Figurative Painters: Bay Area and Beyond

Hours: Friday 11-5, Saturday & Sunday 12-5

We’re kicking off the new year with a showcase of works from the Bay Area Figurative Movement. This movement, also known as the Bay Area Figurative School, Bay Area Figurative Art, Bay Area Figuration, was a mid-20th Century art movement made up of a group of artists in the San Francisco Bay Area who abandoned working in the prevailing style of Abstract Expressionism in favor of a return to figuration in painting during the 1950s and onward into the 1960s. Our exhibition features works from artists like Theophilus Brown, James Weeks, Kim Frohsin, Manuel Neri, Paul Wonner, and many more.

Kim Frohsin Painting