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Sergio Lopez’ ‘Painted Roses’

Tonight, Saturday, April 30th, the always lovely Modern Eden Gallery in San Francisco's North Beach neighborhood will be presenting the debut solo show from emerging artist Sergio Lopez. Entitled 'Painted Roses', the new body of work consists of a variety of oil and gouache works on paper, linen and canvas; nudes recline, their floral tattoos melding into the decorative filigree of the backdrops. Known primarily as a landscape painter, 'Painted Roses' looks to be an exciting departure for the young artist, someone we greatly look forward to seeing more from in the future.

Tonight, Saturday, April 30th, the always lovely Modern Eden Gallery in San Francisco’s North Beach neighborhood will be presenting the debut solo show from emerging artist Sergio Lopez. Entitled ‘Painted Roses’, the new body of work consists of a variety of oil and gouache works on paper, linen and canvas; nudes recline, their floral tattoos melding into the decorative filigree of the backdrops. Known primarily as a landscape painter, ‘Painted Roses’ looks to be an exciting departure for the young artist, someone we greatly look forward to seeing more from in the future.

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