IMAGINE at the MOCA

I feel so blessed to have my abstract painting, Imagine, chosen for Make Your Mark – Summer National Juried Exhibition at the Marin Museum of Contemporary Art (MOCA). Exhibition opens Saturday, June 16, and runs through Sunday, July 29, 2018.

Imagine, 20 x 20", Acrylic on Canvas, yellow, abstract, ocean, littoral, peace
Imagine, 20 x 20″, Acrylic on Canvas

The Juror for this exhibit is Jen Tough.  (text from MOCA website)
Jen Tough Gallery is a contemporary gallery and art consultancy located in Benicia, California. Programming includes an  ambitious exhibition schedule comprised of solo shows rotating every several weeks, multiple art fairs, and the  management of Opus – an invitational artist collective for independent artists. Jen Tough has a BFA from the Ohio State University, attending the Art Academy of Cincinnati and Parsons School of Design program in West Africa. She was the Art Director for Urban Outfitters, Hollywood Records, Warner Bros Records, numerous national magazines, and was a creative consultant for Nike for many years.

 

Triptych Reception: October 7 @ 7pm

Triptych Reception: October 7 @ 7pm

Upcoming: Triptych Reception on October 7, 2015 at 7pm.
1155 Folsom St, San Francisco, CA 94103

Come have a glass of wine with me and check out the cool art. Artworks on display are by: Elizabeth Ashcroft, Rito Castellano, Michele de la Menardiere, Shilo Ratner and Gregory Vernitsky.

Artist: Shilo Ratner,
Artist: Shilo Ratner, “Dancer”, Acrylic and Ink on Paper, 9″x12″

“From Within”, October 24th-25th at Fort Mason Herbst Pavillion

Shilo Ratner Presents:
“From Within”
October 24th & 25th, 2015
Fort Mason Herbst Pavillion

Shilo Ratner Presents:
“From Within”

Booth 133
October 24th & 25th, 2015
Fort Mason Herbst Pavillion
2 Marina Boulevard
San Francisco, CA 94123

Special Reception: Friday, October 23 from 6-8:30pm

Images from left to right:
My Zen, 20″x20″, Oil on Panel, 2015
Waiting to Dance, 10″ x 10″, Oil on Panel, 2015
Relaxed, 12″ x 12″, Oil on Panel, 2015

Percentage of art sales will be donated to Huntington’s Disease Society of America. To volunteer locally or for more information visit www.hdsa.org.

Art Filled Fall

Getting ready for this falls Open Studios. It’s a little nutty since I decided to do two weekends one at Fort Mason’s Herbst Pavilion and one at my studio. I’m also showing my works on paper in an alternative space this month Triptych SF on 1155 Folsom St. Installation day is about two weeks away. I’ll post more about the artist reception at a later date. Well, I better start and finish framing soon.