Whether you're an old-timer or newbie to SF, an art aficionado or neophyte, you've come across the work of Brian Barneclo. The local mural artist has made his mark all over the city, literally. His colorful cityscapes can be found at NOPA, Rye, 15 Romolo, Farmerbrown, and Suite 301 in Hotel des Arts. But perhaps his most well-known work is "Food Chain" on a sprawling wall in the Mission. Barneclo never seems to rest, as evidenced by his latest solo show at Fabric8 featuring new graphic paintings, a full-wall mosaic installation, and a preview of the forthcoming Systems Mural Project (a 24,000-square-foot panorama in Mission Bay). Here, a brief chat with the artist himself. Don't miss the opening reception this Saturday, June 18, from 7-10 p.m.
On September 16, 2010, Brian Barneclo, the famed muralist whose cubist-inspired works adorn the walls of many a SF hot spot (Nopa, Rye, District, to name a few) presented new works in a show titled "Looped" at the W Hotel to benefit his Systems Mural Project, a community-funded 600 foot mural at 7th and Townsend in SOMA.
Brian Barneclo, famed muralist whose cubist-inspired works adorn the walls of many a SF hot spot (Nopa, Rye, District, to name a few) is showing new works in a show titled "Looped" at the W Hotel this Thursday to benefit his Systems Mural Project, a community-funded 600 foot mural at 7th and Townsend in SOMA. Drop by the swanky W after work to check it out from 6 to 9 pm.
You can find the work of local artist Brian Barneclo throughout the city, from Nopa (the restaurant) to the Mission. Brian will be releasing his new signed edition, a 18" x 24" four color silkscreen print of "Peep's Corner" for $100! Pick one up this Thursday night at Rye, where the artist will also be introducing new original paintings.