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SAN FRANCISCO – Mirus Gallery is excited to announce its newest show “LOCAL II: a group show,” including artists from throughout the Bay Area to commemorate the reopening of the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art (SFMOMA). The gallery’s opening reception will take place from 7 to 10 p.m. on Friday, May 13 and the show will be on display through Saturday, June 25.
LOCAL II: a group show will highlight and celebrate the rejuvenated arts scene in the city in conjunction with the SFMOMA reopening on Saturday, May 14, and coincide with several other highly anticipated gallery openings in the area.
The show will be co-curated by gallery director Jennifer A. Darland, alongside Paul Hemming. The two have brought together an eclectic mix of artists to demonstrate various art styles throughout the Bay Area with a focus on the artistic beat of the dynamic SOMA neighborhood.
For more information on this exhibit and to view recent works, please visit the gallery’s webpage.


5 May 2016

I will be showing two selections from a new series of fruit and floral works with Hashimoto Contemporary at ArtMarket SF starting tomorrow, Thursday April 27th – May 1, 2016. The fair is held at the iconic Festival Pavilion at Fort Mason Center in San Francisco. For availability and more information, please contact the gallery.


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I’ll be showing some new work on paper in the group show Thick As Paper Thin, at Brilliant Champions in Brooklyn, NY next week. Very happy to be part of this show and to be working with some old friends at BC as they embark on their next creative endeavor. More info below….

Brilliant Champions Gallery is pleased to present a group exhibition of new works on paper by Morgan Blair, Ryan Travis Christian, Claire Colette, Randy Colosky, Langdon Graves and Casey Gray. “Thick As Paper Thin” is an eclectic mix of artists, some who will be revisiting their practice on paper while others nestle into the familiar comfort. Please join us for the opening reception on Friday, January 15th, 2016 from 6-9pm at Brilliant Champions located at 5 Central Ave in Brooklyn, NY.


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Trompe l’oeil with 90’s Flare, aerosol acrylic on paper, 14 x 12 inches, 2016.
16 December 2015


I chatted with the lovely and talented Emily Burns over at MAAKE Magazine recently for an online Q & A feature on their website. Be on the lookout for a new feature in the upcoming print edition of the magazine early next year.

Maake Magazine is an online gallery and quarterly print magazine showcasing the work of emerging artists. Our goal is to exhibit innovative and experimental contemporary artwork and foster conversation and community. As the art world becomes more diverse we hope to support the expansion and reinvention of traditional disciplines of art and making, where media and methods converge and cross boundaries to create unique combinations. We explore the place where fiber, textiles, sculpture, ceramics, painting, digital, design and more come together to create exciting and groundbreaking work. We also actively promote the work of featured artists via social media, printed issues of our magazine and on the blog.”

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My latest bulletin board works are mentioned in an insightful review of the group show Tomorrow, on view at Hashimoto Contemporary through the end of the month, over at WHATS THE NAME OF OUR COLLECTIVE? More Below…

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“In form and content, the show repeatedly conjures the internet-age sentiment of aesthetic assemblage, the totalizing impulse that attempts to collate everything in one place and at one moment. Casey Gray’s twin corkboards, Trompe l’oeil with Head Shot and Trompe l’oeil with Mixed Feelings, achieve a simple and compelling iteration of this theme through collages of personal and cultural references rendered in a hyperreal aerosol acrylic. Gray’s work highlights the manner in which specific collections of mass objects often stand in for genuine individuality: think of the collaged quality of a Twitter page where tweets (themselves often commentary on events external to the user) and retweets intermingle or, quite literally, a Pinterest page.”

This Saturday, December 12th I will have one new piece in a silent auction with the Cub Collective at The Galallery in SF’s Mission District. This is a great event to support local artists and arts organizations, while bridging the gap between the industries of creative and tech in San Francisco. Visit thecub.co and see below for more info.

