Tuesday, September 21, 2010

Music & Images: Amelia Hyde, gallerist & Jamie Clark, musician create a happy hour occasion.

Art and live music—culture, relaxation and a stirring of your senses. This Friday, Sept. 24th, Amelia Hyde Gallery and musician Jamie Clark will share the energy, power and creativity offered through works featured by Amelia Hyde Gallery backed by music performed by Jamie Clark and his band. It all takes place at Harlot in San Francisco, 5-9 pm, with a happy hour cocktail party for a great crowd of art lovers and music connoisseurs.

Amelia Hyde Gallery will be exhibiting a sneak preview via virtual slide show of Matthew Olyphant’s upcoming show: Cities + Celebration and assorted pieces from the show Urban Collective 14 Show (hanging through Sept 26th) such as works from sculptor/conceptual artist Philip Lawson , Painters Amos Miller, Senay Chandler.
Tony Pett & Chrissy Angliker.

Jamie Clark is a singer/song writer whose roots are in the Bay Area. “I’m really looking forward to combining my music with work created by several of Amelia Hyde’s artists currently showing in her gallery,” Clark said. “I lived for many years in San Francisco, so I’m thrilled to be coming back after recording recently in Nashville, Tennessee. It’s a homecoming in a way!” His latest CD is entitled The Country Q Sessions and his music has been compared to legendary icons like Elvis Presley and Roy Orbison and a fresh slant on Michael Buble as well. Jamie and his band will be playing 2 sets on Friday night, to get the room rocking while art fans get an eyeful of art from some truly desirable established & emerging artists. Philip Lawson will be in attendance; works on display will be available for purchase.

Make it a part of your evening this Friday Sept. 24th from 5-9 pm at Harlot. Kick off your weekend with art and music.

Harlot Nightclub: 46 Minna Street, San Francisco (415) 777-1077

Amelia Hyde Gallery: 521 6th Street in the loft, San Francisco (415) 990-2043

Top photo: Artist Philip Lawson standing beside his Icons collection at the Amelia Hyde Gallery.

Middle photo: Painter Chrissy Angliker

Bottom photo: The Amelia Hyde Gallery

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