Members A-E

  • Arts & Crafts Period Textiles 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.
  • Stephen Bauer — Bradbury & Bradbury Art Wallpapers 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.
  • Bob Buckter Color Consultant My business is architectural color design. I have been designing paint colors for buildings since 1970, and strictly consulting since 1978, producing about 500 separate color consultations annually.
  • Adrian Card 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.
  • Phil Diers, Sculptor Phil Diers has been sculpting, making molds and castings for over thirty-four years. Since 1985, the area of architectural ornamentation, moldmaking and sculpture has been his focus, working in plaster, concrete, resin-stone, and bronze.
  • Riley Doty — Doty Tile Doty Tile has been installing ceramic tilework in the Bay Area since 1979. For over twenty years Doty Tile operated as a small custom tile company.
  • Paul Duchscherer 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
  • Robert Dufort — Magic Brush, Inc. Established in 1976, Magic Brush, Inc. offers a variety of professional painting services for the most discriminating clients. We can either work directly with private homeowners, or through their designers, architects or general contractors.
  • William Eichenberger, Cabinetmaker A maker of custom woodwork & shoji screens, Bill is comfortable working in both period and contemporary styles. He specializes in woodworking for both Arts and Crafts and Victorian style interiors. For Japanese style interiors, he is skilled at crafting shoji, fusuma, and tansu.
  • Theodore Ellison Designs 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 …