Opening Reception: Friday, October 24, 2015 | 5:30pm — 9:00pm
Come enjoy wine, hors d’oeuvres, and music by Karine Woodward at the opening party featuring the art of Carolyn Ferris and Ann Miller at Michael Thompson Framing. Free Parking in Neighborhood.
Surreal Imagery. Originals. Rock Posters.
At the exhibitions, there will be an exclusive showing of the first-ever “singing canvas”, Carolyn’s recently created 30 inch acrylic on canvas which correlates to “Silver Lining”, song written by Roger McNamee. The canvas, in turn, will be made into a Moonalice poster which will be available at their show at Don Quixote’s Music Hall in Felton, California on December 19th, 2014
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Influenced by ancient symbols, ideographs and African scripts, this exhibit of new work explores color, movement, process and mystery.
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Michael Thompson Framing 647 7th St, San Francisco
Summer of Love 40th Anniversary poster by Jim Harter and Jagmo (Nels Jacobson)
September 2, 2007
Speedway Meadows at Golden Gate Park — San Francisco, CA
2b1 — B-05
Part of a series of 26 posters — see them all at ExpressoBeans.com.
See more at 2b1records.com/summeroflove40th
Our annual Fall Classic TRPS Festival of Rock Posters is confirmed for Saturday October 25th, 2014 at the San Francisco County Fair Building (aka Hall of Flowers) in beautiful Golden Gate Park.
We’re thrilled to announce that Bonnie MacLean Graham will be joining us for her first San Francisco appearance at a TRPS event. The Bill Graham Foundation will be there as well, so this year’s show will be an informal celebration and remembrance of Bill Graham.
We’re also stoked about first-time appearances of AJ Masthay and Adam Pobiak, as well as the return of so many of our favorites.
Artists & Vendors Lineup
Bill Graham Foundation
Mike Storeim / classicposters.com
Tea Lautrec Litho
D. King Gallery
Sal Dicheira / Amazing Adventures
Join the discussion on expressobeans.com.
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(note: Hall of Flowers has been renamed the San Francisco County Fair Building.)