HANG ART


567 Sutter Street 2nd FL

California 94102 San Francisco

United States

Phone : 4154344264

Fax : 4154342603

Mobile Ph. : 4157106499

URL : hangart.com

Piero Spadaro   ()

About

Since our founding in 1998, our gallery in the Union Square neighborhood of San Francisco has come to represent numerous artists working in a variety of styles. Hang Art shows only one of a kind works, including paintings, sculpture and works on paper. If you don’t see something you love while visiting, we are happy to show you pieces from our extensive inventory. The full collection is posted online at www.hangart.com, where you can visit us anytime. We update the site daily, so you can keep track of our latest additions.

Promenade, 2017 - Katherine B. Young

Katherine B. Young Promenade, 2017

In A Fog, 2017 - Katherine B. Young

Katherine B. Young In A Fog, 2017

Pillar, 2017 - Katherine B. Young

Katherine B. Young Pillar, 2017

Exhibiting Artists

  • Katherine B. young  (+)

    Biography : Young studied art in her youth before earning her M.D. at Duke University and completing her post-graduate studies at Stanford University. After 10 years of private practice in medicine, Young took a sabbatical from her surgical career to raise her daughter and resume her study of art. Young earned an M.F.A. with honors at the Academy of Art University in San Francisco in 2011. Young has exhibited in solo and group shows both locally and nationally, including such venues as Stanford University, Oil Painters of America National Exhibition, and the Napa Valley Museum. Her numerous awards include the Grand Prize in the International Artist Magazine Competition. Young maintains a studio and lives in San Francisco with her husband and daughter.

    Exhibition : SELECTED SOLO EXHIBITIONS
    2016 “At Sea,” Hang Art, San Francisco, CA
    2013 “Places of Reflection,” Hang Art, San Francisco, CA
    2010 Solo Exhibition, Stanford Technology Ventures Program, Stanford, CA
    2006 Solo Exhibition, Pacific Professional Building, San Francisco, CA

    SELECTED GROUP EXHIBITIONS
    2016 “Same, Same, But Different 5.0,” Hang Art, San Francisco, CA
    2016 Aqua Art Miami, Hang Art, Miami, FL
    2016 “Waterways,” Heather Gaudio Fine Art, New Canaan, CT
    2016 “Nature’s Power and Glory,” The Gallery at Tree’s Place, Orleans, MA
    2015 Aqua Art Miami, Hang Art, Miami, FL
    2015 “Dawn of Gold,” Silver Vs Gold Exhibition, Robert Lange Studios, Charleston, SC
    2015 “Of Sand and Surf,” Tree’s Place Gallery, Orleans, MA
    2015 California Art Club Exhibition, USC Fisher Museum of Art, Los Angeles, CA
    2014 “Same, Same, But Different 3.0,” Hang Art Gallery, San Francisco, CA
    2014 Aqua Art Miami, Hang Art, Miami, FL
    2014 “Visible Horizon,” Hang Art, San Francisco, CA
    2012 Exhibition, Tree's Place Gallery, Orleans, MA
    2011 “Oscillating Landscapes,” Hang Art, San Francisco, CA
    2011 “Emerging Artist Showcase,” Atelier, 79 New Montgomery, San Francisco, CA
    2011 California Art Club Exhibit, Thomas Reynolds Gallery, San Francisco, CA
    2011 Spring Show, Academy of Art University, San Francisco, San Francisco, CA
    2010 Spring Show, Academy of Art University, San Francisco, San Francisco, CA
    2009 California Art Club Exhibit, Thomas Reynolds Gallery, San Francisco, CA
    2009 Oil Painters of America, Western Regional Exhibit, Kirkland, WA
    2009 Spring Show, Academy of Art University, San Francisco, CA
    2008 Martis Plein Air, Juried Invitational, Truckee, CA
    2008 Spring Show, Academy of Art University, San Francisco, CA
    2007 Northern Views, Napa Valley Museum Juried Plein Air Exhibition, Yountville, CA
    2007 Wild Things, California Art Club Juried Exhibition, Pasad

    Detailed Description : Katherine B. Young’s paintings and drawings are explorations of the spiritual in nature, specifically in the vast spaces of ocean and sky. Alluding to art historical icon paintings, Young begins each painting with an underlying layer of metal leafing which she intentionally reveals hints of to enhance the glow and sense of reflection. Complimentary to Young’s paintings, the imagery of her ocean drawings naturally evoke a calm and meditative atmosphere.

    Artist's Objects:

    • Katherine B. Young - Promenade, 2017 Promenade, 2017
    • Katherine B. Young - Pillar, 2017 Pillar, 2017
    • Katherine B. Young - In A Fog, 2017 In A Fog, 2017

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Other Represented Artists

  • Pouke Halpern

    Biography : After working in a variety of different mediums, Pouké picked up a brush one day and promptly painted a giant glass. She has not stopped since, endlessly painting tabletop compositions with bottles, glasses, amphorae, jugs, and bowls. Pouké is drawn to the feminine shapes of these domestic objects, which simultaneously appeal to her design aesthetic and reflect on her inner life as a woman. Born and raised in Paris, France, Pouké studied interdisciplinary arts at San Francisco State University. Her art has been shown in local and national galleries and hangs in many private collections. She currently lives in Berkeley, and maintains a studio in neighboring Emeryville.

  • Pablo Manga  (+)

    Biography : A former New York City public school teacher, art lawyer and Academy of Art instructor, Manga’s work has been shown at Galería de la Raza, Queens Nails Projects, and the Mission Cultural Center for Latino Arts in San Francisco. His work has also been exhibited in group-shows curated by jurors from the Dia Art Foundation, Berkeley Art Museum, Oakland Museum and Whitney Museum of American Art. New work from his Linescape series was recently shown in solo and two-person shows “Linescapes” at Farm Project Space + Gallery in Wellfleet, MA and “Everyday is Not the Same” at Branch Gallery in Oakland CA. Manga lives and works in Oakland, CA.

    Exhibition : EDUCATION 2003 JD, Boalt Hall School of Law, University of California, Berkeley, Berkeley, CA 1996 BA, Philosophy, University of California, Berkeley, Berkeley, CA SOLO & TWO-PERSON EXHIBITIONS 2012 “Bold As Love,” Farm Project Space + Gallery, Wellfleet, MA 2012 “Bold As Love,” Awaken Cafe Gallery, Oakland, CA 2010 “Linescapes,” Farm Project Space + Gallery, Wellfleet, MA 2010 “Everyday is Not the Same,” Branch Gallery, Oakland, CA SELECTED EXHIBITIONS 2012 “Fun-A-Day,” Rock Paper Scissors, Oakland, CA 2011 “Gifting Abstraction,” Soho20 Gallery, New York, NY 2011 “Farmers,” Farm Project Space + Gallery, Wellfleet, MA 2011 “Fun-A-Day,” Rock Paper Scissors, Oakland, CA 2011 “Postcards from the Edge – Benefit for Visual AIDS,” CRG Gallery, New York, NY 2010 “Boom,” Southern Exposure, San Francisco, CA 2010 “The Box Model,” Add-Art.org (replacing advertising on websites with curated art) 2010 “Box Art Benefit Auction,” Pro Arts Gallery, Oakland, CA (Featured Artist) 2010 “Fun-A-Day,” Rock Paper Scissors, Oakland, CA 2010 “Postcards from the Edge – Benefit for Visual AIDS,” ZieherSmith, New York, NY 2010 East Bay Open Studios 2010, Pro Arts Gallery, Oakland, CA 2009 “Linescapes,” Awaken Cafe and Gallery, Oakland, CA 2009 “Fun-A-Day,” Queen's Nails Projects, San Francisco, CA 2009 “Postcards from the Edge – Benefit for Visual AIDS,” Metro Pictures, New York, NY 2009 East Bay Open Studios 2009, Pro Arts Gallery, Oakland, CA 2008 “New Visions 2008,” Oakland Museum, Jurors Pro Arts Gallery, Oakland, CA (Juried by Lucinda Barnes of the Berkeley Art Museum and Karen Tsujimoto) 2008 “Holidayland,” Blankspace Gallery, Oakland, CA 2008 East Bay Open Studios 2008, Pro Arts Gallery, Oakland, CA 2007 “Postcards from the Edge – Benefit for Visual AIDS,” James Cohan Gallery, New York, NY 2007 “New Directions '07,” Barrett Art Center, Poughkeep

    Detailed Description : Pablo Manga uses transparent and semi-transparent tape to create undulating fields of color, meditative visual spaces that are also teeming with energy. In these spaces, the viewer activates the work and the work activates the viewer. Manga began using tape as an artistic medium in 1998 while living in Mexico City, and he continues to delight in the ready-made and painterly qualities of this simple, everyday material.

