@SFOMuseum Instagram Posts tagged #publicart This is SFO Museum's archive of the @SFOMuseum Instagram account. There are 134 posts and this is page 3 of 12.

James Chronister approached making “California (1)” by first hiking in the Bodega Bay area of Northern California and taking hundreds of color photos of the terrain. This image was posted on October 06, 2020. #publicart #painting #museumfromhome
James Chronister approached making “California (1)” by first hiking in the Bodega Bay area of Northern California and taking hundreds of color photos of the terrain. This image was posted on October 06, 2020. #publicart #painting #museumfromhome
James Chronister approached making “California (1)” by first hiking in the Bodega Bay area of Northern California and taking hundreds of color photos of the terrain. This image was posted on October 06, 2020. #publicart #painting #museumfromhome
“Time, Turn, and Light” by #WoodyDeOthello depicts ambiguous sets of hands interacting with everyday objects such as clocks, a flashlight, a candle, and a doorknob. This image was posted on September 22, 2020. #museumfromhome #publicart #sculpture #surrealism
“Time, Turn, and Light” by #WoodyDeOthello depicts ambiguous sets of hands interacting with everyday objects such as clocks, a flashlight, a candle, and a doorknob. This image was posted on September 22, 2020. #museumfromhome #publicart #sculpture #surrealism
“Time, Turn, and Light” by #WoodyDeOthello depicts ambiguous sets of hands interacting with everyday objects such as clocks, a flashlight, a candle, and a doorknob. This image was posted on September 22, 2020. #museumfromhome #publicart #sculpture #surrealism
“Time, Turn, and Light” by #WoodyDeOthello depicts ambiguous sets of hands interacting with everyday objects such as clocks, a flashlight, a candle, and a doorknob. This image was posted on September 22, 2020. #museumfromhome #publicart #sculpture #surrealism
This vibrant sculptural collage, featuring a star form constructed from a bent I-beam, a cast aluminum redwood branch and fluorescent lights, establishes a strong focal point for passengers as they traverse the corridor. This image was posted on September 01, 2020. #museumfromhome #publicart
From 1997 to 2002, Richard Misrach photographed the Golden Gate Bridge from the front porch of his house in the Berkeley Hills. This image was posted on August 19, 2020. #sfac #goldengatebridge #berkeley #publicart
From 1997 to 2002, Richard Misrach photographed the Golden Gate Bridge from the front porch of his house in the Berkeley Hills. This image was posted on August 19, 2020. #sfac #goldengatebridge #berkeley #publicart
From 1997 to 2002, Richard Misrach photographed the Golden Gate Bridge from the front porch of his house in the Berkeley Hills. This image was posted on August 19, 2020. #sfac #goldengatebridge #berkeley #publicart
From 1997 to 2002, Richard Misrach photographed the Golden Gate Bridge from the front porch of his house in the Berkeley Hills. This image was posted on August 19, 2020. #sfac #goldengatebridge #berkeley #publicart