Friday, September 14, 2012

Observations on foot

About six months ago, I spotted these two ceramic beauties in the window at Hospitality House, a fine arts studio for homeless and poor artists that is part of the Community Arts Program (CAP) in San Francisco.
Many other ceramic pieces created at Hospitality House were in the two large display windows in front of the studio.
CAP and the gallery are temporarily at The Luggage Store Gallery, 1009 Market Street, near 6th Street. The current show runs through October 5, 2012.

* * * * * * * * * *posted by Phil Gravitt
If you thought kids have taken over the world, you haven't checked your coat at the DeYoung Museum lately.
The adult coat and bag check in the lower level of the DeYoung is like a large walk-in closet in a nice apartment, complete with art work.
The kids coat and bag check is two laundry hampers in front of the Kimball Education Gallery.
Which hamper to use is determined by the level of finger painting skills of the wearer.


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