Hearts in San Francisco Project
The Hearts in San Francisco project debuted in 2004 with 131 heart sculptures, created by local Bay Area artists and auctioned by the Foundation in support of Zuckerberg San Francisco General Hospital and Trauma Center.
The Foundation raised nearly 3 million dollars for ZSFG in that first year. Today, we carry on this tradition by commissioning and auctioning a new set of hearts each year. The funds raised support those delivering on the promise of accessible and equitable health care for all in our city.
Hearts in Union Square
There is No Try
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About the Foundation
The San Francisco General Hospital Foundation is proud to help the people who heal people, supporting ZSFG caregivers in their aim to provide the very best care to all who walk through their doors.
Meet the Artist:
Based in North Beach, Jeremy Fish has lived in San Francisco for the past 20 years. He has a degree in painting and a focus in screen-printing. His education and work experience has led him to a career as a fine artist, and commercial illustrator.
Jeremy’s artwork is all about storytelling and communication, told through a library of characters and symbols. He focus’s on an emphasis in finding a balance with the imagery somewhere between all things cute and creepy.
Jeremy’s Hearts in San Francisco represents the uncertain balance of San Francisco and showcases an owl representing wisdom between love and hate, the heart and the skull.