A Personal Open Invitation from Fine Artist and
Former Capuchino Art Teacher, Stanley Grosse:
If you haven’t been contacted already, here is some
information on my One-Man Show that I’m having at
the brand new “Paige Gallery,” 828 Brannan Street,
in San Francisco, and you are invited to attend.
Former Capuchino student, Ken Paige (‘62) has
constructed his beautiful new art gallery in the Design Center of San
Francisco. The first-floor gallery is ready now, with completion of the
second floor trendy cocktail lounge, and third-floor upscale restaurant
coming very soon.
The opening date of the show is Thursday evening, October 4, from 5 p.m. to 8 p.m. (There is lots of
parking in the area, especially after 5 p.m.)
I feel so honored by this possibility to show my art.
Two weeks ago I
shipped 27 pieces, some of my best work, to Ken. This he is using to
augment other works that he currently has. Ken Paige is printing a catalog
of the show as well as two mailings. In addition, Ken has taken three of
my pieces to Magnolia Press. Magnolia is a
state-of-the-art, Fine Art print lab that is
noted for printing many internationally
known artists work. They use the latest
digital photography equipment, which
enables them to do gigantic Giclee prints on
canvas or paper. The print team has
enlarged three of my pieces to 96″ X 64″ and
printed them on a high-grade canvas.
Magnolia has also had one of my painting
images woven into a 6-foot tapestry with
the weaving done in Belgium.
So this is quite a thrill to have all this
happening at the same time, along with Bob
Will producing and editing my book, “The Art of Stanley Grosse”. Ken
said he would have a few of those books at the gallery.
I would be honored to have you come to the opening, or see it at a later
date. I am very proud of the show. The exhibition will be up for six weeks,
right up to Thanksgiving. Although the One-Man Show will end, many of my works will still be on view.
Sending Big Mahalo’s,
P.S. If you would like to be on the Paige Gallery mailing list,
you can e-mail your request to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Stanley Grosse, fine artist, now makes his home in Hawaii. You can view his artwork on his web sites: