And now... the other side of the pandemic. Yesterday, we wrote about and previewed In the Abstract, a show of young painters workig in geometric forms and color patterns for a show at Hashimoto Contemporary in San Francisco. The gallery will also be hosting a more figuraite, mystical body of work from Los Angeles-based painter, Stacey Rozich in a solo show entitled Floating Worlds

"Compelled by the enigmatic notion that our everyday terrestrial lives may be coexisting with another fully-functioning surrealistic plane alongside our own, I have sought to create this world through a series of vivid scenarios and portraits, Rozich says of her new body of work. "As it turns out, this surreality may not be so different from our own reality: you’ll find that moments of miscommunication, embarrassment and awkward first dates can still occur regardless of your astral plane."

The gallery will be open by appointment only. In order to ensure the health and safety of visitors and staff, please note that masks are legally required for entry. To schedule an appointment, please click HERE.