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Daylighted Art Exhibit

Park Central San Francisco is thrilled to announce its new art installation, featuring a partnership with the innovative new technology of Daylighted. Daylighted utilizes screens to switch out art pieces with ease, creating elevated room spaces that never grow dull. Using this service, our displayed wall art will rotate between three new artists each month, creating a cutting-edge lobby environment.

This Month

Park Central Hotel SF March Collection

Landscapes and portraits of the imagination

Minimalist journeys mixed with colorful surreal compositions.

See the entire collection: click here

pas de face by davis

Pas de face by David Vanadia

David Vanadia is an artist and illustrator born and based in Marseille, France.

Pas de face by David Vanadia

David Vanadia is an artist and illustrator born and based in Marseille, France.

Through a minimalist style and the use of techniques such as engraving, paper cut and digital, he offers a singular work with strong graphic identity and illustrations that like to make sense.

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nature of stones by kate

The Nature of Stones by Kate Nielsen

Kate Nielsen is inspired by textures found in everyday life and outsider art. She holds a BFA in Illustration from the Rhode Island School of Design and studied Painting and Art History in France and Italy.

The Nature of Stones by Kate Nielsen

Kate Nielsen is inspired by textures found in everyday life and outsider art. She holds a BFA in Illustration from the Rhode Island School of Design and studied Painting and Art History in France and Italy.

Her process involves building up layers of acrylic paint that are then peeled, cut, and reincorporated into a new form. She is interested in human nature, ritual, and memory and makes both narrative based and abstract paintings. Her work often has to do with our collective urge to dominate the natural world and recognizing Nature as a feral presence. A recent series of paintings or paint peelings contain a seemingly endless number of minuscule carved forms that have been said to look like God’s Eyes, resulting from the excavation of paint. They are meditations on the buildup of layers, harnessing complexity, and finding simplicity within chaos. In the final outcome of the paintings, the concentric layers of acrylic present a small-bore view of the passage of time.

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rainbow trash panda by jun

Rainbow trash Panda by Jun Yang

Jun Yang, born and raised in Seoul, South Korea, has made San Francisco his home for the past 10 years.

Rainbow trash Panda by Jun Yang

Jun Yang, born and raised in Seoul, South Korea, has made San Francisco his home for the past 10 years.

The City inspires Jun and his art with its cultural diversity, celebrated urban landscape, natural beauty as well as the socially inclusive culture which provides support and protection for an artist. Jun is a self taught, multifaceted and resourceful artist who uses a broad range of techniques and materials creating art pieces in a variety of sizes and locations, from intimate canvases to full scale murals. Jun has shown his work in numerous national and international exhibitions in San Francisco, as well as Graz, Austria and Seoul, Korea. Jun’s work seeks to evoke emotions through his use of space and colors. Jun’s art speaks to viewers across cultures and continents in a unique way, transcending the need for common language. Each piece is incomplete until the viewers contribute their own contexts to the artistic conversation.

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