Murals by Erik Otto seen at The Apothecarium, San Francisco - Natural High
Murals by Erik Otto seen at The Apothecarium, San Francisco - Natural HighMurals by Erik Otto seen at The Apothecarium, San Francisco - Natural HighMurals by Erik Otto seen at The Apothecarium, San Francisco - Natural High
This original mixed media artwork depicts natural elements: the piece by Otto was painted on six separate wooden panels and permanently affixed to the wall done in a vertical composition. The colors and subject matter were chosen to invoke a gentle, therapeutic quality. The small additions of metallic silver and gold that create connection with the furnishing details found within the space. Titled "Natural High," the painting was created in 2016 and done in acrylic / aerosol on 6 wooden panels 5 x 15 ft.

Meet the Creator

"Erik Otto is an American mixed-media artist working in the creative disciplines of painting, sculpture and installation. Otto has held exhibitions nationally in New York City, Los Angeles, San Francisco, and Washington DC and internationally in Vancouver, Mexico City, and Berlin. He was selected for the SF Recology Artist-in-Residence Program, received the VSCO Artist Initiative Grant, and produced work for YBCA Bay Area Now 7. He currently has work held in the private collections of the Grand Hyatt, Microsoft, LinkedIn, One Medical Group, and Uber Technologies. Known to take life-changing risks, Otto once self-initiated a 6-month artist residency in Mexico City that resulted in a solo exhibition in an abandoned building just prior to its demolition.

Otto was born and raised in the San Francisco Bay Area, currently based in New York City, with studios in Brooklyn, NY and San Francisco, CA"

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