The Fine Art of Lighting Exhibited at ArtHaus

The interior Design Directors of INSTUDIO suggest keeping an open mind when considering resources for home design and décor. A shopping trip that leads you to all of the usual places for a particular item may leave you empty handed and uninspired. When looking for high quality unique lighting an art gallery may have exactly what you are looking for, especially if that gallery is ArtHaus in San Francisco.

You can find examples of artwork that bridges museum-quality bronze sculpture and works in glass such as one of a kind lighting by artist and sculptor Adam Kurtzman. The Internationally exhibited artist seems to draw inspiration from an unknown past that makes his lighting appear familiar, new and daring all at the same time. Kurtzman’s lighting can easily blend with any period style of interior architecture or stand alone as individual works that just happen to illuminate a room.

San Francisco’s top interior designers use ArtHaus as a resource for fine art. The gallery even furnished an exhibit space as a complete design statement that included furniture from local interior design showrooms matched with art.  Benjamin Moore paint colors enhance works of art on exhibit.

Gallerists James Bacchi and Annette Schutz have long been advocates of blending the worlds of art and interior design. ArtHaus represents art that is created by local interior designers.  Works on paper by INSTUDIO Design Director Samuel Fleming Lewis will be featured in the upcoming San Francisco 2011 Decorator Showcase house.

Looking for lighting? Try a gallery!

ArtHaus 411 Brannon St. San Francisco, CA 94107, 415  977.0223

S.F. Decorator Showcase 2011

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