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Artist in San Francisco,California

Posted last September 5, 2015, 9:58 am in Entertainment report article

An artist is a person engaged in one or more of any of a broad spectrum of activities related to creating art, practicing the arts, and/or demonstrating an art. The common usage in both everyday speech and academic discourse is a practitioner in the visual arts only.


SFMOMA Artists Gallery
Headlands Center For the Arts
Academy of Art University - School of Industrial Design
Varnish Fine Art
San Francisco Art Institute
City Art Gallery
FLAX art and design
Art Primo San Francisco
Hunters Point Art Studios
The Art Institute of California - San Francisco
Performing Arts Workshop
Artists Alley
Fine Arts Museums of San Francisco: Facility Rentals
San Francisco Women Artists Gallery
SOMArts Cultural Center
Blick Art Materials
Scott Richards Contemporary Art
Hang Art
Toomey Tourell Fine Arts
Youth Art Exchange
Hanson Gallery Fine Art
Creativity Explored
Legion of Honor
de Young Museum
Growing Up
Precita Eyes Muralists
artMRKT San Francisco
Chloe Gallery
Wattis Institute
Heron Arts
Eden Fine Art
ARCH Art and Drafting Supply
Asian Arts Center
Artworks Fine Art Studio
International Art Museum of America
Contemporary Jewish Museum
California College of the Arts
Cartoon Art Museum
GetArtUp Inc
K Imperial Fine Art
Intersection for the Arts
San Francisco Art Institute-Graduate Studios
Hotel Des Arts
California College of the Arts
James Willis Tribal Art
Nieto Fine Art
Encantada Gallery of Fine Art
Spoke Art
Douglas & Sturgess
Sharon Art Studio
de Young Museum Store
STUDIO Gallery
San Francisco Art Exchange
Art Explosion
Dennis Rae Fine Art Inc
Jean Henry School of Art

A person may be exceptionally good at something, so much so that he may be called "a culinary artist," or "a musical artist," or "a con artist." This implies that he transcends the ordinary, and does something creative in his trade, so much so that by the standards of cooks, or con men, he is an "artist." But it would be misleading for that person to say, "I am an artist," when asked what he does for a living. Far better to say "I am a cook," and leave it to others to call you an artist.