Art does NOT have to be expensive to be impressive!  

Horizon Series #6 - Liz Maxwell "Hang Art"


Iceberg - Jeff Dikio "Hang Art"

Do you have an empty wall that you'd like to cover or do you just want to change the look of your living room, family room, or entryway?

One of the easiest things to do other than painting your walls, is placing a painting on the wall.

While working with clients to find that special work of art, I’ve come across a few resources that I would love to share just in case you need a change.

Hang Art is near Union Square in San Francisco and displays the work of about 70 contemporary Bay Area Artists in their gallery and online. They also have a rental option.  

Midcentury Framed Landscape - Lost Art Salon

Lost Art Salon is designed to be like a Paris salon (with couches and all). This gallery displays work dating from the 1900s to the 60s with lots of variety in art and pricing. The owners are wonderful, accessible, and knowledgeable.

 Dan Miller - Creative Growth Gallery

Creative Growth Gallery in Oakland is fantastic and shows many works done by people with developmental disabilities.  The art is very fresh and very reasonably priced.


Green Web - Dharma Strassor MacColl - Traywick Gallery

Traywick Gallery in Berkeley is also an excellent resource.

 Approach of The Crone - Adrian Setterfield is an international website for emerging artists.  They have many types and styles of art.

In Tuesday’s post you also saw an example of the art at Urban Ore.  It’s always changing. You never know what you’ll find!