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This year's Hearts in San Francisco art series is the best yet

Hearts in San Francisco
Photograph: Courtesy San Francisco General Hospital Foundation

Just in time for Valentine's Day festivities, the Hearts in San Francisco art series has brought amazing public art to San Francisco every February for the past 15 years, and this year includes some of the best works yet. 

Thirty-one Bay Area artists were selected for the 2019 series including Michele Bell, Claudia Blanco, Margerite Bradley, and Taiko Fujimura. 

"These Heart sculptures have become symbolic to locals and tourists alike," said John Bell, President of the Board of Directors for San Francisco General Hospital Foundation. 

The hearts will be displayed and auctioned at the San Francisco General Hospital Foundation's Hearts in SF evening event on February 13 at Pier 48 with all proceeds benefiting essential life-enhancing programs and initiatives Zuckerberg San Francisco General Hospital. 

Keep scrolling to see some of this year's best heart-shaped artworks.  

 

“California Poppy” by Margerite Bradley

 

 

 

Heart by Samanta Tello

 

 

 

Heart by Lori Chinn

 

 

 

"Meet in the Presidio" by Michele Bell

 

 

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