Monthly Archives: October 2011
This Friday we are throwing Wonderland SF out the window! 6-10pm! Come by!!! It will be super fun! Everyone is invited
White+Monochrome and Color
Opening reception: Friday October 21, 2011 6-10pm
Where: Wonderland SF (2929 24th Street, San Francisco CA 94110
Chris W. Stokes
Lee Harvey Roswell
Join us for an evening of amazing art, music, complimentary cocktails!
We would love to see you!!!
For more info go to:
Exhibition will be available for viewing Oct 21- Nov 21, 2011
Gallery hours :
Mondays we are closed
Please Note! THIS IS NOT AT OUR GALLERY WONDERLAND SF!
this show will be at driftwood art gallery 39 ISIS St, (near 12th & Folsom) S.F. CA, 94103
I wanted to invite you to a beautiful art show by a dear friend of mine T.W. CHUI: A 35 YEAR RETROSPECTIVE of his work!!! It would mean so much to me if you can come and support this amazing artist!
This is a beautiful gallery near Folsom and 12th in SF.
I will be spinning some records! Come and have a drink! Would love to see you
Driftwood Salon presents: T.W. CHUI; A 35 YR Retrospective
This Friday October 14, 6-10pm
39 ISIS St, (near 12th & Folsom) S.F. CA, 94103
T.W. CHUI: A 35 YEAR RETROSPECTIVE
And the unveiling of the new “DAUGHTER OF KALI” series
October 14th- November 12th, 2011
T.W. Chui grew up in the gang filled streets of Hong Kong, and got a firsthand view of the devastating reality many women in the sex trade industry face every day. Yet even though he has had a rough beginning, he uses every bit of it to transcend and amaze us through his magnificent oils on masonite. By th…e time he was a young adult, he knew he wanted to be an artist, so he moved to San Francisco to pursue a career in art and got offered a full scholarship to San Francisco’s Art Institute. That was about thirty five years ago. Since then he has had a world filled with many advances and awards in the art field, and had been busily painting night and day at his East Bay studio.
I have never seen an audience react to a painting the way they have to Chui’s “Twinkle Twinkle Little Star”, a radiant 60”X40” oil painting of a beautiful young blond girl, in the nude. There are many contrasting lines and deep groves, it is impossible not to feel the movement. The irresistible texture beckons you to come in for a closer look. Some have lingered over her shining skin that seems lit from within; and some have silently backed away in horror by this creation, which actually tells the tale of a young prostitute, and is just one of many in the new series entitled “The Daughters Of Kali”.
This is the exact reaction that we artists desire; to inspire dialogue as well as emotions in our audience. And that my friends, is the true mastery of T.W. Chui. He has dedicated this newest series to raising awareness to this ongoing world situation, as well as offering it to us in a new “divine” perspective.
Driftwood Salon, in conjunction with Chillin Productions, is extremely proud to present this 35 year retrospective exhibit, featuring more than three decades worth of paintings and drawings by this incredible artist. Please join us for our opening reception on Friday, October 14th, from 6pm-10pm. Special guest DJ: Irene Hernandez-Feiks.
This exhibit will run until Saturday November 12th and there will be a closing reception on that Saturday night as well starting at 6:00 PM. For more information please visit driftwoodsalon.com or twchui.com.
Driftwoodsalon.com 39 Isis Street, SF, CA, 94103 Open Wed – Sat 12PM-6 PM