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MUSEUMS & GALLERIES

ART AND SOUL

Paint the Town

Art of all kinds is celebrated throughout the Bay Area. While fine arts and contemporary museums are filled with famed international collections, local painters, sculptors and multimedia artists populate warehouse galleries. ART GALLERIES

COURTESY ASIAN ART MUSEUM

111 MINNA GALLERYCL003197 This hip arts space on an alley just two blocks south of Market Street doubles as a bar and club and features work in all media by emerging and alternative artistic talent. 111 Minna St., 415.974.1719. 49 GEARYCL003415 The remarkable building that once housed the entire West Coast operation of Western Union is now home to about 20 art galleries and four rare-book dealers. Holding what may be the largest single concentration of art, photography, prints and rare books anywhere in the country, 49 Geary will keep any art lover entertained for hours. 49 Geary St..

248 Utah St., 415.788.1050. www.briangrossfineart.com.

★ THE ANTIQUE TRADERSCL003581 This shop has a fine collection of original Art Nouveau antique items, which include signed Tiffany lamps and glass, Handel lamps, Pairpoint lamps and other lamps and chandeliers of the period. It carries art glass of the period, including Galle, Daum Nancy and Loetz and other makers. Also find over 350 stained and beveled glass windows, American Brilliant Cut glass, bronzes, sculptures and furniture. Worldwide shipping. 4310 California St., 415.668.4444.

★ BUBBLE STREET GALLERY From the bizarre to the romantic, Bubble Street Gallery offers an eclectic mix of fine arts and crafts. Contemporary surrealist Daniel Merriam’s collection of paintings, prints, ceramics, jewelry and more reflect a variety of styles ranging from Steampunk to Neo-Victorian and pop surrealism. 565 Bridgeway Blvd., Sausalito, 415.339.0506.

BRIAN GROSS FINE ARTCL003412 This spacious gallery in the up-andcoming Potrero Hill arts district hosts about nine exhibitions a year, showcasing contemporary painting, sculpture and photography by artists like Ed Moses and Phil Sims as well as emerging talents.

CALDWELL SNYDER GALLERYCL00341 Caldwell Snyder is a leading contemporary art gallery representing many of the most significant international painters and sculptors of the 21st century. It has consistently been a vital force in the art world by introducing

many renowned artists to the Bay Area for the first time. 341 Sutter St., 415.392.2299. 1328 Main St., St. Helena, 707.200.5050. CANESSA GALLERYCL00345 Associated with the Bay Area’s rich poet-artist scene for more than 45 years, this Financial District gallery housed in the small, brick bohemian-era Canessa Building has presented works by more than 600 new and established sculptors, painters, photographers and performance and literary artists, including Chico MacMurtrue and Trudy Myrrh Reagan. W 12-3 and by appointment. 708 Montgomery St., 415.296.9029. CATHARINE CLARK GALLERYCL0043041 Housed in a former door factory in the Potrero Hill gallery gulch, this is

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