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Preview: “Confluence” Group Show at Fifty24SF

Tonight, San Francisco's Fifty24SF is opening a group show titled "Confluence" featuring the works of an eclectic array of artists with surreal inclinations. From Adam Caldwell's refined figurative paintings to Oliver Vernon, Damon Soule and Mars-1's psychedelic dreamscapes and Lister's avant garde-inspired portraits, the show brings together a wide array of established artists with up-and-comers such as Zio Ziegler, Akira Beard, Lauren YS and Emily J. Moore. The show opens on September 4 and will be on view through November 4. See more after the jump!

Tonight, San Francisco’s Fifty24SF is opening a group show titled “Confluence” featuring the works of an eclectic array of artists with surreal inclinations. From Adam Caldwell’s refined figurative paintings to Oliver Vernon, Damon Soule and Mars-1’s psychedelic dreamscapes and Lister’s avant garde-inspired portraits, the show brings together a wide array of established artists with up-and-comers such as Zio Ziegler, Akira Beard, Lauren YS and Emily J. Moore. The show opens on September 4 and will be on view through November 4.

The complete artist line-up includes: Oliver Vernon, Anthony Lister, Mars-1, Sam Flores, Zio Ziegler, Greg Gossel, Damon Soule, Javier Rocabado, Jayde Cardinali, Joseph Martinez, William Arvin, Todd Kurnat, Steven Vasquez Lopez, Sean Kruschrhoades, Steve Lopez, Nate Valensky, Lauren YS, Henry Lewis, Emily J. Moore, Deb, Annie Darling, Akira Beard and Adam Caldwell.

Adam Caldwell

Oliver Vernon

Damon Soule

Lauren YS

Zio Ziegler

Anthony Lister

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