An Animated Exhibit
“Deja View: The Art of Andreas Deja,” on view at the Walt Disney Family Museum through Oct. 4, celebrates the character animator. The exhibit features original works on paper and maquettes of Deja’s best-known characters, which include Scar from “The Lion
111 MINNA GALLERY This hip arts space on an alley just two blocks south of Market Street doubles as a bar and club and features work in all media by emerging and alternative artistic talent. 111 Minna St., 415.974.1719.
Celebrating 20 years in San Francisco, ArtHaus specializes in contemporary works (paintings, sculpture, works on paper and photography) by established and mid- career Bay Area and New York artists. This SoMa gallery shows a broad, museum- quality sampling of subject matter, media and styles. Tu- F 11 am- 6 pm, Sa noon-5 pm. 411 Brannan St., 415.977.0223.
CALDWELL SNYDER GALLERY
Caldwell Snyder is a leading contemporary art gallery representing many of the most significant international painters and sculptors of the 21st century. It has consistently been a vital force in the art world by introducing many renowned artists to the Bay Area for the first time. 341 Sutter St., 415.392.2299; 1328 Main St., St. Helena, 707.200.5050.
Associated with the Bay Area’s rich poet-artist scene for more than 45 years, this Financial District gallery housed in the small, brick bohemian- era Canessa Building has presented works by more than 600 new and established sculptors, painters, photographers and performance and literary artists, including Chico MacMurtrue and Trudy Myrrh Reagan. W 12-3 and by appointment. 708 Montgomery St., 415.296.9029.
CATHARINE CLARK GALLERY
This gallery specializes in contemporary painting and new media installation art by emerging artists, often with social and political themes. 248 Utah St., 415.399.1439.
CHRISTOPHER- CLARK FINE ART
This premier San Francisco gallery features paintings, drawings and original prints by European masters. Find engravings and etchings by Dürer and Rembrandt; French Barbizon paintings; Impressionist works by Pissarro, Renoir, Manet and Cassatt; and art of la belle epoque from ToulouseLautrec, Cheret and Tissot. Twentieth century masters Picasso, Matisse, Chagall and Dali are also represented, as well as Post-War American artists including Stella, Motherwell, Frankenthaler and Lichtenstein. Open daily. 377 Geary St., 415.397.7781.
This new and beautifully renovated gallery space is home to a collection of original paintings by noteworthy American and European contemporary artists. In addition to mounting exhibitions, the gallery works closely with new and experienced collectors, locating works of art and assisting designers and clients to find the perfect pieces. 357 Geary St., 415.397.0114.
Artists with developmental disabilities create art for sale and exhibition here. The gallery offers remarkable art at surprisingly affordable prices and hosts exhibitions on a variety of engaging themes. 3245 16th St., 415.863.2108.
DOLBY CHADWICK GALLERY
Represents international emerging and mid- career artists who specialize in oil painting, drawing, printmaking, sculpture and photography. A recurring theme is optical effects that explore and redefine visual perception. Closed Su, M. 210 Post St., Ste. 205, 415.956.3560.
Founded in 1979, this worldclass gallery at 49 Geary focuses on photography, with rotating shows of various genres that span the medium’s beginnings to new works. Closed Su, M. 49 Geary St., 4th fl., 415.981.2661.
Celebrating more than 20 years in its location, this family- owned gallery exhibits original paintings, prints and sculptures. It features more than 20 international and local artists, including Boulanger and Olbinski, whose unique works inspire imagination and evoke emotion. 444 Post St., 415.434.4477.
GALLERY WENDI NORRIS
This bold and modern 5,100 square-foot gallery in SoMa is known for its surrealist network. It hosts exhibitions that are emblematic of its transcultural nature and works to integrate its contemporary artists into the global community of art professionals, institutions and collectors. 161 Jessie St., 415.346.7812.
This gallery presents rare works from the 1950s and 1960s by important American, European and Asian artists. The gallery focuses on historical movements that took place in the mid-20th century including American Modern, Post-War Abstract Expressionism and California/