  • Liz Maxwell

    Biography : Texture, light and color are three elements that draw Liz Maxwell to painting. Her reduced, spiritual landscapes often employ a horizon line and just one or two well-chosen motifs that take on greater symbolic weight for being so few. Maxwell develops her powerful imagery using a rich palette tending towards deep, warm reds, oranges, blacks, and earth tones. Using oils, and watercolor washes sealed with an acrylic gel medium, Liz works with the paint in layers, slowly building texture while simultaneously producing a surface that enables her to scrape through to the underlying layers of color. Born in West Point, New York, Liz has lived in the Bay Area for the past 37 years. She is most influenced by the Bay Area Figurative Painters. Her figurative works of musicians and dancers reflect the pull she feels toward capturing their unique ability to move the mind and spirit without the use of words. Liz's own ability to move the viewer without words is reflected in the success she has enjoyed over the years, from dozens of solo and group exhibitions to national awards, including the First Place Cash Award, 'Watermedia National' granted by Long Beach Arts in California in 1998. In 2002, her work was exhibited at the Oakland Museum of California in a show entitled, Being There: 45 Oakland Artists.

  • Anthony May  (+)

    Exhibition : EDUCATION 1998 BFA, Pratt Institute, Brooklyn, NY SELECTED SOLO EXHIBITIONS 2014 “Same, Same, But Different,” Hang Art, San Francisco, CA 2014 “Anthony May”, Wall Gallery, Oakland, CA 2012 “Piece by Piece,” Hang Art, San Francisco, CA 2007 “The Evolution Will Not Be Televised,” Hang Art, San Francisco, CA 2005 “Synesthesia,” Hang Art Annex, San Francisco, CA 2003 “...and so it goes,” Hang Art Annex, San Francisco, CA 2001 “P’TING,” Hang Art Annex, San Francisco, CA SELECTED GROUP EXHIBITIONS 2014 “Re|Structure” Pacific Art League, Palo Alto, CA 2013 “Cut and Paste,” Hang Art, San Francisco, CA 2010 “Restructured,” Hang Art Annex, San Francisco, CA 2009 “Time Lapse,” Hang Art Annex, San Francisco, CA 2008 “Hueliday,” Hang Art Annex, San Francisco, CA 2008 “Painterly Painting: The Next Level,” The Art Museum of Los Gatos, Los Gatos, CA 2006 AAFNYC Contemporary Art Fair, Metropolitan Pavilion, New York, NY 2006 “New Lines: Drawn, Stitched and Sculpted,” Spur Projects, Portola Valley, CA 2006 “Alchemy,” Hang Art Annex, San Francisco, CA 2003 “CAN’T SLEEP,” Hang Art, San Francisco, CA 2003 “FOUND/UNBOUND,” Palo Alto, CA 2003 “SECOND SIGHT,” CGSW, Seattle, WA 2002 “IN JEST, on the subject of toys,” Hang Art, San Francisco, CA 1999 “URBAN RYTHYMNS,” Hang Art, San Francisco, CA 1998 “INTRODUCTIONS 98,” Lawrence Hultberg, San Francisco, CA 1997 “ME, MYSELF and I,”Higbee, San Francisco, CA 1997 ColorGraphics, San Francisco, CA 1995 “(ART) word (ART),”Trojanowska Gallery, San Francisco, CA 1995 Art Explosion Gallery, San Francisco, CA 1994 First Annual Shooting Gallery, San Francisco, CA BIBLIOGRAPHY Finn Gardiner, “The Art of Anthony May,” www.synchchaos.com, August 2010. Pe

    Detailed Description : Anthony May finds inspiration in what he feels gives a city its character: the mesh of colors, cultures, graffiti, the effects of eroding signage, and other such varied textures of urban life. His paintings are often a vibrant, action-packed amalgamation of hand-scratched marks and symbols, patchy overpainting, and mixed-and-matched found materials in rich, bright colors. Another source of inspiration for May is the trajectory of child development he observes in the growth of his children. May begins his paintings from meticulously observed preparatory sketches, but he relies on instinct to carry the work forward from there. As a result of their own developmental stages, the finished works become diaries of a process that maintains an open spontaneity and freshness.

