Wear Your Voice Magazine

LP Makes you say,

Wear Your Voice Magazine, which launched February 1st, published an article featuring the boys of Chopsticks Urban Art Space and I at our “Defamation of Characters” art show this month at Lower Branch Gallery in San Francisco. This article gives you a small glimpse of the amazing 101 works-of-art on the walls of Lower Branch, as well as a small snippet from me about my artwork. Bling!

This show runs through Tuesday February 11, 2014 and can be viewed through appointment only. Please email masterpsalazar@gmail.com for more information. Much love to Paolo and JC for an amazing opening night at their gallery and Ravneet, from WYV Mag, for putting Chopsticks in the limelight with this article.

Lisa Pisa Art Work

Visions and Reflections

Gauntlet Gallery SF

I am excited to be apart of this amazing show currently showing in San Francisco, CA. “Visions and Reflections” at Gauntlet Gallery features work from 50 of the best Bay Area artists who created 12″x12″ pieces inspired by the exhibition’s title. “Modern Man’s Hustle” is my “reflection” on our willful embrace of a system that rewards our worst traits as human beings and continues to force feed our desire for unnecessary crap.

“Visions and Reflections” runs from April 13th-May 18th 2013. Check the Gauntlet Gallery for more information, event pics, and gallery hours.

"Modern Mans Hustle" 12x12" mixed media on wood panel

Lower Branch Grand Opening

This Saturday, Decemeber 15th, come out and support my family at Lower Branch in the city. The Grand Opening Art Show will feature new works by yours truly along side an ILL line up of sick artists! Big ups to JC and Paolo for working so hard to house a space for creativity and ♥ in the Tenderoni!

Jumping the Gun

I am looking forward to the Escif Valencia show at Fifty24SFGallery in June 2011. I know I am jumping the gun on this one, but his style and artistic statements tickles me fancy with inspiration. Although I’ve never been to this gallery before, anyone down to grab a drink and check it out opening night? Holler.