Thursday, January 17, 2013

Lucky Seven Party February 1

We had a really great party.  Thanks to Lauren Venell for letting us join her show.  A huge thanks goes to Brian McHugh, a great friend and client.  He made an interactive art project for the party -an 8' long see-saw balanced precariously with building blocks highlighting Divisadero Street old and new.  Our job was to keep the see-saw in balance.

Brian playing with the blocks.

Seven years in business and I feel lucky.  Lucky to have started when construction was booming.  Lucky to have made it through when it was not.  Lucky to have clients trust me with their homes, their businesses and their savings.  Lucky to have developed a great team of contractors and consultants to work with.  Thanks to all of you who have made me so lucky!

Please come help me celebrate Lucky 7 on February 1, 2013 from 6-9  at 600 Divisadero St. x Hayes.
The party is in the Rare Device store.  Our office is located in the loft space at the back of the store.

As an added bonus local artist Lauren Venell will be showing her work and a curated show called Sustenance about the history of place that is 600 Divisadero Street.

Lauren's show description: 600 Divisadero Street has provided nourishment to everyone around it for over 150 years. Since 1876 this piece of pasture has housed an orphanage, a neighborhood meat market, and now, Rare Device and Red Dot Studio. Each of these institutions has fed the community--sometimes with food, and sometimes with more spiritual sustenance, as a place for neighbors to gather and feel at home. The community also feeds 600 Divis, much like tributaries feed a river. Generations of San Franciscans have flowed through here, sometimes stopping and spending time with the people, goods and spaces that have grown and changed here over time.

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