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QUICK DRAW SF #006 Halloween Spooktacular!!

Bay Area’s Paint Pens Collective and Never Ending Radical Dude present QUICK DRAW SF! A monthly live drink and draw event co-curated by Shayna Yasuhara and Jason Furie. Each month, ten artists are selected to come draw and sell their creations on our “art wall” available on the cheap. There’s also a “merch table” where artists sell swag such as prints, books, and original art. Credit cards accepted. Everyone is welcome to come and draw, so bring your sketchbooks! The cherry on top!? Great drink and food specials so you can use your extra money toward buying rad stuff!

In honor of HALLOWEEN there will be extra treats for your guys and ghouls! 1.) Dress up! We will be holding a raffle - anyone wearing a costume will get a free raffle ticket. The winner gets a $25 gift certificate towards the Quick Draw Read more

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September 9, 2014 Posted by admin in Art

QUICK DRAW SF #005

Bay Area’s Paint Pens Collective and Never Ending Radical Dude present QUICK DRAW SF! A monthly live drink and draw event co-curated by Shayna Yasuhara and Jason Furie. Each month, ten artists are selected to come draw and sell their creations on our “art wall” available on the cheap. There’s also a “merch table” where artists sell swag such as prints, books, and original art. Credit cards accepted! Everyone is welcome to come and draw, so bring your sketchbooks! The cherry on top!? Great drink and food specials so you can use your extra money toward buying rad stuff!

This QUICK DRAW SF will take place on Thursday, September 18th from 6pm-9pm at F8 Gallery/Bar located at 1192 Folsom (cross street is 8th) in SOMA. Read more

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RICKY WATTS: Aerosol Artworks

Richard "Ricky" Watts

Ricky Watts’ love for art was prevalent from an early age. At 3-years-old, his mother would draw bubble letters on paper for Ricky to color in. A relatively normal suburban childhood, Watts collected comic books, rode BMX bikes, explored creeks and construction sites. He often created his own comic strips involving epic battles between nuclear dinosaurs and the U.S. Army.

In an 8th grade math class, Ricky fell in love for the first time. A classmate shared a copy of Can Control magazine, a graffiti publication from Seattle. He became obsessed, experimenting with spray paint under bridges around town. These early years were all trial & error experimentation, as the “how-to” internet boom hadn’t developed yet. Read more