The Good Luck Gallery is excited to announce:
The Good Luck Gallery, Los Angeles’ exclusive bastion of outsider art, is looking forward to exhibiting at this year’s Art Market San Francisco. The work of three self-taught artists will be showcased, each of whom have had a solo show at the gallery during its first year.
Art Market San Francisco is the Bay Area’s premier art fair, a convergence point for some of the finest local, national and international galleries.
April 29 – May 3, 2015 | SF, Fort Mason Center, Booth#617
Andrea Joyce Heimer
Andrea Heimer is a visual storyteller whose darkly humorous and symbol-laden paintings tell tales of a dreamlike suburbia rooted in childhood memories, and they are as intricately executed as their circuitous titles (i.e. – to cite one of the briefer ones – If You’re Okay Then I’m Okay And We Can Do This Until We’re Very Old). With paintings that are inwardly unsettling but outwardly fun, Heimer has succeeded in actualizing a highly personal vision and giving it universal appeal. She is beginning to attract a lot of attention, with numerous shows in both the United States and Europe over the last few years.
Andrea Joyce Heimer, “Insomnias and I”, 18×24″, acrylic/pencil on wood, 2015
Noah Erenberg is an artist who works within the spectrum of autism. Over the last 25 years he has produced a vast body of provocative and visually compelling work in a variety of styles and mediums. Subtly delirious and restlessly controlled, Noah’s work reflects his surroundings on the California coastline, along with his extensive cultural intake. His portraits possess a powerful vitality and feverish use of color, while his text-based paintings are amplified doodlings in which seemingly unrelated words and symbols slash
across colorful surfaces. Noah’s work has also been exhibited at Barristers Gallery in New Orleans and Andrew Edlin Fine Art in New York.
Noah Erenberg, “Little Boy”, 12×14″, mixed media on paper, 2012
Jeff Cairns is an unassuming miniaturist whose depictions of birds, monkeys and dogs – usually alone and looking lost in empty spaces – are painted on small pieces of scrap; these delicate watercolors, imbued with a gently melancholic humor, possess an irresistible charm. He had a solo show at the Good Luck Gallery last spring.
Jeff Cairns, “127”, 4.5×10″, watercolor, 2012
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To obtain a pass to the SF Art Market visit:
Admission During Public Fair Hours
Friday, Saturday, or Sunday
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Thursday, April 30th, 6:00pm – 10:00pm
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Friday, Saturday, & Sunday