'LOVING GOLDEN GATE PARK.'

647 Irving Street at 8th Avenue
San Francisco, CA 94122

Opening Reception: Thursday, October 5, from 5:30-8 PM
Show runs: October 3 - November 4, 2017












- Mission Bowling Club,

3176 17th Street, SF, CA 94110
August 29 - November 28, 2017






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-Ferment Drink Repeat (FDR) Brewery & Tap Room

2636 San Bruno Avenue, SF, CA 94134

ArtSpan Art-in-Neighborhoods Exhibition, May 9 - August 8, 2017.

  








                                                      



-Natural Wonders

647 Irving Street at 8th Avenue
San Francisco, CA 94122

A Bay Area Open Call Exhibition, April 4th - May 6th 2017














-Berkeley Art Center
  2016 Artist Annual Exhibition
  1275 Walnut St.
  Berkeley, Ca. 94709
  Dec. 3 2016- Jan. 8, 2017




​​-Edge of Frame Events in October, 2016

October 22nd/23rd  for OPEN STUDIO ---and October 29, 2016 for ARTIST RECEPTION and SHOW OPENING ---of the “Into the Third Dimension”. EoF artist Michael Endicott will be hosting an Open Studio Saturday and Sunday, Oct 22 and 23 from 11am-6pm as part of SF Art Span. Michael is sure to be at work trying to finish up his pieces for the next week’s show opening. Be prepared to offer him advice. 


October 29, from 5:00-7:30pm, EoF Gallery will host an artist reception for the opening of the “Into the Third Dimension” show featuring EoF artists, Bogomir, Jane Lombard and Michael Endicott, who are stretching themselves off the flat canvas.  This show’s guest artist is Steve Sweetser, a longtime resident of the Western Addition. He will be showing his recent Frida Kahlo series.   

Edge of Frame Gallery


1207 Divisadero St., San Francisco, CA. 


For more info contact Michael Endicott


michaelendicott@comcast.net 


or call (415) 971-1652.

Steve Sweetser - Portfolio

Review - Burt Manaster Blog


I went to see Dr. Sweetser's Frida Kahlo series exhibit at the Edge of Frame Gallery yesterday around 5:30 P.M.
I had received a card in the mail inviting me to the reception where Steve's series was announced  as his guest artist contribution.
I must say I was pretty impressed. He certainly understood that Frida's face is as ubiquitous in art as a recurring nightmare (my words - not his). but his representation of several permutations of Frida along Warhohlian lines was truly arresting and unique. There were four representations all nicely framed to choose from, and all contained aspects that could be construed to incorporate Frida as artist and as subject matter for interpretation by an artist. (Steve in this case.)  In that aspect Steve seemed to have achieved the goal of communicating Frida as an icon and providing us with a commentary drawn upon our own observation or subliminal responses that he opened up for us.
I will look forward to seeing more aspects of Steve's imagination in future .