Last night I made it out to ArtSpan's mixer at Dick Blick Art Materials on Van Ness. Attendees enjoyed refreshments, a glass painting demo, and 20% off purchases:
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Next, I headed over to One Otis Street for the Lincart's Flamenco and Frog legs party. Rebecca Goldfarb's Align a Line greets visitors in the stairwell up to the gallery space:
Upstairs is another set of works by Goldfarb, YES NO (below):
Detail of YES NO:
Charles Linder's Truck Nuts:
In one corner was an installation by Bill Culbert , as well as a drawing by Barry McGee (upper right) and Red Shirt by Pip Culbert:
Graham Gillmore's There is Hope:
Charles Linder's Narcissus de Tijuana:
As usual, I arrived on the early side. When I left, the room (below) was packed and the flamenco performance was about to begin:
The party continued outside on the roof of the Enterprise Rent-a-car:
Spencer on the Go morphed into Spencer on the Roof, serving up delicious lamb stew and escargo pastry lollipops, but, alas, no frog legs:
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