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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.

 

Meet baby goat Julius & artist Hilary Williams this Friday March 23

Secession Art & Design was so excited when Hilary Williams said yes to bringing her baby goat Julius to the gallery this Friday. For a lot of us city dwellers, Hilary's lifestyle combining art and farming is so dreamy. From her farm, Lettuce Laugh Farms in Santa Rosa, she will bring a sampling of her goat cheeses and a small collection of prints that you can only get at the event. Come meet Hilary and Julius, try some local goat cheese and pick up a print or two! RSVP on Facebook.

See you on Friday,
Eden

P.S.: Secession is home to Hilary's largest collection of 20-30 color screen prints and original paintings. Buy online and use our nifty in-store pickup option.
 

 Hilary says "I moved to Sonoma County in 2010 with my husband straight to this homestead from San Francisco, knowing pretty much nothing about farming as I was a city kid raised in the East Bay and San Francisco. It has been a fun, rewarding but also a challenging journey! We strive for sustainability and producing as much of our food as we can. We raise milk goats, pigs, chickens and ducks along with expansive vegetable gardens and fruit trees. It is incredibly rewarding to sit down to a meal that we have grown and raised on the farm and also to share that with friends and family. It makes it all taste that much better and I am always grateful. My farm is continually enriching my dinner table, my life and my creative experience in the world!"

Hilary says "I moved to Sonoma County in 2010 with my husband straight to this homestead from San Francisco, knowing pretty much nothing about farming as I was a city kid raised in the East Bay and San Francisco. It has been a fun, rewarding but also a challenging journey! We strive for sustainability and producing as much of our food as we can. We raise milk goats, pigs, chickens and ducks along with expansive vegetable gardens and fruit trees. It is incredibly rewarding to sit down to a meal that we have grown and raised on the farm and also to share that with friends and family. It makes it all taste that much better and I am always grateful. My farm is continually enriching my dinner table, my life and my creative experience in the world!"

Eden Stein