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A Place to be Inspired

 

An exciting addition to Silicon Valley, A.Space Design Gallery is the source for original art, high-end furnishings and home accessories on the Peninsula. The gallery boasts local emerging artists as well as more established painters and sculptors whose creative talents cross various mediums.

Art is the cornerstone of the living area vignettes presented on the show floor accentuated by KOLKKA Furniture, hand-forged metal pieces fabricated at the family-owned company’s artisan factory in American Canyon. A.Space has everything you need to visualize your space as it should be —  inspired by your personal aesthetic.

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New Arrivals @ A.Space

Enjoy this sneak peek at some of the artists currently on display at our gallery.

News & Upcoming Events

Check here for news related to A.Space or our artists and for details about future events.

A.Space artist Alison Haley Paul accepted into

A.Space Featured in “Palo Alto Online”

Self-made gallerist launches new art, event space
Wednesday, January 17, 2018, 9:00 AM

A.Space Featured in “The Almanac”

Self-made gallerist launches new art, event space
Monday, January 15, 2018, 9:21 AM

A.Space Artist Featured in “Gentry” Magazine

A Keen Perspective: Sculptor Jane Rosen shares her enthusiasm for art, teaching, and the San Gregorio hillside.
Gentry Magazine, January, 2018, Page 82

Artist Spotlight

A.Space Design Gallery is excited to present artist Karen Folgner.

Karen Folgner

Karen Folgner’s passion for art began at an early age with the discovery of her talent for accurately portraying representational subjects. However today, the Hillsborough artist enjoys the freedom of abstract painting, applying oil or acrylic paint thickly on canvas to create an impasto quality.

She paints in gestural motions that allow her paintings to explore the past and future of the mind and soul through color and texture. Using palette knives, brushes and, at times, unconventional tools, the artist applies paint as a three-dimensional material. Indeed, her expressive use of strong texture and movement have caught the eye of collectors across the country.

Karen’s current body of work is an intuitive abstract representation of her internal contemplations. At times the mind can clear intrusive thoughts; at other times, anxieties can produce internal chaos, she explains. Each piece holds a place in time—a particular state of mind—that it impersonates.

On display October 15 – November 23, 2019

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