Monday, April 19, 2021

Mary Corbin

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Mary Corbin is an artist and writer based in the San Francisco Bay Area. She can’t get enough vivid colors, walks in the woods and well-told tales. Visit her website at marycorbinwrites.com.

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Necessity of human connection is palpable in the Oakland artist's simple gestures and narrative composition

In PoukĂ© Halpern’s work, domestic vessels resonate with subtle poetry

Muted lines and an ambient optimism about the glass-half-full infuse the artist's delicate paintings

Muralist Nigel Sussman delights East Bay pedestrians with Escher-like worlds

Citing influences like R. Crumb and 'Where's Waldo,' the Berkeley artist draws walkers' eyes into colorful mazes.

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In Lisa Levine’s house photographs, an exploration of isolation and comfort

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A meditation in lumber: Artist Aleksandra Zee’s peaceful wood grains

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Cate White came to the Bay to connect—through her art, she’s done just that.

Norman Rockwell and Basquiat inspired her purposefully loose renderings of life's struggle.

Inspiration waited for Jingletown artist Fernando Reyes

... and this is what their reunion looks like: eloquent, passionate woodprints and cohesive natural collage.

A local artist honors lost Black lives, portrait by portrait

Painter Radha Mehta's series commemorating lives lost to racially motivated murder and police brutality spreads to cities around the country.