Shows this weekend: Neo Grotesque, Joshua Petker & Ana Bagayan

This is yet another weekend with some really amazing shows opening up.

Schmancy Toys/Gallery ha s anew solo show from Parskid. The reception is from 6-9pm, and the artists will be in attendance. The work is online and not only is it affordable, but looks excellent.

Eclectix Gallery will host “Eat It”, a group show featuring work by R.S. Connett, Andy B Clarkson, Rudy Fig and many more. There is also works by Mary Patterson on show.

Halogen Gallery formerly known as the Suite 100 Gallery, has a group show with work from Dave Crosland, Phoneticontrol, Matt Linares, Ryan De La Hoz and more.

Thinkspace Gallery has two solo shows opening, “Untitled (New Works)” from Matthew Feyld and “The Sins Of Atticus Finch” from Dave MacDowell.

Roq La Rue Gallery is opening “Neo Grotesque” by Christian van Minnen and new works by Yoko d’Holbachie. The reception is from 6-9pm, and the show runs until April 4th.

Black Maria Gallery will host Ken Garduno’s latest solo show “Channels”. All of the work looks amazing, I love how is he putting small amount of color in each one. A large majority of the work is already sold. The reception is from 7-10:30pm

Distinction Art Gallery is opening “He Said, She Said”, a group show featuring works by Lyle Motley, Ahren Hertel and Ken Keirns. There will also be various work on display throughout the galleries. Ahren has gone a new direction with these new works, I like them a lot and can’t wait to see more of these.

Shooting Gallery SF is hosting “Water Lilies” a new solo show of Joshua Petker. While you there you skip next door to White Walls and see the new works from Alex Lukas.

Billy Shire Fine Arts is opening “Orphan”, new works from Ana Bagayan. The new paintings look amazing, and if you look around a bit you will be able to find videos of Ana painting these works.

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