Patrick J. Campbell, an Artist Who Paints Tiny Houses

I discovered this Brooklyn based artist through a Homepolish article and immediately fell in love with his work. It's all about the details! The little dotted lines that outline the homes, the solid colors against the textured hillside, the subtle shadowing and interesting way things feel stacked and precariously laid out.

New Project! Inner Sunset Attic Addition

Alright so these awesome clients have a gorgeous pre-earthquake Victorian home in the Inner Sunset neighborhood of San Francisco. While the main floor is a great space with the characteristic tall ceilings and original trim details and wood floors, the tiny attic space is an after-thought.

The Art of Ozmo the Great (and how we almost met!)

This past Summer I re-discovered the work of this awesome artist, Ozmo. Years ago I was reading online about a collaboration between the local artist Jeremy Fish and an Italian artist. I remember falling in love with the street art of this Italian artist, but this was before I got super organized and started Evernote-web-clipping and Pinterest-pinning everything and so I completely forgot the artists name.

Creating New Art For Our Home

The wonderful thing about being an artist is you can create new art for your home any time you wish! The other side to that is that when you get tired of the art, it's up to you to get to work and make some new material.

Glen Park Project Update

The last time I posted about this project was November 2014, almost a whole year! It ended up growing and becoming bigger than expected, which happens often with remodels. And now the construction is finally starting to finish up and the home owners are moving in. 

Scribble Drawings

The last few years, I got so into painting I kind of forgot how much fun markers are. Plus they are clean and immediate and much easier to clean up than paintbrushes!