Above: Miya Ando, Gold Moon Mandala, 2016, 23k Gold, Pigment, Dye, Urethane, Resin, Stainless Steel, 48″


Summer solstice is here and, while others frolic, feast, and celebrate with myriad rituals, we make an offering of art. Our current show is a cosmos of talent.

Observe Joe Brubaker’s Dark Moon works from his latest sculptural phase. David Becker, a newcomer to the gallery, dominates our space with his stellar Black Daisy painting. Diane Tate DallasKidd offers up a fiber piece in bonfire red, and Robert Charles Dunahay’s geometric abstractions glitter like the night sky. Miya Ando’s super moon glows golden whether near or far, while her bodhi leaf meditation mandalas embody the universe with their geometric forms. Sculptor David Kimball Anderson likewise brings flora into our world with his painted steel still life replete with planets–or whatever you wish to see or believe.

Visit Sloan Miyasato in San Francisco to view these works, and 150 more by other artists. With this constellation of fine art, curated by Michelle Bello, the sky’s the limit.



Sloan Miyasato Fine Art Installation View


Diane Tate DallasKidd, Untitled (Red, No.1), 2018
Acrylic Paint on Hand-Knotted Linen Threads, Brass, 44 x 9 Inches


David Becker, Black Daisy 1, 2015, (Installation View) Acrylic Paint on Canvas, 86 x 86 Inches


David Kimball Anderson, Summer Astronomy, 2018, Bronze, Steel, Paint, 33 x 13 x 12 Inches


Joe Brubaker, Dark Moon 3, 2017, Cedar, Black Paint, Rubbed Graphite, 20 x 16 x 3 Inches


Robert Charles Dunahay, On Leisurely Drive, 2017, (Installation View)
Mixed Media on Canvas, 64 x 64 Inches


Miya Ando, Grey Black White Meditation Mandala, 2018, Dyed, Bodhi (Ficus Religiosa) Skeleton Leaves, Monofilament, Archival Ragboard, 62 x 62 x 2 Inches (Framed)


Miya Ando, Red Orange Mandala, Violet Mandala, Murasaki Meditation Mandala, 2015, Dyed Bodhi (Ficus Religiosa) Skeleton Leaves, Monofilament, and Archival Ragboard, 41 x 41 x 2 Inches Each