San Francisco Chronicle (Sunday) - - OBSERVED -

“We re­al­ize we’re a team in life, so we treat each other’s suc­cesses as our own. On the day to day, I also make him good meals to fuel the cre­ative fire.”

— Dar­rin Martin, artist (and hus­band of Jamil Hellu)

“I es­pe­cially liked the fact that many of the sub­jects of the works were present at the open­ing. It was a com­plete fu­sion of art and life.”

— Scott Globus, pho­tog­ra­pher

“I came to see the Natalie Krick show. I didn’t even know there was an­other open­ing here, but I can tell from all the han­dome gay men I’m see­ing that maybe I should be pay­ing at­ten­tion to it.”

— Re­becca Bausher, artist/owner, Pixel Chick Stu­dios “That’s my butt.”

— A.J., dog lover

The vis­ual lan­guage of queer­ness and in­ter­sect­ing com­mu­ni­ties was ev­i­dent in the work and at­ten­dees of artist Jamil Hellu’s show. The artist spoke about his in­tent to have his work re­flect his many col­lab­o­ra­tors.

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