Posts by Bryan Anthony

If there is one thing that Bedford Gallery's latest show proves, it is that the line between art and fashion is nonexistent.

It's that time of year ago again, when the immense talents of SF's best interior designers make us drool with envy. The 2012 Decorator Showcase is located in a classic revival mansion at 2020 Jackson Street in SF's Pacific Heights neighborhood.

If 1970s blaxploitation film character Foxy Brown were to have her portrait commissioned today, there would be no better candidate for the job than New York’s Mickalene Thomas.

April showers might bring May flowers, but there's no reason to wait an entire month to bring San Francisco beauty into your life. Here are three San Francisco art exhibits running this month guaranteed to brighten your day.

While the thought of spring cleaning may not sound like fun, it's the perfect opportunity for some out-with-the-old-and-in-the-with-the-new-shopping. In case you need some inspiration, check out these fresh new products from some of our favorite LA shops.

Sure—we're as excited as anyone to catch the highly-anticipated Jean Paul Gaultier show at the De Young, but, trust us, it's not the only exhibit worth seeing this month. Forget the lines, wait until the crowds settle down (it goes through August, after all), and check out one of these the killer shows instead.

 If you’ve ever taken a Magic Marker to a portrait and added a mustache, you will enjoy the works of artist and California native John Baldessari.

It still might be chilly outside, but the calendar doesn't lie—spring has sprung in SF! These products, locally sourced, bring spirit to the new season.

I'm sure it's just a coincidence, but the three hottest art exhibits in San Francisco this March are all taking place at galleries that have names beginning with the letter H. The SF galleries making up this 3-H Club are Hespe, Haines and Hedge—but besides sharing the same first letter and some great eye candy, their offerings this month are all unique and distinct.

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