Women are the rubies, emeralds, and sapphires to the world; men, at times, are more akin to those leftover rhinestones you find at the bottom of your craft drawer than any of the aforementioned gems.
Looking to score some original artwork to add to your collection? This Thursday, Divisadero Street’s Rare Device will be featuring the works of several female artists, including Lindsay Stripling, Sarah K. Benning, A'Driane Nieves, Kristine Vejar, and Katie Gong, in their latest gallery show titled “Women.” Other local artists will be coming together, as well, for a “Live Sketch + Sale,” featuring Liz Robb, Samantha Lee, Orlie Kapitulnik, Linda Fahey, Cathleen Bishop, Lindsay Stripling, Kayla Conyer and Sean Hipkin. The event will be a great opportunity to meet other local artists who may be flying under your radars; feel free to peruse and purchase unique pieces for yourself, too.
Rare Device, as well as its neighbors, are keeping their doors open late in the hopes of making new friends—while celebrating art, community, and local businesses.
The Divisadero Art Walk is free to attend and brings together several businesses along the corridor between Page and Golden Gate. Most businesses in this neighborhood are local and independent, offering various goods ranging from artisanal food, coffee, and beer to hand-made goods and art. All are encouraged to attend, connect, enjoy this unique celebration of art and community!
// The Divisadero Art Walk is free to attend (donations are optional), and starts Thursday, June 15, 6-10pm, on Divisadero Street between Page and Golden Gate.
A transplant from Hawaii, Ashley grew up in the food and hospitality industries, and is on a mission to expand her knowledge in every aspect of these industries. Her passions outside her day-job include writing, photography, cooking just about everything, and eating and drinking her way around the Bay Area.