The opening of the the Autumn Exhibition for the NYAXE Gallery in Palo Alto kicked off on Thursday evening to a large cadre of art appreciators and technology movers-and-shakers in Silicon Valley.
In attendence were some of Silicon Valley's rising stars including Michael Arrington, Editor of TechCrunch; Craig Hughes, CTO at NewCo, Inc and former Co-Founder of GumStix; Normal Liang, former executive of Photobucket; Luke Winter, CEO Galaxy Granola; Geoffrey Arone, CEO of DanceJam and Flock; Terry Angelos, Co-Founder & CPO, TrialPay; Tom Conrad, CTO of Pandora; Irene McGee, CEO of No One is Listening; and Paul Guely, Founder & CEO of Arma Partners.
Kimia Ferdowski, one of the winning artists was in attendance with one of her subjects.
Twenty MyArtSpace artists were represented at the show including Penelope Caldwel, Takefumi Hori, Kimia Ferdowsi, Cara Thayer & Louie Van Patten, Beverley McQuillan, Barbara Diener, Rebecca Fontaine-Wolf, Eline Peek, Mikhail Gubin, Emily Maddigan, Chris Dunker, Jeanne Wilkinson & Andrew Yonda, Bill Bosler, Christopher Savage, Dan Atkins, Yuval Shalgi,
Pearl Van Geest, Renata Fernandez and Chanil Hong.
Catherine McCormack-Skiba, CEO and Founder of MyArtSpace with Paul Noel Guely, Founder of Arma Partners.
Craig Hughes, CTO of NewCo, Inc and former CTO of Gumxtix and Loca.com
Nigel Evans, myartspace's resident curator, preparing the show having flown in from London.
The Autumn Exhibition will run at the NYAXE Gallery until the end of December. The Winter Exhibition is then planned to open on December 10th.