Secession Art & Design is a Bernalwood treasure. Part creative studio, part art gallery, part fashion boutique, owner Eden Stein’s store on Mission (at 30th, across from Safeway) is a stylish labor of love.
Happily, Secession will celebrate its Fifth Anniversary on Friday evening:
Join us for our 5th Anniversary Party at Secession
Friday, August 10, 6:30 -9:30pm
Extralars will DJ, Inna Jam is doing a jam tasting, wine will flow, and you’ll get a chance to meet our in-house and featured artists. If you are not able to make the party you can stop by to say hello Tuesday thru Sunday,12-7pm.
Secession Art & Design opened its doors 5 years ago with ambition, creativity, and dedication to community. Many people were surprised we chose this location, but the location chose us. 5 years later, our gallery and boutique showcases 50 artists and designers in “The Bernal Flats,” a neighborhood that is bustling with amazing restaurants, bars, boutiques, and galleries. Our inspiration has been to create a movement where the customer and the maker can feel connected. Our two in-house studios nestled in our boutique give clients an opportunity to experience process. A fresh approach to curating encourages our customers to come every two months to see our new collection of art, clothing, and jewelry.
Bonus! The current show at includes this Bernal-inspired piece by artist Hilary Williams:
Singing Out the Fabric of Morning” by Hilary Williams. 2012 Bernal Heights painting using acrylic and screen printing on fabric and wood.
PHOTO: Top, Eden Stein inside Secession, by Julie Michelle