3245 Sixteenth St. at Guerrero
San Francisco, California 94103

This fall, Creativity Explored, San Francisco's premiere gallery of artwork by artists with developmental disabilities, will be rocking the Mission District with a lollapalooza of an exhibition entitled "The Beat Goes On" that pays tribute to music and some of its most famous idols.

From a watercolor of Led Zepplin by Walter Kresnik to a detailed sketch of a souvenir Elvis ID from Graceland by Jimmy Miles to a ukelele covered with the names of pop stars in the distinct handwriting of John Patrick McKenzie, portraits of the legends of contemporary music are a major feature of the exhibition. Other work includes several bold, multi-colored and almost cubist guitar sculptures by Vincent Jackson and a series of Dr. Seuss-like horns painted on wood by Melody Lima.

Opening Reception: Thursday, October 5, 2006 from 7 to 9 p.m.

Exhibit Dates & Times: October 5-November 22, 2006, Monday through Friday 10 a.m. to 3 p.m., Saturday 1 to 6 p.m.

Official Website: http://www.creativityexplored.org

Added by suemking on September 28, 2006

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