"This is Betty’s Place" is an 18" x 24" digital painting with a private edition from artist James R. Eads. Follow him on instagram @jamesreadsillustration

Artist Charmaine Olivia just dropped her second mini print edition today (with the first one almost sold completely out)! Don’t miss this chance to pick up a signed 8.5” x 11” “Voodou” print issued from Patron of the Arts! ($20 US with free s&h)

http://www.charmaineoliviashop.com/collections/frontpage/products/voodou-limited-edition-mini-print

"Ace of Pentacles" by artist Lauren Napolitano - interpreted from a standard Rider-Waite tarot deck.
Ink on Found Book Page Vintage Illustration
Framed to 13.25 x 16.25 inches

Part of the Tarot: Art of Fortune exhibition at Modern Eden Gallery in San Francisco, curated by Warholian’s own Michael Cuffe.

Don’t miss this chance to purchase the original here: http://www.moderneden.com/collections/tarot/products/ace-of-pentacles

For more on Lauren, follow her here: http://peptalk.tumblr.com/

Artist Ryan de la Hoz has been a staple in the San Francisco art and curatorial scene for some time now.  His work and medium is so different from other work, that it’s falls into a category all it’s own we here at Warholian define as “Conceptual Illustrative Minimalism”.  Ryan works with ink and scissors, cutting works into minimalistic abstract scenes.  

Visit Ryan de la Hoz’ site here: http://www.ryandelahoz.com/

Ad agency Moma out of Sao Paulo Brazil commissioned these faux social media ads, and with the help of 6B Studio illustrators were able to give us a glimpse of our present day Facebook, Twitter, YouTube, and Skype reimagined as if they existed 50 years ago.  

Advertising Agency: Moma, Sao Paulo, Brazil

Creative Director: Rodolfo Sampaio

Art Director: Marco Martins

Copywriter: Adriano Matos

Illustrator: 6B Studio

Published: July 2010

Justin Giarla owner of White Walls, Shooting Gallery and 941 Geary took us on an exclusive walk through of his new gallery space recently.  Remodeling has started and we’re looking forward to the future or White Walls and Shooting Gallery at this undisclosed location.

Photos by Michael Cuffe for Warholian: http://www.Facebook.com/MikeCuffe

'Samnia' by artist Sergio Lopez (2012) Lopez has a show opening tomorrow at Modern Eden Gallery in San Francisco! We’re going!Opening this Saturday April 14th 6-10 p Modern Eden is pleased to announce “Sacred Spring”, featuring new paintings by Bay Area artist Sergio Lopez. This will be Lopez’ 2nd solo exhibition at Modern Eden after last year’s critically acclaimed exhibition, “Painted Roses”. This exhibit will feature new works in which the artist combines his masterful technique with themes of the Sacred Spring and natural patterns. “Sacred Spring” is inspired by the Jugendstil patterns of the Vienna Secessionists such as Gustav Klimt and others. Sacred Spring is the English translation of Ver Sacrum, an ancient Roman rite of passage.FB Event page:https://www.facebook.com/events/198179526951804/

'Samnia' by artist Sergio Lopez (2012) 

Lopez has a show opening tomorrow at Modern Eden Gallery in San Francisco! We’re going!

Opening this Saturday April 14th 6-10 p Modern Eden is pleased to announce “Sacred Spring”, featuring new paintings by Bay Area artist Sergio Lopez. This will be Lopez’ 2nd solo exhibition at Modern Eden after last year’s critically acclaimed exhibition, “Painted Roses”. This exhibit will feature new works in which the artist combines his masterful technique with themes of the Sacred Spring and natural patterns. “Sacred Spring” is inspired by the Jugendstil patterns of the Vienna Secessionists such as Gustav Klimt and others. Sacred Spring is the English translation of Ver Sacrum, an ancient Roman rite of passage.

FB Event page:https://www.facebook.com/events/198179526951804/

Be sure to check out our story on Voodoo Chop, the latest group show at Project One gallery which is an exploration of the tranquility, ferocity, and mystique of the ocean’s waves. Review and photos by Warholian's own Michael Cuffe.

Fabric8 gallery is pleased to present Wayward Wanderings, a solo show featuring new paintings by artist David Garvey.

In his first-ever solo show, former medical illustrator Garvey uses his highly-detailed technique to bring his paintings to life. His exhibition depicts scenes of a wayward reality, from whimsical creatures and scenarios to dreamscapes and poignant visual metaphors.

David Garvey was born in New York City in 1970 and attended Pratt Institute, from where he graduated with a BFA in 1994. He has had an eclectic career in the arts, having done illustration work for websites, publications, pharmaceutical giants, and entertainment conglomerates. His paintings and drawings are on display in restaurants, hotels, and casinos throughout the country. He currently lives and works in San Francisco.

Wayward Wanderings will be on exhibit from April 6 through May 7, 2012 at fabric8, 3318 22nd Street, San Francisco, and open 7 days a week. The opening reception will be held on Friday, April 6, from 6pm-9pm.

For further information visit the Fabric8 website at http://fabric8.com or David’s website at http://www.davidgarveyart.com/

‎”Return of the Last Supper” by artist Eric Deschamps