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Tulip Vase with Red & Yellow, spray paint on panel, 26 x 20 inches, 2015.
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I’m excited and honored to debut two new works from my latest series of bulletin board paintings in the highly anticipated group show TOMORROW at Hashimoto Contemporary in San Francisco. More information below…


a group show curated by Jessica Ross
December 5 – December 19

Hashimoto Contemporary is pleased to present “Tomorrow” a group exhibition featuring the works of seventeen dynamic painters and mixed media artists from the Bay Area and beyond. The main focus of the exhibition is to present progressive trends in contemporary art with a diverse showcase of emerging and established artists, centering primarily on conceptual painting and contemporary illustration.

Representing a group of digitally minded artists and illustrators, “Tomorrow” is a multi-dimensional exhibition for a new kind of audience. Most artists in the show have developed their careers in an age where aesthetics are shifting to accommodate “screenic culture.” Threading together this wide range of artists is their steadfast commitment to conventional methods of art making. The result is a comprehensive look into post analogue painting, illustration and sculpture made exclusively through traditional processes.

“Tomorrow” is an experiment all its own, the show seeks to visually inquire into a myriad of different styles and techniques. Whilst some works embrace the high key, utilizing punched up colors, strong contrasts and clean minimal designs, others reject the abstract and embrace the representational free form of their painterly techniques. Featuring works from mostly young emerging Bay Area artists as well as some more established ones, “Tomorrow” is a strong display of what the future holds for contemporary art.

Participating artists:

Santiago Salvador Ascui • Mario Ayala • Sarah Bowser • Jeffrey Cheung • Matthew Craven • Amir H Fallah • Joseph Ferriso • Brett Flanigan • Michelle Fleck • Casey Gray • Ryan de la Hoz • Andrew Luck • John F. Malta • Sean Newport • Pablo de Pinho • Jenny Sharaf • Anna Valdez • Kristen Liu Wong • Alex Ziv

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Please join us for “Tomorrow”, opening Saturday, December 5 with an evening reception from 6pm – 10pm.

The exhibition will be on view through Saturday, December 19. For more information, additional images, or a collector’s preview, please email us at hashimotocontemporary@gmail.com


Trompe l’oeil with Mixed Feelings, spray paint on panel, 20 x 16 inches, 2015.



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Trompe l’oeil with Headshot, spray paint on panel, 20 x 16 inches, 2015.

I was very happy to have two new small works in a salon style exhibition with SF’s Gauntlet Gallery this past week at the SCOPE Art Show during Art Basel Miami. Please contact info@gauntlet Gallery to inquire about purchasing.


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Trompe l’oeil on Island Time, spray paint on panel, 18 x 18 inches, 2015.

Double Watermelon, spraypaint on panel, 18 x 18 inches, 2015.


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ATHEN B Gallery presents Co.Lab – A group exhibition where every piece is a collaboration.

October 10th – November 7th, 2015

Aaron Kai x Alexandar Suelto
Ad Deville of Skewville x Lea Heinrich
Brett Flanigan x Jean Nagai
Bunnie Reiss x David Marc Grant
Caleb Hahne x Molly Bounds
Casey Gray x Kelly Tunstall
C3 x Christopher Burch
Daryll Pierce x Jon Carling
David Bray x Lauren Napolitano
David Polka x John Felix Arnold III
Erik Otto x Mark Warren Jacques
ESK x Hunter De La Ghetto
Gaia x Nanook
Kate Klingbeil x Katherine Rutter
Lauren YS x Meryl Pataky
Lunar New Year x Mata Ruda
Martina Merlini x Derek Bruno
Max Kauffman x Hyedon
Moneyless x Sten Lex

Opening next month is Botanica: All Things Plant Life in the Bedford Gallery at the Lesher Center for the Arts in Walnut Creek, CA. This juried exhibition will feature over 100 artists and 200 pieces of work in a variety of mediums. The opening reception is set for Sunday, July 12th from 3-5pm. For more information please visit www.bedfordgallery.org.

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