Just down the block from its prior location, Shooting Gallery & White Walls have moved to a brand new spot and it is better than ever. Their new digs offer a much more open and professional gallery space with tall industrial ceilings and, you guessed it, white walls. Most importantly, a new space means a fresh canvas to showcase incredible artwork. Both current shows end on March 2nd so make sure to catch them while you can! Check out their new space below.
Shooting Gallery and its sister, White Walls, are conjoined galleries located at 886 Geary. There is a show dedicated to a different artist in each individual gallery; it’s like getting a 2-for-1 deal! The current show at Shooting Gallery is “Muses” by one of our favorite local artists, Charmaine Olivia. We were fortunate to catch her show last year, which had a totally different vibe than her work this year. Stepping away from her darker paintings, “Muses” offers a much more energetic, vibrant collection with her usual touch of seduction. Check out the rest of her show here: http://shootinggallerysf.com/.
At White Walls, located in the front gallery space, artist Chad Hasegawa presents “Abstract From” with his trademark grizzlies. As the title suggests, his works seem to simultaneously step towards and backwards from the details and abstractions. Check out the rest of his show here: http://www.whitewallssf.com/.
Hope you all have the opportunity to see these awesome shows this weekend!