  • Rachel Sager  (+)

    Biography : Rachel Sager earned a B.F.A. from Tyler School of Art in Philadelphia after studying at Lorenzo de’ Medici in Florence, Italy. Her work has been featured in many internationally juried exhibitions and in an Emmy Award-winning documentary titled Sketching the Silk Road. Sager currently lives and works in the San Francisco Bay Area.

    Exhibition : SOLO EXHIBITIONS 2014 “Object Impermanence,” Hang Art Gallery, San Francisco, CA SELECTED GROUP EXHIBITIONS 2013 “Transitional Forces,” Hang Art Gallery, San Francisco, CA 2012 Group Show, Arc Gallery, San Francisco, CA 2012 “Revolution 2012,” Jackson Junge Gallery, Chicago, IL 2012 “Anima,” Fibre Arts Gallery, Palo Alto, CA 2012 Guerilla Show, San Francisco, CA 2011 “Art for Aids,” Juried Gala, San Francisco, CA 2011 San Francisco Summer Show, San Francisco, CA 2010 Chaparral Gallery, Oakland, CA 2010 Arc Gallery, San Francisco, CA 2009 Cigar Bar, San Francisco, CA 2009 75th Crocker-Kingsley: California’s Biennial Juried Competition 2008 “Uncommon Sense,” El Balazo Gallery, San Francisco, CA 2008 Sugar Lump Café, San Francisco, CA 2008 “Fashion Show,” Root Division, San Francisco, CA 2008 Open Studios, Art Explosion, San Francisco, CA 2008 Auction, Root Division, San Francisco, CA 2008 “Emerge Show,” Gen Arts, San Francisco, CA 2008 “Red,” San Mateo City Hall, San Mateo, CA 2007 “100 Works,” Root Division, San Francisco, CA 2007 “Diaspora: Breaking the Ice,” SFWORKS, Int’l Arts Festival, San Francisco, CA 2006 Artist Alley Gallery, 345 Gough Street, San Francisco, CA 2005 Badfish Gallery, San Francisco, CA 2005 Melt, San Francisco, CA 2004 Open Studio, San Francisco, CA 2003 Muse Gallery, Prescott, AZ 2003 Fantasy for Chocolate, Prescott, AZ 2003 Race Café, Philadelphia, PA 2003 Tyler School of Art, Philadelphia, PA 2002 Show Up and Show, Philadelphia, PA

    Detailed Description : In Rachel Sager’s oil paintings, matter is presented in a decomposed state, suspended between earth and sky. Inspired by brush fires, demolition explosions, and storm clouds, Sager explores her subjects in a visceral, intuitive manner. In doing so, Sager intends to create sweeping, emotionally charged landscapes that convey the dissonance she experiences in self-expression. The turmoil, represented by the debris-filled smoke, is juxtaposed by sun infused skies and cirrus clouds, projecting a duplicity that is unavoidable, overwhelming, and at times, awe-inspiring.

  • DAVe Warnke

    Biography : In his paintings and drawings, DAVe creates a vibrant landscape populated by a collection of cheerful creatures. The resulting artworks are eye candy: sweet, silly, and fun to view. With his characteristic style of bright colors, simplified shapes, and bold graphic lines, DAVe attempts to recapture the joy and vitality of his childhood artwork. Oftentimes, DAVe brings his fantastical world directly to the urban landscape, intending to brighten up public spaces with good-natured, silly intervention. DAVe studied painting and printmaking at the San Francisco Art Institute and earned a BFA from Dun Laoghaire Institute of Art, Design and Technology in Dublin, Ireland. His paintings and drawings have been exhibited worldwide, including at The Massachusetts Museum of Contemporary Art in North Adams, Massachusetts and the Grassi Museum in Leipzig, Germany. DAVe is an artist and educator who lives in Oakland, California with his wife and two daughters. His public art can be seen throughout the Bay Area and around the world.