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(Painting Courtesy of Jennifer Wasson)

I have a love-hate relationship with October.

I am always disappointed to have fewer hours of daylight, and I really start to notice this and mourn the loss of light in late September and early October.

I DO love the fact ...Read more

I saw this great article in Elle Decor about How to Hang Art Like a Pro . It gives great tips re: the mechanics of hanging art on the walls as well as artistic tips . I find that many of our clients talk about feeling at ...Read more

Wow, check out this amazing tour of San Francisco. It is the brilliant work of Scott Weaver who spent countless hours building this amazing kinetic sculpture.

I love hearing the laughter and delight of the audience. I found this amazing video online.

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There has been significant fanfare recently about the opening of the new terminal 2 at San Francisco International Airport (SFO). I was invited to a party thrown by Virgin American who will be located in that terminal. This amused be because I ...Read more

San Francisco supervisors voted earlier this week to approve the plan for the project to transform the partially abandoned Hunters Point Shipyard into a new neighborhood with open space, over 10,000 new residential units, businesses, clean technology space and good urban design.

These ...Read more

The debate over public art continues as East Bay knitters express their dislike for public works with a bit of subversive knitting. I love the Bay Area, we protest just about everything and we think of innovative ways of ...Read more

I am often swimming in the Bay at Aquatic Park and I often park on Jefferson Street near the Dolphin Club, or up Hyde Street into the Russian Hill neighborhood. The other morning, I parked at the end of Van Ness in one of those great 4 hour parking spots--which would give me plenty of time to ...Read more

San Francisco supervisors voted earlier this week to approve the plan for the project to transform the partially abandoned Hunters Point Shipyard into a new neighborhood with open space, over 10,000 new residential units, businesses, clean technology space and good urban design.

These ...Read more

Are you a member of one of SFMOMA, Cartoon Art Museum, Contemporary Jewish Museum, Museum of the African Diaspora, Asian Art Museum, Yerba Buena Center for the Arts, Museum of Craft and Folk Art or SF Camerawork? This Saturday, January 10th, the museums are welcoming members of any ...Read more