A presence in the San Francisco arts community for over a century, San Francisco Women Artists organization remains firmly committed to promoting equality for all.
SFWA Gallery is now open and we welcome our community to visit, enjoy, and collect our beautiful artworks, jewelry, and fine crafts.
Hours: Tuesday – Saturday, 10:30 – 5:30
Please help us maintain a safe and welcoming environment for guests and staff:
*Face coverings required
*6’ social distancing
*Use hand sanitizer upon entering
*Cashless transactions only
*We cannot accept returns or exchanges
SFWA Thanks You
Our thoughts and concerns are extended to all people during this global pandemic.
Arts organizations are severely threatened due to the loss of revenue, many will not survive. To ensure the continued viability of SFWA, your support is critical at this time. Your tax-deductible donation will make a crucial difference to our survival.
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Images shown, clockwise from left: Tanya Herrera, Melody Serra, Abel Manalo
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Visit our new, exclusively online, show here: LINK
Image: Clockwise from top left: Catherine Merrill, Lois Donaghey, Melissa Stephens
Become a Member of the SFWA Community
San Francisco Women Artists, a historic nonprofit arts organization, continues to support and promote the talents of Bay Area artists, provides exhibition opportunities and offers an inviting space for the community to experience art. SFWA welcomes all Bay Area artists and remains firmly committed to promoting equity in the arts for all people.
The SFWA Gallery, located in the City’s vibrant Inner Sunset, features contemporary art, hand-crafted jewelry, ceramics and glass art.
Your membership in SFWA brings you into its active and supportive art community, exhibits your work in monthly themed shows showcasing juried art, holds various events for networking, and also offers affordable wall space rental for individual shows of multiple works. Your membership also affords you the opportunity to volunteer, gaining experience and knowledge in gallery operations, a variety of contemporary art mediums, and art sales techniques.
Scholarships are available to art students and Bay Area artists.
New Membership Applications are invited.
DECEMBER ‘GIFT OF ART‘ ~ SUBMISSION DEADLINE: OCTOBER 31 San Francisco Women Artists (SFWA) welcomes Bay Area artists of all genders to submit work for this juried exhibition. The theme for this show is GIFT OF ART – “Imagine your artwork as a gift”. Both 2D & 3D/mixed media works are welcomed for submission to…
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Our world has been challenged and how we meet that challenge will shape our future. SFWA wishes to express our deepest gratitude to all those who are helping to ensure that our historic San Francisco Women Artists survives. What is meant when we refer to San Francisco Women Artists being “Historic”? Here are just…
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Dear Friends of SFWA, The global pandemic is challenging us all in ways not even imagined. With a potential shortfall of over $100,000 this year due to lost revenue from gallery programs, sales of SFWA works, and the cancellation of our major Summer Art Gala benefit at the Salesforce Tower, San Francisco Women Artists…
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SFWA & ArtSpan Artists present eight exciting exhibits showcasing new works. Images shown here represent: Susan R. Kirshenbaum, Carrie Kahn, Pam Borrelli, Judith Thompson, Barbara Landis, Dan McGarrah, Pamela Pitt, Jacqueline Fried, Cynthia Darling.
Tanya Herrera, Alma de Fuego: Vaca, Hand burned Pyrography and gold leaf on Cow skull,8”x 9”x18” Abel Manalo, Amada Mia (My Beloved), Watercolor, 28×24″ Melody Serra, Indya, Watercolor, 10×10″
The Power of DIY: For myself and many friends, SFWA has been a consistent, welcoming and supporting artistic community for us as local artists over decades. A gallery where we can exhibit and engage the public while we sell our artwork, establish meaningful friendships, and be competitive- taking us out of the isolation of our…
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