bay area artist

10 Nov 2023

Making The Coolest Balloon Art in The World

Back in 2000, during the first dot-com economic downturn, Korene Tom lost her administration job. From there, Korene saw this as a rare opportunity to leave that life behind and become – a balloon artist and clown! Today, she is making some of the most amazing balloon art I’ve ever

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28 Jul 2023

Uncovering Bottles & Battling Toxic Waste: BottleNed’s Passionate Quest

I’m pretty sure that when all is said and done the human race is going to leave a geologic layer of plastics. It didn’t have to be this way. Bay Area resident Ned Clarke (known affectionately as BottleNed) has made trash his life’s passion. He has been trekking to the

Vita Hewitt 0
27 Jan 2024

The San Francisco Beer Passport is Here!

Step into a world of adventure with the San Francisco Beer Passport. There’s no better way to explore San Francisco than to literally drink it in. This passport is amazing! Each one contains 27 coupons to buy one beer, get a second beer FREE at 27 of the finest locally

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21 Jul 2023

Eluterio Lopez’s Artistic Odyssey into City Scapes and Fashion

Eluterio Lopez is a visual artist and clothing designer based in San Francisco. Known for incorporating numerous eyes into their paintings and clothing designs, Eluterio’s work reflects the city’s energy and diverse population. Mountains of eyes are staring at you in Eluterio Lopez’s studio – one on top of another

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03 Nov 2022

“The Dust That Binds Us” Celebrates The Creative Spark in Every Human

This Friday, November 4th, 40+ artists will showcase over 140 of their work at Foreign Lens in North Beach during a group show called “The Dust That Binds Us”. The opening will align with the monthly First Friday event in the neighborhood, North Beach Art walk. While the art walk

Katy Atchison 0
24 Jun 2022

The Bay Area’s Tiny Harpest: EllaHarp

Empowered with the success of building her own tiny home, EllaHarp turned her attention to her next challenge: building a tiny harp. If a tiny harp seems like less of a big deal than a tiny house, you’re probably not a professional harpist. 

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