About Artist: Art Hazelwood artist, impresario and instigator lives in San Francisco. He tries to integrate being an artist with curating and political activism. He was born in 1961 in Concord, Massachusetts and studied art at the University of California, Santa Cruz. After graduating in 1983 he spent ten years traveling and living in several places. He first lived in Seattle where he worked as a leaf raker, and carpenter’s assistant before traveling for a year in Asia. Returning to the US he traveled around the country, living in New York and working as a janitor for a time before ending up in Santa Fe. In 1989 he left again and moved to Tokyo where he taught English. After more travels in Asia he ended up in Vienna until 1993 when he moved to San Francisco. In San Francisco Hazelwood worked with several arts organizations including the California Society of Printmakers. He became assistant to the artist William Wolff, organizing and promoting Wolff’s artwork. Hazelwood also assisted several other artists and artists’ estates, by organizing retrospectives, cataloging the artist’s body of work and aiding in the sale and promotion of the artwork. Artists include, Richard Correll, Frank Rowe, Daniel Robeski, Patricia C. Brandes, Casper Banjo, and Roy Ragle. He has organized more than 20 group exhibitions and curated shows for individual artists including retrospectives of several artists.
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