Working in techniques used at the turn-of-the-century, hand embroidery, printing and stencilling, this studio creates textiles for the home in period designs and their own Arts & Crafts inspired designs.
Heidi Wright Mead, C.P. is a wallpaper hanger, certified by the National Guild of Professional Paperhangers, and has won national awards for her work. The most recent for re-purposing an antique DeGournay Mural.
Steve Bauer’s talent for design was first recognized in 1981 by John Freeman of the American Life Foundation. Bruce Bradbury recalls: “We were in our early ‘starving artist’ days when John first introduced us. Steve was a teenage design prodigy making a living working at a bronze foundry in Orange County, California.
Paul has been a San Francisco resident for over three decades, where he graduated from the Rudolph Schaeffer School of Design in 1975. With wide professional experience in both commercial and residential
While his specialty is historically appropriate decoration of harpsichords, Adrian Card also lends his skills to historically inspired murals, painted furniture and other musical instruments.
With over 25 years of experience as a professional decorative painter, Lynne Rutter is widely recognized as a fine art muralist and expert decorative artist with an excellent eye for color.
Before finding his true calling as a decorative painter, George Zaffle earned degrees in both journalism and foreign language at Ohio University. After his 1981 graduation, he headed for California on his bicycle.
John Lenox has been working with Art Glass since the early 1980’s. Originally from Minneapolis, John established his studio in San Francisco in 1991, and produces custom stained, etched, beveled, leaded, and painted glass, as well as restoring period art glass, for restaurants, churches, and homes.
Accomplished trompe l’oeil muralist George Shadow successfully merges classical figurative art with traditional and period techniques in fine decorative painting and faux finishing.
Theodore Ellison Designs handcrafts leaded glass into period-inspired architectural windows and lighting, influenced by the Arts & Crafts tradition. Guided by a collaborative approach, the company works directly with homeowners, architects and designers …