Happy First Day of Summer!
Thanks to A Beautiful Mess for sharing this awesome photo Read More
I get the most compliments on my 2 largest pieces of art. One was painted by my dear friend Amber, one was painted by Thomas Saliot.
Large scale art can really make the room. Read More
was first introduced to this concept by FOG Design & Art Fair in San Francisco. This butterfly image caught my eye. The first is a close up, the second is a full scale kaleidoscopic work from Damien Hirst. Read More
Ivan Navarro's "Impenetrable Room" is only 72" x 72" x 30", but it feels like an infinity tunnel thanks to neon lights and a one way mirror.
Who is Ivan Navarro? An Chilean artist known for his creative work with fluorescent lights. Read More
SunWoven is a company that hand makes woven wall hangings. This photo is of my SunWoven in my living room. I wanted some texture Read More
I am starting a little photo project in my guest room. Won't it feel homey and welcoming to see family photos on the wall? I think these look best when all the photos are the same size......which can be tricky Read More
I am always looking for new artists to feature on the blog. Who do you like right now? They could be big time in museums or a neighbor who paints in her garage. Recommend a friend, some art you have in your home, or your favorite. It could be street art Read More
You guys-this is not what you think. It is a photograph!
Dani Oliver is a French photographer who projects patterns with light on female nudes. Read More
Art isn't limited to paintings & sculptures....art can be many forms. Including simply using lightbulbs in a creative way.
Meet SF artist Jim Campbell. Read More
Don't panic-everything is actually great. But don't you love the cheerfulness of this cake? Lighthearted and playful.
Alana Jones-Mann is an extremely creative cake maker in LA. Read More
Wow-this photo! So beautiful. I love the lighting/color/tone of all of it. The texture mixed with the curves of the pink swan sculpture, the calmness of the soft rose Read More
Thanks to Kelly Wearstler for this photo of the beauty of shadows. Do you love the geometric lines? So interesting!
Keep your eyes open for beauty and art all around. Read More
The painting is by Thomas Saliot, who spends his time between Marrakech & Paris. Those who know me will not be surprised that I bought a painting from someone who lives in half Morocco half Paris. Read More
Another beautiful artist discovery at the beautiful Chloe Gallery: Carrie Graber. And just in time for summer!
How stunning are her golden glowy glamorous images with a vintage Palm Springs feel. I want to the be the girls in these paintings! Read More
Aldo Luongo. You have probably seen his work and not realized it. This incredibly accomplished artist was commissioned to do the artwork for the Olympics three times. The White House requested him twice to paint eggs for the Easter Egg hunt, which now reside in the Smithsonian. Read More
This is not just your typical abstract art. Jason Shulman cleverly turned some of our favorite movies into art. And not just vintage movie posters.....more creative than that. Shulman photographs the entire film in a single image with an ultra-long exposure, Read More
Only 10 paintings have sold for over 100 million dollars. The latest to join the club: Jean-Michel Basquiat's 1982 "Untitled" painting of a skull. Basquiat is now in the same realm as Picasso, and his skull painting is now the priciest piece sold by a US artist.
Who was Basquait? Read More
I was introduced to this up & coming SF artist by Amy Neider founder of Chloe Gallery. Isabel is an intern at the studio and will graduate from the Academy of Art in San Francisco year. Read More
Those of you who live in SF and commute down to the South Bay for work probably take 280. And you have probably seen this Flinstone's house a million times on your way home and wondered what the deal was. Have you always wanted to know what it's like inside? Well, here you go! Read More