FR Project Space

RAQUEL:

The Frank-Ratchye Project Space presents SAGRADO by Root Division Studio Artist RAQUEL (she/her).

Lonnie Taylor: A Practice

The Frank-Ratchye Project Space presents A Practice of Rest and Release by Studio Artist Lonnie Taylor (she/they).

Aik Brown: Layered Life

The Frank Ratchye Project Space presents Layered Life by Root Division Studio Artist Aik Brown. The artworks in Layered Life are intuitively created using acrylic paint in an abstract graffiti style. The artist joyfully composes colorful botanical scenes, exploring with color and spray paint to create movement, layers, and texture. 

20-Year: Current Studio Artist Showcase

On view in the Frank-Ratchye Project Space as part of Root Division’s 20-Year Anniversary Celebration, will be works by our current Studio Artist cohort, offering a window into the diversity of media and practices happening onsite.

Viviana Carlos: Otro modo de ser

The Frank Ratchye Project Space presents Otro modo de ser by Root Division Studio Artist Viviana Carlos. This multi-media installation serves as a reflection and reminder to rest. Carlos invites viewers to bask in the stillness of nature among the backdrop of the bustling city of San Francisco.

Nathalie O’Brien: Love Lives Here

The Frank Ratchye Project Space presents Love Lives Here by Root Division Studio Artist Nathalie O’Brien. O’Brien’s current body of work features the relationship between every-day possession and forms of platonic and self-love.

Rebeca Flores: Purple Manguera

The Frank Ratchye Project Space presents Purple Manguera by Root Division studio artist Rebeca Flores. In this mixed media installation, Flores has created a hand-made larger than life water hose that playfully ruminates on the possibilities wrought by easy access to water.

Laura Sanford: Creature Feast: Table for One

Join us for Creature Feast: Table for One by Root Division studio artist Laura Sanford. In this mixed media installation, Sanford depicts different animals and organs to create a metaphorical self-portrait.

Rachel Dean: Recent Works

Rachel Dean’s new exhibition features textile pieces, born out of working from home and show the artist’s interest in playing with ready-made materials and hand-made forms. Join us this November in the FRPS to see the show!

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