Bernal Artist Amos Goldbaum Paints New San Francisco Mural in Tokyo

If you find yourself feeling a little homesick for San Francisco next time you’re having a Bill Murray/Scarlett Johansson moment in Tokyo, Bernal Heights artist Amos Goldbaum has helped create a place where you can go to feel right at home. Wise Sons, the Jewish delicatessen anchored on the corner of 24th Street and Shotwell … Continue reading Bernal Artist Amos Goldbaum Paints New San Francisco Mural in Tokyo

Bernal Artist Amos Goldbaum Creates New T-Shirt Based on His Pinhole Coffee Mural

If you’re headed to Fiesta on the Hill this Sunday — and you ARE headed to Fiesta on the Hill this Sunday, aren’t you??? — then you should also be on the lookout for celebrity Bernal Heights artist Amos Goldbaum. Born-and-raised here in Bernal, Neighbor Amos creates intricate line-drawings of San Francisco streetscapes, such as the … Continue reading Bernal Artist Amos Goldbaum Creates New T-Shirt Based on His Pinhole Coffee Mural

Check Out Bernal Artist Toby Klayman’s Immersive, Two-Day Studio Visits

For the last few years, Bernal Heights artist Toby Klayman has been offering intensive two-day art immersion classes at her studio via Airbnb. Now that the program has found its rhythm, Neighbor Toby invites other Bernal neighbors to come check it out. Toby tells Bernalwood: Airbnb recently started this new offshoot: Experiences by interesting people … Continue reading Check Out Bernal Artist Toby Klayman’s Immersive, Two-Day Studio Visits

Bernal Artist Turns Graphic Design Into Peaceful Protest

Bernal Neighbor Hope Meng is is putting her design skills to work political change. She tells Bernalwood: Wanted to let you know about my own little protest happening over here on unassuming Banks Street. I’m a graphic designer living, working, and raising my kids with Bernal Hill as my backyard. For the past 2 years, I’ve … Continue reading Bernal Artist Turns Graphic Design Into Peaceful Protest

Go See Bernal Artist Deb Caperton’s Work at Paxton Gate

Bernal artist Deb Caperton has some of her work on display at the stylishly strange Paxton Gate store at 766 Valencia (near 19th) in The Mission.  Neighbor Deb tells Bernalwood: My name is Deb Caperton (Bernal resident since 1994).  I wanted to invite you to check out my art show at Paxton Gate in the … Continue reading Go See Bernal Artist Deb Caperton’s Work at Paxton Gate

Work by Bernal Artist Jon Vohr On Display at Little Bee Bakery

Neighbor Jon Vohr is an artist on Andover Street. He tells Bernalwood that his work is on display this month inside the wornderful Little Bee Bakery at 521 Cortland: I’m a long time Bernal resident, and I am excited to be showing some paintings at Little Bee for the month of August! My art is a continuous exploration … Continue reading Work by Bernal Artist Jon Vohr On Display at Little Bee Bakery

Bernal Artist Todd Berman’s “City of Awesome” on Display at Mission Pie

Walking home recently after exiting the fashionable 24th Street BART station, your Bernalwood editor did a double-take at Mission Pie on the corner of Mission and 25th. As I passed Mission Pie (yum!) and looked in the window, I could’ve sworn I saw artwork by Bernal artist Todd Berman hanging on the walls. I backtracked a few steps back to enter Mission Pie … Continue reading Bernal Artist Todd Berman’s “City of Awesome” on Display at Mission Pie

This Weekend: Go See Bernal Artists in Mission Open Studios

There’s an open artists’ studios event happening in The Mission this weekend, and a few Bernal artists will be participating. Neighbor (and artist) Miles Epstein shared these tips on where to go to see some Bernal artists in action: This weekend is Mission Artist United Spring Open Studios. There are quite a few Bernal artists who maintain a presence … Continue reading This Weekend: Go See Bernal Artists in Mission Open Studios

Wednesday: Reception for Bernal Artist Todd Berman at Avenue

Bernal Heights artist Todd Berman has some of his work on display at Avenue, the event space at 3361 Mission Street near Virginia, just across from our Taoist Safeway. Tomorrow night, Wednesday, Mar. 2 from 7 to 9 pm, Neighbor Todd will be hosting an artist’s reception, and of course you’re so invited. Todd says: The art … Continue reading Wednesday: Reception for Bernal Artist Todd Berman at Avenue

Help a Bernal Artist Find the Art That Was Stolen With Her Car

You might remember Neighbor Carrie Ann Plank; she played a starring role last April’s post about Bernal Heights artists at the Hunter’s Point Shipyard. Well, Neighbor Carrie Ann’s car was stolen on Saturday night, and some of her art was in it.  Grrrrrrrr. She tells Bernalwood: My car was stolen from in front of the house last … Continue reading Help a Bernal Artist Find the Art That Was Stolen With Her Car

Saturday Eve: Reception for Bernal Artists in New Show at Inclusions Gallery

There is a new show opening  at the Inclusions Gallery (627 Cortland) on Saturday evening, with work from four Bernal artists: Rachel Leibman, Richard Nyhagen, Carrie Ann Plank and Jenny M. Phillips.. Per usual, Inclusions proprietor Lisa Moro has put together a thoughtful show, and the opening reception is Saturday, October 24 from 5 to 7pm: Inclusions Gallery October 24 – November … Continue reading Saturday Eve: Reception for Bernal Artists in New Show at Inclusions Gallery

Bernal Artist “Redesigns” Starbucks Ads in Powell BART Station

Neighbor “Ominous” is an artist who lives in Bernal Heights. Moments ago, Bernalwood received this email from him/her/it: On any given evening, Powell Street BART Station will be lined end-to-end with homeless. The station is also completely wrapped in 360 degrees of advertisements. Brands attempting to capture the tech cash that is flying left and right. … Continue reading Bernal Artist “Redesigns” Starbucks Ads in Powell BART Station

Bernal Artist Offers Handy, Handmade Moon Calendars For 2016

After our spooky moon sightings and a super rare bloodmoon, it’s already been a great lunar year. Luckily, Neighbor Annie on Precita near York has been making moon calendars for the past five years, and she recently cooked up a new batch. Wolf moon! Snow moon! Sturgeon moon! Beaver moon! Who knew there were so many moons? Neighbor Annie … Continue reading Bernal Artist Offers Handy, Handmade Moon Calendars For 2016