|Canyon Market is the neighborhood full-service grocery of Glen Park. We customize our service and products to the needs of this wonderful, dynamic and diverse community. Primarily a natural foods market, we spice it up with specialty and mainline groceries, plus a coffee bar, wine tasting and outdoor seating (dogs welcome). Please visit!|| Address:|
2815 Diamond St.
San Francisco, CA 94131
Phone: (415) 586-9999
7 days a week 7am-9pm
|Artists at Canyon Market|
There are artistic people working at Canyon Market. Visit artists websites for more images and information.
"Square Meal", a book created by Richard Tarlov.
This book is made of heavy aluminum plates that were taken out of the old Levi's factory at 250 Valencia Street here in SF's Mission District. These plates were used to spread the heavy weight of storage shelves that held Levi's rivets, labels and other parts of the jeans that were made in that building since 1906. In 2008 the building was restored and remodeled to be the SF Friends School, the first Quaker school in the City. The aluminum pages (some still show faint imprints of "Alcoa") are held together with piano hinge. The book uses etching, grinding, scratches and various other coloring and texturing methods, depicts four phases of a meal. It was donated to the School for its annual tuition assistance fundraiser, in April 2010.
On the gallery wall next to the cashiers you will see artwork by Saul Levy. Saul Levy is a local artist (in SF) and mainly uses watercolor as a medium. He generally portrays SF landscapes and landmarks, and has many paintings of Pac Bell Park. He does commissions!
|Alice Heimsoth lives and works in the Bay Area, dividing her time
between San Francisco and western Sonoma County. She was a premature
baby of the 1950's, born with visual difficulties that eventually
developed into myopia. Her personal experience offered a foray into the
world of nature through an up-close perspective of detail and delight.
Alice draws upon her spiritual relationship with nature to share with
us her process of seeking out the microcosms that exist beyond our
normal field of vision and attention span. Her most recent body of work
explores her love of nature and her unique perspective and process.
Using a macro lens and a meditative stillness, Alice offers a glimpse
into her wonderland of insects, flora and phenomenon.|
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grew up in the Brooklyn /New York City area. She didn't have
a chance of not being a painter or of at least exploring it, as she
came from a long line of painters:
both parents, great aunts and uncles,
painters all. Vos spent her early years hanging out in museums where
she was affected by notables such as John Marin,
Kandinsky early Guston ,
Van Gogh, Cezanne. Residing in San Francisco, Ca. since the 1980's, in 1993, Barbara Vos
was awarded a residency with the coveted Djerassi Artist-In-Resident
program in Woodside, Ca. ; a month's long hiatus for the artist to work
in a different environment in the production of new work.
Vos' paintings resist simple definition and as is nature's wont, they refuse to be contained.
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