The artistry of Alta Plaza

July 2, 1995 § Leave a comment

Dogs Only | Mark Ulriksen

A central part of daily life for many residents of San Francisco’s upper Fillmore neighborhood is Alta Plaza Park. With its many moods and varied views, the park is an oasis of greenery, a respite of natural beauty from its sunny southern terraces to its commanding views of the bay.

To celebrate the many and varied vistas of Alta Plaza Park, the Thomas Reynolds Gallery has invited a number of artists of widely differing styles to crate works of art inspired by the park. The results are on display in “Alta Plaza Park: An Urban Oasis,” which opens July 7 and continues through August 13.

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