Art Attack SF is proud to present “Kaleidoscope Sky,” a duo exhibition featuring new work from gallery artists Jennifer Banzaca and Harumo Sato on view April 3rd-28th, 2019. Join us for the Opening Reception on Thursday, April 4th, 6pm - 9pm during the Castro Art Walk and an artist talk on Thursday, April 11th, 4:30-6pm. Both events are free and open to the public.
ABOUT THE ARTISTS
Jennifer Banzaca grew up on the east coast, spending her formative years in New England. After earning a BFA from the Art Institute of Chicago in 1991, she went on to live in San Francisco and New York working as a Designer and Art Director for book publishing and animation. Rediscovering a love of painting in 2004, she resumed her education studying at the Art Students League and the New York Academy of art. Relocating back to San Francisco in 2015 has allowed her to pursue a studio practice on a deeper level. She enjoys creating work that brings her past design influences and color sensibility from working in children's entertainment to her work.
Harumo Sato is a California-based artist from Tokyo Japan, whose practice includes painting, printmaking, and illustration. In 2013, she relocated to Buffalo, NY to study fine art. While attending the University at Buffalo, Harumo was awarded three scholarships related to painting and illustration. Harumo strives to maintain a peace of mind amongst a highly-industrialized environment through her practice of creation. From her experience, she believes art is one of the best solutions to combat seemingly contagious negative thoughts and emotions. Through her vibrant and playful works, Harumo seeks to spark viewers’ imagination and lust for life!
ART ATTACK SF
Art Attack SF is an art space for contemporary work and community-minded pop-up events. The gallery features rotating exhibitions of emerging artists primarily from the Bay Area and surrounding West Coast. Established in 2012, the gallery is located in San Francisco’s vibrant Castro district. Art Attack SF is a member of Castro Merchants and a founding member of the Castro Art Walk.