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Free Saturdays: Tattoo Talk and Gallery Tour with Tex Buss

August 31, 2019, 12:00 pm2:00 pm
Tex Buss

Tex Buss, courtesy of artist

Piazzoni Murals Room

Join local tattoo artist Tex Buss in the Piazzoni Murals Room for a talk on the history of avian images in tattooing. Tex will highlight how birds have captured a special place in the human imagination.

This talk will be followed by a tour of our permanent galleries led by Tex.

Tex Buss has been tattooing in San Francisco for nearly a quarter of a century. She moved from Scotland in the 1990s and was a young tattooer during the heyday of the Bay Area tattoo explosion. A decade ago, she created Authentic Tattoo in San Francisco, which remains her home base. Her work is illustrative and figurative, leans toward the neotraditional, and often features elements from the natural world. In addition to her love of drawing on skin, Tex also paints, mostly large figurative narratives in oil, and shows in galleries. Building on her years of experience in the art world and tattoo industry, she writes and lectures on the many fascinating topics that arise when you combine humans and creativity.

Free Saturdays are about celebrating art and this city that we love. Explore the permanent collections, take a guided tour, get inspired to create art of your own at our art making station.

The day will include engaging art experiences for the entire family. Enjoy access to the de Youngsters studio, family art making, gallery guides, enhanced gallery tours with discussion groups, sketching in the permanent collection galleries and more.

Ticket Information

No additional ticket required. Seating is limited and first come, first served.

Register online to skip the line.

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Contact Information

Public Programs
publicprograms@famsf.org
(415) 750-7624