The Acc Preview & Trunk Show

Home décor artists from across the country under one roof at Fort Mason Center for a three-day celebration of all things handmade. Of these artists, 15 esteemed artists from San Francisco were selected through a rigorous jury process and will exhibit their unique pieces on the national stage.

The work of these artists from across the state touches on every medium, from ceramics and wood to jewelry and furniture. The artists will display their one-of-a-kind creations on the show floor from Friday, August 8 through Sunday, August 10 at the Fort Mason Center, Festival Pavilion. Those in attendance will get the chance to touch, feel and explore high-quality American craft like never before. Attendees can purchase tickets prior to the Show online at www.craftcouncil.org/sf.

San Francisco-based artists participating in the show include:

  • Yu Jean Choi, Metal
  • Petra Class, Furniture & Lighting
  • Bob Darchi, Basketry
  • Forest Dickey, Furniture
  • Sandra Enterline, Jewelry Metal
  • Michael Gard, Metal
  • Eileen Goldenberg, Mixed Media
  • Sarah Hassler, Jewelry Metal
  • Audrey Jung, Fashion Accessories
  • Brian Sabado, Leather Wearable and Accessories
  • David Sekoll, Metal
  • Michael Szabo, Metal
  • Niki Ulehlia, Jewelry Metal
  • David Whippen, Metal
  • Ealish Wilson, Fiber Decorative

Other Bay Area artists participating in the show include:

  • Yan Inlow, Fiber Decorative (Alameda)
  • Christina Goodman, Jewelry Non-Metal (Alameda)
  • Elizabeth Lundburg, Wood-Turned (Benicia)
  • Damien Jones, Ceramics (Berkeley)
  • James Whiting, Ceramics (Berkeley)
  • Carol Lee Shanks, Fashion Wearables (Berkeley)
  • John Liston, Furniture & Lighting (Berkeley)
  • Judy Stone, Metal – Enamel (El Cerrito)
  • Barbara Sebastian, Ceramics (Fairfax)
  • Falcher Fusager, Jewelry Enamel (Fairfield)
  • Davide Bigazzi, Jewelry Metal (Menlo Park)
  • Barry Uden, Wood-Turned (Morgan Hill)
  • Dean Bensen, Glass (Mountain View)
  • Robert Zlomke, Furniture & Lighting (Napa)
  • Toni Bowes Seymore, Fiber Decorative (Novato)
  • Lynne Meade, Ceramics (Oakland)
  • Itsuko Zenitani, Ceramics (Oakland)
  • David Kalish, Kaleidoscopes (Oakland)
  • J. Brooke Patterson, Mixed Media (Oakland)
  • Alex Santamaria, Metal (Petaluma)
  • Earl Enriquez, Furniture & Lighting (San Carlos)
  • Arlene Wohl, Fashion Wearables (San Rafael)
  • Gregg Hessel, Metal (San Rafael)
  • Wendy Gold, Other Media (San Rafael)
  • Lynn Wood, Ceramics (Santa Rosa)
  • Isabella Posillico, Jewelry Metal (Santa Rosa)
  • Genevieve Yang, Jewelry Metal (Santa Rosa)
  • Richard David, Leather Wearable and Accessories (Santa Rosa)
  • Juline Beier, Fiber Decorative (Sausalito)
  • Gerald Arrington, Ceramics (Sebastopol)
  • Cheryl Constantini, Ceramics (Sebastopol)
  • Mikio Matsumoto, Ceramics (Sebastopol)
  • Jerry Kermode, Wood-Turned (Sebastopol)
  • Roxanne Ahlborn, Fashion Accessories (Sonoma)
  • Suellen Fowler, Glass (Vallejo)

About The American Craft Council

No one understands the world of artful living better than the American Craft Council. The national nonprofit educational organization has been shaping the artisanal craft movement for decades, serving as a craft chronicler, tastemaker, convener and provocateur through its bimonthly magazine American Craft, annual juried shows presenting artists and their work, thought leadership conferences, awards for excellence, research library, workshops and seminars. For additional information visit craftcouncil.org or follow us on Facebook at facebook.com/CraftCouncil and on Twitter at twitter.com/craftcouncil.