Kids & Art Foundation Exhibition


The Kids & Art Foundation is excited to announce our first-ever art fair being held at Art Attack SF’s new Castro location.

The theme is “Art Attacks Cancer.” Artists were asked to submit work that evokes a feeling of strength, confidence, resistance, resilience, or hope through various media. Every day, 43 children are diagnosed with cancer. The Kids & Art Foundation provides free art workshops to children battling cancer to find healing through creative expression.

50% of the proceeds from any work sold will be donated to The Kids & Art Foundation. This money will be used to provide stipends and art materials to volunteer artists who lead weekly and monthly workshops.

Art Attack SF Gallery, 2358 Market Street, San Francisco CA

Friday, April 21: 6pm – 9pm | Private Preview (Invitation Only)
Saturday April 22: 12pm – 7pm
Sunday April 23: 12pm – 7pm

Want to join us?  Sign up here –


Saratoga Springtime Art Show

This Saturday and Sunday, an art show with 6 artists.

Painters – Kimberly Duran, Holly Van Hart
Embroidery – Azita Farshin
Ceramic – Max Rain
Sculptors – David Middlebrook

The art exhibition continues through the weekend:
Saturday April 29, 12 – 7 pm 

Sunday April 3012 – 7 pm

Where: Generously hosted by IOOF at 14414 Oak St. Saratoga, California.

Please join us there!

Stanford University – Solo Exhibition

Solo exhibition at Stanford University | Artist Holly Van Hart

Solo Exhibition at Stanford University
‘Alive with Possibilities’ by Holly Van Hart
Curated by DeWitt Cheng, Art writer for Art Ltd, ARTnews, and Visual Art Source

February 21 – September 8, 2017

To see DeWitt Cheng’s press release about this exhibition, click here.

Description –
In ‘Alive with Possibilities’, Holly Van Hart presents 10 abstract ribbon-esque paintings that celebrate human creativity. In these oil paintings, abstracted nests are woven together with colorful ribbons, eggs, and circles. These paintings highlight the promise of our own creativity and capabilities, to be nurtured and explored and stretched to their fullest potential. The paintings are textured with silicon wafers and silica sand, to represent the creativity that is unique to S​i​licon Valley.

Here’s one of the 11 paintings in the exhibition –