McFarland, Shalo P, Shelter Serra, Silver Warner, Tamra Seal, Steve MacDonald, Tara Lisa Foley, Tahitti Pehrson, Tim Sullivan, Tom Marioni, Tom Sachs, Tony Labat, Travis Collinson, Tyson Vogel, Wally Hedrick, Whitney Lynn, Yokonori Stone

Ben Venom, Lusty Lady, 2014, My wife's ­­(sorry, I think it says panties), women's denim, leather, fabric, 12"x23"

Michelle Blade, Day 333, from 344 Days of the Apocalypse series, Acrylic ink on paper, 11.5"x14.5"

Mark Mulroney, Untitled, 2013, Collage on found paper, 11"x14.5"

Alex Braubach, The Kitten Book, 2012, Glitter on found page, 7.5"x9.5"

Don Ed Hardy, Valley Girl, 1998, Color litograph, 24"x17.5"

Mario Ayala, 7x7, 2013, Gouache, enamel, airbrush and sidewalk chalk on paper, 11"x14"

Jessie Rose Vala, Tapestry, 2012, Graphite on paper, 14"x14"

Aaron Terry, 2014

Rebecca Goldfarb, A Portion of Traveling Through Darkness: Some Sense of the World Turned on When Flaneur and Collector Meet for the Second Time, 2010 (Ongoing), Mixed media, variable dimensions

Whitney Lynn, We Buy Gold no. 002, 2012, Gouache on paper, 8"x10"

Tony Labat, Riviera Hotel, Havana, 2011, Feces and epoxy coating on canvas, 6.5"x5.5"

Alex Ziv, Break Through, 2014, Pen and ink on paper, 11"x17"

Ferris Plock, Fruit Juice, 2014, Pen on paper, 6.5"x10"

Mary Joy Scott, Manhattan, Ballpoint pen on vintage cocktail napkin, 3"x8"

Heather Sparks, Labor, 2004, Metallic silkscreen ink on archival rag, 11"x17"

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