Monthly Archives: April 2011

Sneak Peek:San Francisco Decorator Showcase 2011

The Pac. Heights Italianate palazzo with decorative frieze and ivy-lined front door is where it’s all happening…

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John Baldessari

“Person with Guitar (Orange)”, 2005 3-layer, 5-color screen-print construction This is a statement piece and quite possibly one of our favorites! He’s poignant in the artist community, attributing conceptual works of art in which the idea takes precedent over the … Continue reading

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TJ OKeefe

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Inexpensive Art

Art, any art is sooo important! Miss Snow put it best- “In this dialogue, the work addresses one of the conundrums of existence: the desire for freedom and spontaneity as well as for routine and order.”  20X200

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Walter Kuhlman

The Painter and his Paintbrushes! Abstract Expressionist, Kuhlman, conveyed his intellectual, artistic, and philosophical perspective in his work. He was eminently linked with the San Francisco School of Abstract Expressionism. Extensive travels, painting and teaching awarded him a fellowship in 1957 … Continue reading

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Cool Classic

20th Century forged lanterns from Therien & Co. add an element of coolness with gold-speared finials. Showrooms are located in local San Francisco and La Cienega Blvd. in Los Angeles.

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In Bloom

We LOVE Polly Apfelbaum! Her bright perspective is created using hand carved woodblocks, similar to a stamp. The titles of her pieces are just as fantastic as the work – such as “Little Love” and “Love Leap”. Her work can … Continue reading

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Beatriz Milhazes

“Sinfonia Nordestina”, 2008 The hippest of the hip! Brazilian artist Beatriz Milhazes is popping up all over the art world. Creating a bold new take on “pop” art, her acrylic on canvas and woodblock pieces would take any room to … Continue reading

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Ladylike

Ladylike is back in the form of svelte figures from the past flaunting carnation pink, layers of frothy tulle ala Jean Patchett c.1950 Vogue. Jean was “a young American Goddess of Paris Couture.” –Irving Penn Vogue Photographer

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Space Age

Karim Rashid’s uber modern home is alive with bubble gum pinks and furniture you want to melt into like caramel.

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