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Secession Art & Design Blog

Secession Art & Design opened our Bernal Heights location in August of 2007, and has since grown to represent over 50 independent artists and designers. Our retail location is a gallery, boutique, and workspace combined, creating an untraditional storefront that allows customers to experience curated shows by owner, Eden Stein, and see the process of art being made in-house by Heather Robinson.

 

Artists' Talk with Josh Coffy and Dianne Hoffman

Friday, July 14, 6:30-8pm

Secession Art & Design is happy to host a casual artists' talk with Josh Coffy and Dianne Hoffman on Friday, July 14th 6:30-8pm. Their current show Myths and Legends has sparked lots of curiosity and interest. Stop by the gallery for light snacks and wine while the artists tell you about the tales embellished over the ages that inspired this body of work. You can purchase the art online or in person.

XO Eden

Painter Joshua Coffy will make you believe in something strange and unusual with his soulful beasts. With a subtle touch of humor, Josh explores these animals’ personalities through acrylic and collage. What if the most feared and ugly creature in the forest were actually sweet and funny? What if characters from multiple stories met in one imagined epic scene?

Painter Joshua Coffy will make you believe in something strange and unusual with his soulful beasts. With a subtle touch of humor, Josh explores these animals’ personalities through acrylic and collage. What if the most feared and ugly creature in the forest were actually sweet and funny? What if characters from multiple stories met in one imagined epic scene?

Assemblage artist Dianne Hoffman uses lost and discarded objects to create deep dwellings for her fanciful creatures, inviting you in to see every last beautiful detail. Her vintage materials (such as dolls, drawers, and even car parts) have a story of their own, and Dianne often puts them to surprising use.

Assemblage artist Dianne Hoffman uses lost and discarded objects to create deep dwellings for her fanciful creatures, inviting you in to see every last beautiful detail. Her vintage materials (such as dolls, drawers, and even car parts) have a story of their own, and Dianne often puts them to surprising use.

Eden Stein