Art Opening: October 1st and 2nd – Noon to 5Plus, Meet the Artists Reception: Saturday October 1st 5pm to 7pm Table Asia Gallery

1101 Lake Street at 12th Avenue, San Francisco CA 94118

 Art Opening: October 1st and 2nd – Noon to 5

Plus, Meet the Artists Reception: Saturday October 1st 5pm to 7pm Table Asia Gallery 

We are proud to present three new artists during the month of October: 

Jeffrey Nemeroff, Sophia Lee, and Meher Kavarana Siegle. We will also have new work by your hosts, Rachel Murray Meyer and Vince Meyer.



Eventbrite – ArtSpan HUB Artist RECEPTION


View From Land’s End

Oil on Canvas

46″ x 36″

Jeffrey Nemeroff:


Last winter Jeff set out to find new avenues for his work as an artist in residence at Kunstnerhuset 

(Artist House) a program of the Northern Norway Art Center. Inspired by the land and sea, he has turned his attention to our own beautiful coast.

The Upside Down

sumi ink & marker watercolor on paper 12 ″x 16″

Sophia Lee: Cycle of Renewal

Extrapolating from her diverse travels, Sophie’s paintings attempt to bridge the space between emotions and nature. In her recent work, Sophie is drawn to the peripherals of her new life in SF. She graduated from ArtCenter College of Design in Pasadena.


Bombay Dreams


9″ x 12″

Meher Kavarana Siegle: Encaustics

A versatile artist originally from Bombay, India and an award-winning professional photographer, Meher has turned her creative talents to the ancient art of painting with wax (“encaustic”). We our honored to be able to show a select collection of this very new work for the first time anywhere.

Can’t make it the opening weekend? The show is available for viewing on these additional dates:

October 22 and 23, noon to 5

October 29 and 30, 11 to 6


Vince and Rachel

Table Asia Galley

1101 Lake Street (at 12th Avenue)

San Francisco CA 94118



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About the Author:

Sophia (sophie) Lee is a world traveler who first studied fashion design at the FIDM, then focused on fine arts at the Art Center College of Design in Pasadena. Upon graduation, she moved to NYC where she spent several years designing book covers for St. Martin’s Press. She spent a few years of traveling & working abroad, including Vienne, France and Taipei. In 2010, she moved to beautiful Portland, OR, and now she lives and paints in San Francisco, CA