George Lawson Gallery represents a stable of artists who paint or work in disciplines with conceptual ties to painting. In addition the gallery mounts group exhibitions, special projects and guest solos that showcase trends in contemporary painting. Lawson exhibits an international roster of artists, and produces limited edition books for many of their exhibitions. The gallery opened in San Francisco in 2008 at 49 Geary. From 2011 to 2013 they maintained an exhibition space at 8564 Washington Boulevard in Los Angeles along with a satellite space at 780 Sutter in San Francisco before consolidating the current location at 315 Potrero in San Francisco’s new DoReMi arts district.
Alan Ebnother, Alma Chaney, Brandon Shimmel, Clem Crosby, Edith Baumann, Erin Lawlor, Gary Stephan, Jacob Melchi, Jake Berthot, John Meyer, John Millei, Judith Belzer, Justine Frischmann, Laina Terpstra, Marie Thibeault, Masaru Kurose, Michael Voss, Nancy Haynes, Pegan Brooke, Sara Bright, Stephen Beal, Susan Mikula, Tama Hochbaum
Abstract, Abstract Painting, Contemporary, Contemporary Masters, Contemporary Painting, Contemporary Photography, Gestural Abstraction, Painting, Photography, Radical Painting