New Paintings by Kelly Defayette
You are invited to the opening reception for Shades of Black- new works by Kelly Defayette. Please join us this Friday from 6-9pm at Peace Industry. Cocktails will be served on the deck.
Originally from the East Coast, Kelly DeFayette has been showing in the Bay Area for the past ten years. Ranging from brightly colored with a high gloss finish, to dark stains and matte surfaces, her geometric wood panels veer from tessellated formations to irregular polygons in differing depths. Each piece has the feel of a wall sculpture and the finish of an object.
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Who is reading?:
What happens when women – skeptics, believers, and those in between – write about religion? Readings exploring faith, from the new magazine Limina. Featuring Jen Burke Anderson, Donna de la Perrière, Melissa Hillman, Sundari Johansen, and Kaya Oakes.
Jen Burke Anderson is a San Francisco-based writer at work on her first novel.
Donna de la Perrière is author of two books of poetry. She teaches graduate and undergraduate writing in San Francisco. donnadelaperriere.net
Melissa Hillman is artistic director of Impact Theatre. Melissa holds a PhD from UC Berkeley and teaches in many places. bittergertrude.com
Sundari Johansen is a PhD candidate in Philosophy & Religion (Asian & Comparative Studies) at the California Institute for Integral Studies in San Francisco.
Kaya Oakes is author of Radical Reinvention, Slanted and Enchanted, and Telegraph, and editor of Limina magazine. She teaches writing at UC Berkeley.
Saturday through Monday all rugs in stock will be at least 30% off. Come on in.
Funny, the things you find when you google yourself. I found this very nicely written article about us by Minh Dang of Standard Magazine. Read all the nice things said here. Oh, and thank you Minh!
We are so excited that Blu Dot is coming to the neighborhood. Please join us at their new Mission store at 560 Valencia this Thursday from 5-9. Here are the details.
This timeless side table is constructed from solid walnut and brass. Other sizes available.
Dwell on Design 2013
Thank you to all of our new friends in L.A.. I never get to spend enough time here but, it is definitely a fascinating and weird place with a personality that reminds me a bit of glitzy Miami and kooky San Francisco. One thing that I really appreciate about it is the weather and the diversity and quality of the modern architecture. I would love to spend a few days photographing buildings in a little dress, sandals, and big sunglasses.
Check out our mention in Cover Magazine, a UK magazine dedicated to modern rugs. They are also a great resource for the intersections of art and textiles.