July 18, 2007 – A.D. Cook and his Artist Fusion™ and Metal Fusion™ appeared at the Wyland Gallery at Pier 39 in San Francisco…
over the weekend, July 14 & 15, 2007. This was A.D.’s first show in San Francisco, it was great to appear at such a beautiful gallery in a truly picturesque setting. Pier 39 is within eyeshot of the Golden Gate Bridge and Alcatraz Prison.
Our friend Norm Gregg stopped by the show to say hi. Looking out at Alcatraz Island from the back deck of the Wyland Gallery at Pier 39.
Pier 39 has so many things to do and see – not enough time on this trip to explore that, but if you have some time while you’re there – check it out – events, tours, attractions, and food galore.
Antique Merry-Go-Round, find this and you’re a stone’s throw from the gallery.
A.D. and friends stop by the legendary Buena Vista for some adult refreshment after the show.
Left to right… Stan and Arlene Klock, Liz and Bill Gresham (who also dropped in the show at Lake Tahoe last month) and A.D. partaking of the famous Irish coffee served up hot at the Buena Vista. Learn the intriguing story of how in 1952, Buena Vista’s owner and a friend perfected the science of Irish coffee.
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A.D. is an artist who started drawing at a young age. Throughout his life, he has worked with different creative tools in traditional and digital art and design. His art and writings have been showcased in various publications such as Airbrush Action Magazine, Airbrush Magazine, American Art Collector, Art & Beyond, Dream To Launch, Easyriders, Las Vegas City Life, Las Vegas Weekly, L’Vegue, ModelsMania, Quick Throttle, and The Ultimate Airbrush Handbook.