One of the many beautiful aspects of San Francisco that we all love is the diverse cultures and ethnicities that our city embodies. We have an amazing tapestry of color and harmony all blended into a 7×7 framework. The diversity brings us together and makes us stronger as a whole. This piece is designed to show the vibrancy of colorful cultures and demographics we have in San Francisco. Coming from a lain culture i always feel at home in this city because of its rich culture and overlapping harmony of intersectionality.
About the Artist
Max Ehrman / Eon75
Max Ehrman (Eon 75) has been painting mural and commissioned studio
work for over 25 years now. His first love was in Architecture where he
received a Bachelor of Architecture From FAU in Florida and then went on
to study at the Bauhaus in Germany where he attained a Masters in
Architecture. After practicing architecture for 5 years, he decided to chase his passion in painting and moved to San Francisco to chase art dreams.
Eon 75’s work is based on the harmony and structure found in nature. He
typically will combine elements of nature with flora and fauna as well as his
diverse characters. His style ranges from realistic characters to colorful
abstract landscapes, which draws the viewer with tis color theory and flow.
Some highlights that have been pivotal in Maxs career have been
collaborating and painting with artists in Europe and Asia as well as local
communities in the United States.
Eon 75 has worked with communities and schools from the bay area to
Belgium to bring art to the youth and beautify neighborhoods and schools.
He has collaborated with San Francisco Arts Commission, Department of
Public works and local nonprofits like Paint the Void and Together San
Having lived in San Francisco for fifteen years now, Max has explored the
bay area and Alameda quite extensively. From wine/beer tasting to many a
birthday party and adventures on the bay. Alemeda is beautiful in is
diversity and unique views of the bay area.
I look forward to this opportunity and hope to work with you in the future.
About the Partner
Paint The Void supports artists for the public good and highlights art as essential, particularly during times of crisis. The organization uplifts artists and their voices by funding public art and creativity in everyday urban spaces – spaces that impact and enhance people’s daily lives. Paint the Void is a fiscally sponsored 501(c)(3) not-for-profit organization, born from an idea to help keep artists engaged and paid as guardians of hope and beauty in a time of fear and uncertainty.