Seismically Shaken

Tim Yankosky and Rich Stangl

Hearts in San Francisco Project

Since its inception in 2004, the Hearts in San Francisco project has been a cornerstone of philanthropy, rallying local artists to support Zuckerberg San Francisco General Hospital and Trauma Center. Today, this tradition endures, marking over 20 years of profound impact on our city’s public hospital.

Hearts in San Francisco has become more than just an art project—it’s a symbol of support for the people of San Francisco. New hearts are unveiled each year, capturing the community’s creativity while raising vital funds that support innovative and equitable care at ZSFG.

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      Meet the Artist:

      For Tim Yankosky, his works of art are often derived from his tempestuous childhood and the feeling of being trapped in circumstances that he could not escape from. Often he is telling a personal narrative that plays out in his head while creating. Materials are often the driving force and inspiration behind the works of art that he creates. Yankosky has always been drawn to the functional wear and patina of vintage and found objects. He creates a new environment for these objects to “live on” in a new form of being, by way of contemporary works of art.