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  • Interview with Interim Show Director Kay Evans and Associate Show Director Margan Mulvihill

    Interview with Interim Show Director Kay Evans and Associate Show Director Margan Mulvihill

    How did you get involved with the San Francisco Fall Show? Kay (left): I was introduced to the magic of
  • The Seven Seas

    The Seven Seas

    All throughout human history, the lure of the sea has been strong for sailors and travelers alike. The phrase sail
  • Balloonmania

    Balloonmania

    Of all the scientific discoveries and intellectual advances of the eighteenth century, none sparked more enthusiasm and excitement than the
  • Interview with Ken Fulk, Chair of the Designers & Artisans Circle

    Interview with Ken Fulk, Chair of the Designers & Artisans Circle

    2019 marks your first year as Chair of the Designer and Artisan Circle at the San Francisco Fall Show –
  • The Grand Tour

    The Grand Tour

    From around the middle of the 17th century, young, wealthy graduates of Oxford and Cambridge Universities began embarking on voyages
  • Interview with Ariane Trimuschat, Director at Large

    Interview with Ariane Trimuschat, Director at Large

    How did you get involved with the San Francisco Fall Show? I was invited by a close friend when I
  • A Shining 2018 Show

    A Shining 2018 Show

    SAN FRANCISCO, CA – Atmosphere at The San Francisco Fall Art & Antiques Show Opening Nigh Preview Gala on October
  • Interview with Charlotte Moss

    Interview with Charlotte Moss

    The San Francisco Fall Art & Antiques Show is thrilled to have Charlotte Moss as one of the entrance vignette
  • Astrology vs. Astronomy

    Astrology vs. Astronomy

    Astronomy is the study of the universe and its contents outside of Earth’s atmosphere, such as planets, stars, asteroids, galaxies;
  • The Big Bang Theory

    The Big Bang Theory

    The most popular theory of our universe’s origin centers on a cosmic cataclysm unmatched in all of history – the
  • Stargazing

    Stargazing

    It seems mother earth has never been quite enough for mankind. Ever since the dawn of time, we have looked
  • Here Comes the Sun

    Here Comes the Sun

    The sunburst as a decorative motif probably has its roots in the halos surrounding saintly figures in medieval religious art.