A Plethora of Enchanted DelightsDecember 8, 2012 - January 14, 2013



It Will Never Be The Same
by Erik Otto


Opening Saturday, December 8, 7-10PM is A Plethora of Enchanted Delights, the final exhibition at fabric8 under its current moniker. It is a holiday group show featuring works by eight artists: Erik Otto, Jenn Porreca, Jet Martinez, Kelly Ording, Monty Guy, Reuben Rude, Romanowski, and Ursula X Young.

The opening reception coincides with their annual holiday party and also marks the completion of their latest parklet installation by Ursula X Young, for which they successfully completed a Kickstarter campaign.

Erik Otto has been working professionally in the arts for over 10 years. With a passion for creative exploration, he balances his time between painting and design, blending multiple influences into one distinct style.

Jenn Porreca paints a delicate world of intricately layered folklore influenced by the repetitive religious iconography of her childhood, European silhouette and folklore art of the early 1900s, literature, street art, and macabre films.

Jet Martinez is a Mexican-born, San Francisco-based muralist, painter, and die-hard believer in the power of art as a means to creating a better world.

Kelly Ording's delicately ethereal paintings blend organic shapes with deliberately exact lines, expanding into abstracted landscapes that evoke a hazy sense of nostalgia and narrative.

Monty Guy is a San Francisco-based painter of urban characters and landscapes who is constantly compelled to create, seeing beauty and inspiration in everything.

Reuben Rude utilizes his expertise in drawing, painting, and digital illustration in both the creative and commercial worlds, having shown in galleries, comic books, and magazines throughout the world.

Romanowski is a Swiss-born, self-taught artist whose work includes top-notch spray stencil pieces and found object assemblages that are coveted by music and design aficionados around the world.

Ursula X Young is a painter, illustrator, and graphic designer whose urban fairy tale images have become a trademark of street culture in San Francisco and beyond.

A Plethora Of Enchanted Delights was on exhibit from December 8, 2011 through January 14, 2012 at fabric8, 3318 22nd Street near Valencia in San Francisco.