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Featured Artist: Wendy Ackrell

Featured Artist: Wendy Ackrell

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Wendy is a painter, fiber artist and writer who has lived in San Francisco for over 20 years. Her passion is exploring abstraction in various visual arts in concert with the power of language.

Now showing at our Market Street dispensary: Women’s Work by Wendy Ackrell. These pieces will be up until December 4th so make sure to stop by!


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Adios Tamale! by Danyol Leon

Adios Tamale! by Danyol Leon

Danyol Leon is a San Francisco-based, multidisciplinary, Latinx artist that has been active in the Bay Area arts community for over 16 years. He has hosted over 30 solo exhibitions at venues like SF AIDS Foundation’s Strut, The W Hotel, San Francisco, Counterpulse and Nickelodeon Studios; and has participated in extensive group shows at venues like SOMArts Cultural Center, 111 Minna, and The Center for Sex and Culture.

Featured Artist: Barbara Pollak-Lewis

Her current work explores difficult emotions, such as pain and sadness. She uses a muted palette with a vibrant background for maximum impact. Ms. Pollak-Lewis’ current cody of work explores the concepts of RAGE in response to our shared human experience during this time.

Featured Artist: Joe Ziegler

Featured Artist: Joe Ziegler

Come check out our featured artist, Joe Ziegler, during the Castro Art Walk May 2nd from 6-8PM at our Market Street location.

Featured Artist This Month: Danyol Leon

Featured Artist This Month: Danyol Leon

“Now showing in our Castro Dispensary Gallery: Pocho by Danyol Leon. Danyol, who is both an artist and one of our Patient Consultants, creates works of art inspired by his Latinx heritage ‘utilizing Mexican foods as canvases - a visceral attempt to reconnect with the ways of my family. All food items were purchased at local, Latinx owned grocery stores in the Mission.’”

Featured Artist This Month: Joe Ziegler

Featured Artist This Month: Joe Ziegler

For Black History Month we are exhibiting artist, Joe Ziegler, who emphasizes the cultural and historic importance of black contributors, with intent to encourage further research and engage respectful dialogue regarding our culture’s collective history through their art. We will be displaying these works on the walls of our Marina dispensary from Feb 1st to March 28th.