Art Scene Roundup: SF’s Best Exhibits this Month


April showers might bring May flowers, but there’s no reason to wait an entire month to bring San Francisco beauty into your life. Here are three San Francisco art exhibits running this month guaranteed to brighten your day.

Head to SF’s Contemporary Jewish Museum for its latest exhibition “Do Not Destroy: Trees, Art, and Jewish Thought” for some thought provoking works brought to you by some amazing artists and Mother Nature. Above, YlanH2 by Tobi Kahn.

Alef of Life by Yves Behar

Exploring the region’s longstanding commitment to equality, “All of Us or None: Social Justice Posters of San Francisco Bay Area” at Oakland Museum of California reminds viewers of the transformative power of art.

(Posters above courtesy of the Oakland Museum of California)

Finally, head to SF’s Union Square for a debut of new work’s by Sharon Booma at Caldwell Snyder Gallery. Her collection of mixed media pieces are greatly influenced by Henri Matisse and the French Fauve Movement. 

Connotations by Sharon Booma

Don’t Be Afraid It’s Only Me by Sharon Booma

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