Friendly Neighbors Get Down

The Honey Hive Gallery was honored to host Marcus and David’s great neighborly get down! Marcus and Avi spun some excellent beats at one of the best SF concerts after a wonderful smorgasbord of other performances. The decorations were out of this world. Thanks David. Hopefully we’ll have some more DJ discos at The Hive again soon.

Lords of Sealand

It took about an hour just to clean up after Friday’s first live music event. Beer cans were everywhere! Making the gallery presentable again was time well spent. A messy venue only means people were having fun. It was great to see all the drinking and dancing. A special thanks goes out to Lords of Sealand for honoring people with their first big show and for the FREE beer. The music sounded great and peoples dance moves were jammin. Hopefully we’ll be making a big mess again at the spoken word open mic on The 20th.

Opening 2 | Season 1

Friday was such a good way to keep warm. There’s no better way to fight the rain and cold than packing a room full of beautiful art and people with our warm regards to neighbors and their talents. It’s an honor to both the gallerist and the artists to see the art community and people from across The Bay Area join just to enjoy the beautiful works of art at The Honey Hive Gallery. A special thanks goes out to all those who came out on that cold evening to grace everyone with their presence.

If you missed the party on Friday and you find yourself in The Outer Sunset during the weekend, stop into our warm gallery and see the works. The show will be up through December 29th. Katie Steward is showing her massive canvases of colorful oil, Cayla Harris is flying around her “mobile homes”, Jacob Feldman is taking over with his science fiction creatures, Tony Papesh is making everyone laugh with his brightly colored comics, and Summer Solstiz is buzzing around with great 4″ x 4″ canvas paintings. Join the artists in their colorful world that they have created just for you!

Spoken Word Open Mic 2

It was great to see everyone who came to the second spoken word event at The Honey Hive Gallery. It’s great to see people doing and enjoying what they love. It’s a heart-warming pleasure to witness artists creating and performing art to a crowd of people who really enjoy absorbing that sort of creativity. It’s wonderful to see the community congregate in The Hive and share their creativity and compassion with each other. It’s been a lot of hard work putting together a gallery and keeping it alive so that people can share and use it for art. Hopefully folks can make a donation by coming to the events, buying work, throwing stuff in the tip jar, etc., but more importantly residents should take away a positive feeling when they leave the gallery and share it with the neighborhood. It’s important to remember that the gallery is for the people to share and absorb creativity and hopefully we’ll see them all again soon.