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Art December, 3 2008

FIFTY24SF Gallery Presents “Ghosts of the Barbary Coast” By Jeremy Fish And “Still A Little Magic” by Miss Van

“Ghosts of the Barbary Coast” is a solo exhibition by Jeremy Fish, a fine artist and illustrator based in San Francisco. North Beach, the neighborhood in San Francisco that Jeremy Fish calls home, is the inspiration behind “Ghosts of the Barbary Coast.” Through his research, Fish found that San Francisco is a city “built on an adventurous pioneer spirit. In “Ghosts of the Barbary Coast,” Jeremy Fish celebrates the individuals that chased their dreams all the way to San Francisco. The show features over 35 new works, including large woodworking projects.

“Still A Little Magic” is a solo exhibition by Miss Van, a fine artist from Toulousse, France and now based in Barcelona, Spain.Miss Van first gained acclaim painting walls in the streets of Toulousse,France. She unknowingly made a splash in the graffiti world by painting with acrylic paint and brushes, rather than the usual medium of choice, spray paint. Miss Van’s “Still A Little Magic,”features new drawings and paintings, and will be on display at the lower level of the FIFTY24SF Gallery from December 4-30, 2008.

Images and flier for both artists after the jump.

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