The clouds parted and our art program skyrocketed last year. We added new artists to our roster and showcased more exceptional work. And everywhere we looked we saw the art and design community flourishing. Cheers to all the artists, designers, and clients who make us look good. Their creativity and diligent work build a better and brighter world. Below are a few of our favorite projects from this past year. Imagine what 2016 will bring.


Judith Foosaner’s dynamic painting perfectly suits this super sophisticated pied-à-terre designed by David Oldroyd of the powerhouse design firm ODADA (Orlando Diaz-Azcuy Design Associates). Installed in the clients’ entry, the painting’s title Breaking and Entering #14 injects irony into this high-rise project atop Russian Hill. With the space’s breathtaking city views, floor to ceiling glass walls, and austere architecture, Oldroyd also wanted his luxurious furnishings to provide some fun. Everything is playful and inviting. Photography by John Merkl. View more of artist Judith Foosaner’s work at Sloan Miyasato Fine Art here.


Noted Bay Area designer Dara Rosenfeld created a stylish home away from home for her New York based client who travels regularly to San Francisco. Set like a small, high quality jewel, this petite residence in Nob Hill is the epitome of understatement. Rosenfeld’s pairing of the spare and smart collages by Kathryn Van Dyke with the spaces was brilliant. Both the artist and designer are experts at economy of scale and favor the found object. Rosenfeld mixes contemporary pieces with antiques and treasure hunt finds. Artist Kathryn Van Dyke paints over pages taken from books and manuscript auction catalogues. Photography by John Merkl. View more of Van Dyke’s work at Sloan Miyasato Fine Art here.




This year the San Francisco Museum of Art reopens after undergoing a dramatic expansion. Our curator Michelle Bello is proud to announce SFMOMA has recently acquired a second painting by artist Marc Katano for their collection. This piece is from the same series on view at Sloan Miyasato Fine Art. To view more of Katano’s work click here.

Other artists in the collection of SFMOMA whose work is available at Sloan Miyasato Fine Art include the following:

Tauba Auerbach
Larry Bell
Ross Bleckner
Pegan Brooke
Squeak Carnwath
Mark Erickson
Kota Ezawa
Robert Hudson
Hung Liu
Sean McFarland
Ed Moses
Mimi Plumb
Laurie Reid
Gregg Renfrow
Kathryn Van Dyke
Catherine Wagner

Tommy Talbot
(415) 431-1465

Sloan Miyasato
2 Henry Adams Street, Suite 212
San Francisco, CA 94103

Monday through Friday, 9am to 5pm

Michelle Bello Fine Art Consulting
(415) 317-5975

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