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Tuesday, May 23, 2023 - 5:00 pm to 9:00 pm | Cost: FREE
111 Minna Gallery | 111 Minna St., San Francisco, CA

Event Details

111 Minna Gallery is excited to invite you to our latest art event Sketch Tuesday in conjunction with our Bay Area 5 show on Tuesday May 23rd from 5-9! With dozens of artists including our current exhibiting artists: Max Ehrman (Eon 75), Seibot, Nicole Hayden, Josh Thurman, and Messy Beck.

Sketch Tuesday is part of an ongoing tradition at 111 Minna Gallery for over a decade. Originally founded by Sasha Eckes, then carried on by Brad K Alder for 12 years until Covid created a short hiatus..

The idea of Sketch Tuesday is to bring together artists of various media and career levels under one roof to create work for sale in front of a live audience. Typically – all sales go directly to the artists themselves – but in this case, all participating artists have come together to support prolific artist and muralist Amanda Lynn who is recovering from a recent injury. This event allows the public to become more familiar with individual artists and artists to become more familiar with other artists – thus opening up networks and intimate art sales at affordable prices. Featuring: Amanda Lynn Ian Ross Jet Martinez D Young V Fleetwood SF Henry Lewis Brett Amory Micah Lebrun David Choong Lee Steel MSK Chad Hasegawa Optimist Williams John Casey John Vochatzer Emily Fromm Lillian Shanahan James Perry Seibot Messy Beck Josh Thurman Nicole Andrijauskas Rob “Pengoo” Casanovas Nora Bruhn Ralph C. Browne Nico Cathart Chris Farris Misia Farris Nolan Yelonek Ben Ahn Chris Stokes Lady Henze AND MORE!

Join the artists and the 111 Minna staff again for this artist-centric event!



Event Info:

What: 111 Minna SKETCH TUESDAY – ‘THE BAY AREA 5’ – Amanda Lynn Benefit

Music by DJ David Choong Lee

When: Sketch Tuesday from 5/23/23 5-9PM Current Exhibition Info:

  • Bay Area 5 Show – Open By Appointment Saturday 4/22/23 – 7/06/23 – reach out to:dyoungv@111minnagallery.com

  • Closing Party Thursday 6/29/23

  • Art Coming Down Thursday 7/06/23

Where: 111 Minna Gallery at 111 Minna St, San Francisco, CA 94105


111 Minna Gallery is pleased to present their latest project, ‘The Bay Area 5’ featuring the works of five renowned and highly prolific Bay Area artists.


Opening on April 20th 2023, the Bay Area 5 will feature the works of Max Ehrman (Eon 75), Seibot, Nicole Hayden, Josh Thurman, and Messy Beck. All five of these artists have been active in the Bay Area throughout the last decade (and longer) creating murals throughout the streets of San Francisco, the greater Bay Area and abroad. Ranging from backgrounds starting in graffiti, street art, illustration, architecture and fine art; all of these artists have come to make a name for themselves in the Bay with full building-size murals, expansive street art projects, dozens of community-driven storefront murals during the pandemic and privately commissioned murals for clients ranging from small businesses in San Francisco to The Googleplex in Mountain View, Ca.


Max Ehrman goes under the moniker ‘Eon 75’ meaning Extermination.Of.Normality and

1975, his birth year. Gaining much of his inspiration from studying architecture in Florida and Germany, Max has painted murals and exhibited work in 10 countries and 3 continents. He has traveled with the ‘Meeting of Styles’ creating large scale works

throughout Europe, Asia and South America.


Seibot (KT Seibert) is an extremely queer, trans non-binary visual artist and muralist based in San Francisco. KT works primarily in acrylic and latex paint, metal leaf, ink, glitter additives, and high gloss finishes. KT is the co-owner of Moth Belly Gallery, located in San Francisco’s Tenderloin.


Nicole Hayden’s work explores a juxtaposition between pattern and figurative realism. She uses imagery from photos and magazines from the 1950s-60s with a vintage color palette to ignite a feeling of nostalgia. She intuitively marries this imagery underneath a colorful patterned foreground with the intention of creating a new open ended story for the viewer to interpret.


Josh Thurman’s new works explore the combination of making 2D pieces look 3D, and 3D pieces look 2D. His process of layering wood of different thicknesses provides a unique viewing experience from different angles making his oil paintings look 3D and lifelike. His work explores subjects ranging from cultural iconography to various pop culture based fan art all the way to original characters of his own creation.

Messy Beck is a painter, illustrator and muralist. Her work showcases narratives that

explore themes of identity, mental health and human connection. The contrast between

her inviting color palettes and uniquely peculiar figures yield paintings that are

constantly navigating a fine line between celebratory and disturbing.


Featuring art by:


Max Ehrman (Eon 75) – @maxehrman

Seibot – @seibot

Nicole Hayden – @nicolehaydenart

Josh Thurman – @thurmanart

Messy Beck – @messybeck

About 111 Minna Gallery

Over its 28 years, 111 Minna Gallery has been recognized as: Winner: Best Art Gallery (2019 & 2018/SF Weekly), Winner of the Small Business of the Year Award (2018/SF Chamber of Commerce), and Winner of the 2018 Small Business of The Year Award at The Ebbies. 111 Minna continues to be a mainstay for art and culture in the bay area. After recent renovations, 111 Minna gallery is looking more beautiful than ever and we look forward to coming back after Covid. 111 Minna Gallery would like to thank all of its followers, supporters, and fans. You are all family to us and we are excited to bring you a solid lineup as we regather together at a San Francisco staple of community art and culture.

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Disclaimer: Please double check event information with the event organizer as events can be canceled, details can change after they are added to our calendar, and errors do occur.

Cost: FREE
Categories: Art & Museums, In Person
Address: 111 Minna St., San Francisco, CA