Our DIL accepted a new position closer to where they will be living during their 12 month remodel process.....wisely eliminating a long commute to San Francisco in favor of only 5 blocks. Work environments certainly have changed from my oh so many, many years ago, 9-5 work world.Her stunning office complex is an artists' delight....clearly art is collected and appreciated. The following pieces are only a small smattering of items on display. BUT....the first thing I noticed was the wood paneling....if you look closely you can see that this section is actually cabinets! This is recycling at its best....the carefully chosen and positioned wood sections came from old torn down San Francisco buildings.
Next my attention was drawn to the carpeting. I loved how the colorful sections broke up the long hallway expanses and were reflected by the glass panels, contrasted by the antique wood walls.I began snapping photos immediately but neglected to obtain the name of the artist who created this stunning piece made of fused glass. I managed to slow down my excitment in an attempt to document the art pictured below.
Entangles" - oil and mixed media on canvas - Artist: John Belingheri
(I missed this title) Medium: Paper and ink - Artist: Wynne Hayakaw
Euphorbia' # 4 & 5 - latex and resin on panel - Artist: Kim Squaglia
4 Squared' - crocheted, fabricated metal - Artist: Tracy Krumm
**this piece was very large....perhaps 10' feet x 6'
'Roadside Attractions' - mixed media collage - Artist: Barbara Kronlins
This is a detail of another large piece, but due to reflection, the full size photo isn't very viewable......but worth seeing in this small section!
Thank you Kelly for the visit to your place of employment.....eye candy for sure!!!