ArtHaus Gallerists James Bacchi and Annette Schutz are presenting “OCEANS 12”, an inspired group exhibition benefiting Ocean Conservancy. 20% of all revenues generated from sales of this exhibition, both online and at ArtHaus, will be donated to Ocean Conservancy.
The exhibition runs from October 5-7, 2017 at ArtHaus Gallery in San Francisco. It will also be available for viewing and purchasing between September 28th and November 4th at the following link: www.oceanconservancy.org/oceans12art.
“OCEANS 12” includes works in various media by twelve nationally credited artists. Artists featured in this exhibit will include; Carolyn Meyer, Thea Schrack, Matthew Frederick, Donna McGinnis, Brian Blood, Joanne Landis, Lucky Rapp, Gioi Tran, Michal Venera, Andrea Arroyo, Jhina Alvarado, and Serena Bocchino.
A reception for the artists and invited guests will take place on Thursday, October 5th from 6-8pm. ArtHaus Gallery is located at 411 Brannan Street, San Francisco, CA 94107. Gallery hours are: Tuesday-Friday, 11am-6pm and Saturday, Noon-5pm.
About Ocean Conservancy
Ocean Conservancy works with millions of volunteers of all ages, from all around the world, on its International Coastal Cleanup which it has been doing for more than 30 years. “Our leadership in the world of ocean conservation is built on pillars of strong science, smart policies and engaged partners”, states Andreas Merkl, President, Ocean Conservancy. “It’s in Ocean Conservancy’s DNA to be tenacious—no matter how big our goals are, we’ll keep working with you to achieve them—because we’re in it for the long haul.”
“For 45 years, Ocean Conservancy has been at the forefront of efforts to protect the beauty, bounty and health of the ocean that defines our planet,” said Julia Roberson, VP of Communications at Ocean Conservancy. “Thank you for your patronage of the ocean-inspired artists at the OCEANS 12 exhibit. Your generous support will enable us to tackle some of the greatest global challenges facing our ocean.”
Celebrating more than twenty years in business, ArtHaus gallerists Bacchi and Schutz are known for their intimate presentation of contemporary works of art that are diverse in subject matter, media and style, created by noteworthy New York and Bay Area artists. The gallery was recently honored with inclusion on the San Francisco Legacy Business Registry for Bacchi and Schutz’s outstanding contributions to the community. They are delighted to welcome Ocean Conservancy to their long list of philanthropic concerns.
The gallery has also received three nominations and awards for BEST ART GALLERY – BAY AREA “A” LIST. In 2016, Culture Trip named ArtHaus one of the TEN BEST GALLERIES in San Francisco. 2017 began with a nomination by Supervisor Jane Kim proposing ArtHaus for Legacy Business status in the city of San Francisco.
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