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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

Make our planet great again. A conscious collection of contemporary art that inspires us to take care of the Earth.


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JONHOMER

JONHOMER has been creating his own brand of art since 1999. As a practicing architect for over 40 years, his art reflects an architectural background and an appreciation of symmetry. 

JONHOMER

JONHOMER has been creating his own brand of art since 1999. As a practicing architect for over 40 years, his art reflects an architectural background and an appreciation of symmetry. 

He creates distinctly saturated abstract images, striking a graceful balance between the traditional modalities of drawing and painting in a digital format. He can be found in his home-studio daily working on new creations as his style evolves through experimentation and printing on divergent materials.

https://www.daylighted.com/explore/artist/JONHOMER

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Walther G. von Krenner

Walther G. von Krenner was born in Bavaria Germany and received his early education in Munich and private schools in Switzerland.

Walther G. von Krenner

Walther G. von Krenner was born in Bavaria Germany and received his early education in Munich and private schools in Switzerland.

He studied, worked, and exhibited in Switzerland, France, Japan, Thailand, China, Mexico, South America, and the United States. He has a degree in Fine Art Evaluation and his biography is listed in Marquis "Who is Who in America" a distinction limited to five professionals in ten thousand. He has been active in art and painting for over fifty-five years. Over three thousand paintings and calligraphies are in International collections such as Public buildings in Takamori, Japan and the collection of Governor G. Ariyoshi of Hawaii. In 1964 one of his paintings was chosen by the Los Angeles Municipal Art Patrons and Mayor Sam Yorty for the front cover of the Barnsdale Museum catalog. The original is in the collection of the Japanese Ambassador. The Artist has lectured at several Universities, such as the American University, Mauna Olu College in Hawaii, FVCC college in Montana, and many others. While residing in Hawaii he was involved in the creation of the Lahaina Art Society, the Beaux-Arts Ball and Charity auction, and the Red Cross Charity Art auction where he raised over sixty thousand dollars (1977). A donation of his works helped rebuild the historical Jodo Temple in Lahaina which was destroyed by fire. His lifelong interest besides painting is the study and collecting of Asian Art and the martial arts of Japan. He holds an eight-degree black belt in Aikido and a fourth-degree in Judo. He and his wife, a restoration artist, live on a ranch in NW Montana where they raise Arabian Horses, teach and work.

https://www.daylighted.com/explore/artist/vonkrenner

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Javiera Estrada

Multi¬media artist Javiera Estrada was born in Mexico and moved to the United States in 1989. Her training in classical piano, dance and violin, which continues to inspire her aesthetic today, heavily influenced her childhood.

Javiera Estrada

Multi¬media artist Javiera Estrada was born in Mexico and moved to the United States in 1989. Her training in classical piano, dance and violin, which continues to inspire her aesthetic today, heavily influenced her childhood.

She attended Santa Monica College and received her Certificate of Photography in 2009. Estrada’s broad scope of work is a reflection of memories that she has shaped into her reality. A seeker of the spiritual, Estrada believes that every piece of art created is a self¬ portrait, a physical expression of that inner nameless world our soul inhabits. Using photography as her main visual medium, the sound of the camera's click offers her the perfect confluence between the real and the ethereal. A multifarious artist, Estrada’s creative expression encompasses traditional photography alongside mixed media. Her mixed media works are a comment on the natural cycle of life, death and rebirth and reflected through the deconstruction of the image.

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Philippe Jestin

My work is inspired by the human figure and finding ways to create an object visually ambiguous, offering different lectures between the figurative and the abstract, going back and forth, open to the potential of a fluid perception. .

Philippe Jestin

My work is inspired by the human figure and finding ways to create an object visually ambiguous, offering different lectures between the figurative and the abstract, going back and forth, open to the potential of a fluid perception. .

My Initial interest in the representation of the folding of fabric designs over the body led me to create poses of the human figure with stripes and subtracted spaces. Through my craft the resin cast on the panel creates a relief on the surface interacting with the white background where these “positive” and “negative” spaces can be seen as completing and/ or competing with each other, depending on how the translucent reliefs of resin interact with the light and the viewer’s physical and/or emotional stance.

https://www.daylighted.com/explore/artist/philippejestin

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William Brugen

William Brugen is a Seattle based photographer specializing in landscapes, still-life, and travel imagery.

William Brugen

William Brugen is a Seattle based photographer specializing in landscapes, still-life, and travel imagery.

William spent 20 years as a fisheries oceanographer before turning to photography in 2008, when he hit the road with three cameras, one month of free time, and absolutely no concrete plans. The result was his first fine art project, Western Dioramas, a continuing survey of the American West. He’s now pursuing similar open-ended projects, each driven by subject matter and unified by the use of color and strong graphic elements.

https://www.daylighted.com/explore/artist/brugen

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