Art Gallery, San Francisco, CA

Art Gallery, San Francisco, CA

http://spoke-art.com/

Artwork inspired by Quentin Tarantino’s classic masterpiece, Pulp Fiction.

These stunning paintings and limited edition prints were created exclusively for Spoke Art’s “Quentin vs. Coen” art show, now on view in San Francisco.

Check out the limited edition prints from this show here and the original paintings from this show here.

thepeoplesprintshop:

Some awesome in progress and studio shots from People’s Printshop artist Nicole Gustafsson!

Sneak peek at some new miniature cut wood paintings by Matt Ritche. The artist will have, literally, hundreds of these on view as part of his solo show opening Saturday, August 2nd at Spoke Art

Sneak peek at some new miniature cut wood paintings by Matt Ritche. The artist will have, literally, hundreds of these on view as part of his solo show opening Saturday, August 2nd at Spoke Art

Regram from our sister gallery, Hashimoto Contemporary, located just three doors down from Spoke Art on Sutter Street in San Francisco. Be sure to check out their current exhibit there, “Motion” a solo show by Brooklyn-based artist Erik Jones. Learn more via their website:http://hashimotocontemporary.com/


Regram from our sister gallery, Hashimoto Contemporary, located just three doors down from Spoke Art on Sutter Street in San Francisco. Be sure to check out their current exhibit there, “Motion” a solo show by Brooklyn-based artist Erik Jones. Learn more via their website:http://hashimotocontemporary.com/

Limited edition fine art prints inspired by the Coen Brother’s “Fargo”

Part of our “Quentin vs. Coen” art show, on view at our San Francisco art gallery, July 5th - 26th.

View or purchase these awesome prints (plus tons more) online here:

http://store.spoke-art.com/collections/quentin-vs-coen-prints

All Time Favorite Movies: Fargo (1996) dir. Joel and Ethan Coen

"There’s more to life than a little money, you know. Don’tcha know that? And here ya are, and it’s a beautiful day. Well. I just don’t understand it."