The official count of homeless in San Francisco in 2013 was 6,436. Now, according to Curbed it is estimated to be 9,500. Karl Robillard, St. Anthony's senior manager of communications, says "The dining room line is a social barometer...you will know what part of the social and economic safety net is missing by standing outside that line." Today people young and old and of all ethnicities stand in that line. For a closer look at some of these people read Inside San Francisco's Housing Crisis.
Each San Francisco neighborhood has its own distinct demographic. But everyone can be found on the Willy Mays Plaza at the ball park. Dede Tisone 2019
Drawings in gallery of Friend's School in San Francisco's Mission through the month of March.
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Today I went to the grocery store and inside in front of the UPS store I saw this. I am sure this is everything this person owns and now he is out on the street in the rain and I am warm and dry.
SF Chronicle article about these drawings
The Studio Gallery 2019
May 2nd to May 27 2019
"Tiny and Huge"
Studio Gallery 2018
Nov and Dec 2018
The Written Word at Studio Gallery 2018
Art inspired by books and writing
August 2nd-27th, 2018
The "TINY" show at Studio Gallery 2016 and 2017
1641 Pacific Avenue, San Francisco, CA 94109
Small pieces under $500 December 2016, 2017 and 2018