Thursday June 22 SOMArts Gallery Chocolate and Art Show SF: Aisla presents “Borderwall: an Epic Gematrialure”

Join Aisla Gallery at the SOMArts Cultural Center Thursday June 22 from 8 pm – 11:11 p.m. Chocolate and Art Show, Featuring Aisla’s Series : “Borderwall: an Epic Gematrailure”

Inspiration “Borderwall: Design and Violence”


….design a wall that features a life-saving water collection system, a solar farm, a treatment plant for waste water from the New River, a bi-national library.

The world needs not a useless wall, but cleaner water, universal access to education, and renewable energy. This will solve the problem rather than put it into parentheses. Ronald Rael and Virginia San Fratello know that cruel borders and empty violence must be put to rest. They dream not of a utopia—like the time of Arthurian legends in which Don Quixote lived—but of the end of the absurdity of a selectively porous border that only produces death and suffering. The artistic utopia of the wall converted into a place of light and transparency, without the shadow of hate, shows that another world is possible and invites us to fight for change.


Community Mural Project in Boston Area

LymeLight Foundation: Dart for Art 2017

On March 24, 2017 LymeLight Foundation will be hosting a Gala and Auction in Burlingame, California


Raising Awareness and Funding for Lyme Disease and Children’s Chronic Illnesses

LymeLight Foundation’s mission is to provide grants to enable eligible children and young adults with Lyme disease to receive proper treatment and medication as well as raising awareness about Lyme disease.

For more information visit: the Lyme Light Foundation

Dart For Art

March 24, 2017
6:30 pm – 10:00 pm


San Mateo Event Center
1346 Saratoga Drive
San Mateo, California 94403

 original paintings by Aisla, please do not use without express permission of the artist

©1990-2017 Aisla Gallery Online

A New Leaf Floral Gallery: All February 2017

Hey San Francisco! Visit A New Leaf Florist and receive $10 off your Valentine’s Day Order. Artwork displayed is to help raise Awareness regarding Children’s Healthcare and Chronic Illnesses.

don-t-panic-i-m-a-floristA New Leaf Florist
M-F: 9:00am to 7:00pm; Sat: 10:00am to 6:00pm
1501 Franklin St. San Francisco, CA, 94109

all images are original paintings by Aisla, please do not use without express permission of the artist

©1990-2017 Aisla Gallery Online

Mural Work



Something Wicked This Way Comes


Chocolate and Art Show San Francisco 

Benefit Show for Artists Healing Trauma


The Stories behind this Series of Paintings

“Good to Evil seems evil”

a Battle between Good and Evil, or Truth verses Deception

“All great music and deathless poems are written, in a fever of ecstasy; all paintings that move men to tears are painted in tears…” Elbert Hubbard

“The greater puzzle of universal wisdom and beauty that we have strived to honor through our work includes the profound legacies of world artistic and spiritual traditions, the innate integrity of human communities where people seek to live in social harmony, and that regenerative stream of life sustained upon the earth itself ”

 Luther E. Vann (Elemental: The Power of Illuminated Love)

Be it painful, disorienting, contemplative, beautiful or joyful, Art arrests motion, time stands still by means of the (art)ificial; thereby transcending time, holding a moment fixed in “death” so that a hundred years later when a stranger looks at it, the moment “lives” again, reborn through inspiration.

The truth is often a gentle whisper, a point of light in the distance, a small candle flickering in the cacophony of a hypnotized, spellbound universe of obscurity. The warmth and light of  a single candle, a dim point of light in the distance beckons us toward the truth. This glimmer stands up to false light, deception, wickedness and even death.  The message is of strength, hope and celebration, and not to despair.