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Modern Eden Gallery ‘New Growth’ Group Exhibition

If you’re feeling the need for visual stimulation, don’t miss Modern Eden Gallery’s ‘New Growth’ group exhibition. They’ve moved to a new 1100 Sutter Street location in San Francisco but you can view the show (and take a video tour!) without needing to leave your home. So let your imagination wander about this beautiful collection of artwork that’s bursting at the seams with inspiration.

‘New Growth’ remains on view through May 1st. Visit their website for further details and purchase availability.

Modern Eden Gallery Statement: Temporary Closure. The gallery is currently closed to visitors in response to COVID-19 and as mandated by the San Francisco city government. We encourage you (if you are able) to support independent galleries and artists during this difficult time. We are still shipping online orders.

Jana Brike surreal painting Modern Eden Gallery New Growth exhibition
Jana Brike

Press: Modern Eden Gallery proudly presents the debut exhibition at our brand new location opening in March at 1100 Sutter Street. The exhibition brings together 75 artists who have been instrumental to the gallery over the last 10 years.
So many aspects of our industry have moved online, and while we have been at the forefront of this movement, we firmly believe in balancing the digital with a strong physical foundation here in San Francisco. Together, we hope you join us in building a gallery for the future. One that presents artwork of the highest caliber and fosters a platform (both online and offline) for the commercial success of our artists and the widespread propagation of the visual arts and culture. 

‘New Growth’ celebrates those who have made Modern Eden what it is today, and sets the stage for the next 10 years.

Modern Eden Gallery (NEW LOCATION)

1100 Sutter Street | San Francisco, CA 94109

For press inquiries or sales, please contact Gallery Director Kim Larson at kim@moderneden.com

General Information, please email info@moderneden.com

Featuring new works by Erika Sanada, Akira Beard, Lacey Bryant, Emilio Villalba, Doubleparlour, Leilani Bustamante, Calvin Ma, Redd Walitzki, Primary Hughes, Crystal Morey, Glenn Arthur, Mary Syring, Sandra Yagi, Jana Brike, Jessica So Ren Tang, Lee Harvey Roswell, Catherine Moore, Tracy Lewis, Ransom & Mitchell, Helice Wen, Andy Sciazko, Megan Buccere, Cory Benhatzel, Daniel J Valadez, Carly Janine Mazur, Jel Ena, Martin Hsu, Amandalynn, Kelly McKernan, Julie Filipenko, Henry Schreiber, Stephanie Law, Alec Huxley, Nicomi Nix Turner, Leon Loucheur, Allison Sommers, Phillip Hua, Erich J. Moffitt, Adam Caldwell, Ron Norman, Amy Guidry, Archer Dougherty, Meredith Marsone, John Walker, Aunia Kahn, Edith Lebeau, Daryll Pierce, Stephanie Jucker, Michael Campbell, Erica Calardo, Richard Ahnert, Brandice Guerra, Kindra Nikole, Matthew Robertson, Kieran Collins, Tara Krebs, Amy Ahlstrom, Tino Rodriguez, Virgo Paraiso, Ania Tomicka, Monty Guy, Laura Buss, Jessica Dalva, Omalix, Wesley T Wright, Melissa Hartley, Jon Ching, Adam Ziskie, Melissa Morgan, Kari-Lise Alexander, Michael Ramstead, Robert Bowen, Pippa McManus, Sergio Lopez, Rebecca Rose, Bradley Platz, Chris Sheridan, and Lara Dann.

Ania Tomicka surreal nude painting Modern Eden Gallery New Growth exhibition
Ania Tomicka
Edith Lebeau girl with pink hair painting Modern Eden Gallery New Growth
Edith Lebeau

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Internationally exhibited artist and creator of Wooden Ophelia, Bella Harris is not only the Online Editor at Beautiful Bizarre Magazine, she also oversees all staff writers and helps support website functionality and development. As a contributing writer for the website, active copy editor, and editorial photographer, she plays a vital role in the growth of Beautiful Bizarre Magazine while working closely with advertisers and artists. Wooden Ophelia is a contemporary collection of original moon designs, handmade woodwork, artwork furnishings, and sacred crystals... all to enchant your home.

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