Sunday, June 6, 2010

Tie One On- Steve Maloney -Head to Toe Trunk Show at Wilkes Bashford


Meet the artist: Steve will also be on hand throughout the day to showcase his works.Head-to-Toe trunk show
WILKES BASHFORD IN SAN FRANCISCO
DATE: Saturday June 12, 2010
TIME: 10am to 6pm
LOCATION: Wilkes Bashford, at 375 Sutter Street in San Francisco.
www.SteveMaloney.com
info@artbymaloney.com

415*2262557

Art By Maloney
PO Box 7230
Rancho Santa Fe, California 92067

858-756-4088

Do take a look at some of my friend Steve's other amazing works of art by clicking on his website above and go to the links!

Art created out of actual parts of Nascar Vehicles

Booty Call

Items seized at Airport Security after 911

I have seen Steve's Studio in Rancho Santa Fe and it is the most amazing creative space ever!

Images Courtesy of Steve Maloney

52 comments:

Mary Ann said...

hope to see more of his work, a gifted artist! have a great weekend! verbena cottage

Lindsey said...

his work is so fun! wish i lived in the area.

lindsey
www.insidestoop.com

pilcuis said...

lovely work!! I've never heard of him!

http://fashionablemente.blogspot.com/

Dancing Branflake said...

How fun! A trunk show in SF sounds so energizing right now.

Ragland Hill Social by Gwen Driscoll said...

love this. great to hear from you always. have a great week.

Maria Killam said...

That is so creative!!

Debra said...

Love this sort of creation-it never ceases to amaze me what artisits can come up with to inspire us! You always share the best with us.

annechovie said...

How amazing, Karen. Very interesting. Have a terrific week. xx

Monica@The White Bench said...

Hello Karena,
thanks for stopping by and leaving a lovely note.
This work is so creative! I'm off to check the links.
Monica.

The Shiny Pebble said...

What a fantastic way to re-use these unlikely items. Any guy would love to have any of his pieces in their spaces.

Lisa Lisa Lisa said...

How very interesting!!! And, I must say, I have been meaning to get myself over to SanFran; this is another reason too!

Regarding your comment; I too would have had trouble letting that purse go..

Diana Mieczan said...

Such a great pieces...I wish I could see it!
Happy Monday my dear!
Ps: I am so happy you like my header, Thank you

Easy and Elegant Life said...

Nice venue!

NASCAR pieces? One man's trash reworked into a treasure.

Len♥reNeverM♥re said...

amazing how this artist can reuse things~ SF is one of the best city in the world in my opinion!
xo

brismod said...

How cool. He must be highly imagnative to create art from old racing cars. Thanks for stopping by and say hello too. xx Anita

brismod said...

Sorry, I typed that too fast and didn't re-read it until it was too late!

Marcus Design said...

I just love all the different forms of art! I really like the use of the pieces of actual Nascar race cars! So interesting. Thanks for popping by my blog, I appreciate it!
Nancy

Saara @ GEORGE Interior Design said...

Those bronze ties look beautiful...lovely shapes! Thanks so much for stopping by our blog and for your comments. We love getting them!

Kelle Dame said...

something my hubby would love! So interesting!

Thanks for stopping by my blog! I love to see new visiters! I am your newest follower :)

Maya said...

So very creative!!

The Red Umbrella said...

What a great way to recycle! You know we love that.

Terry said...

Thanks for visiting and telling me about Mr. Maloney. You've got to keep your eye on those artists at all time - they are liable to turn YOU in to art.

Mackenzie {Design Darling} said...

race car art? way cool! thanks for the introduction to his work and for your lovely comment on my blog last week. i hope you're having a great day!

Estelle said...

Oh, that looks like fun.

Thanks for stopping by my little part of the world. It's nice to hear from you.

Estelle

sinnlighet said...

Thanks you so much for your sincerely & nice comments on my Wabi & Sabi blog. I'm always so happy when I find them. Your blog is a pearl & this post is so cool, like Mr Maloney!!

As you know I have a short blog break for the moment (a few weeks to). Please don't forget me ;)

By the Way, in my last post, I have a wonderful giveaway, a Turkish Kelim Pillow, I promise you'll love it. I hope you want to be my guest in the contest.

Love to You from Summer Sweden & Agneta

The Zhush said...

Would love to see this man's studio, his work looks very cool! Thanks for the intro.

SabinePsynopsis said...

Oh why is California so far away?!?! Thanks for showing his work on your blog.

Teresa Hatfield said...

Love his work! Wish I could see the exhibit.
Teresa

Chic 'n Cheap Living said...

Hi Karena, Steve creates such cool stuff! Well if you're in NYC next time, there are always fun bloggers around!

TheEccentricLady said...

Karena, You won my give away! I tried contacting you but I'll try here. I need your address. email me at cooper585@earthlink.net Thanks

Gypsy Purple said...

Thanks for the link!!!

joven said...

hi, you have nice blog.. u can view also mine..http://akoniwares.blogspot.com

Jacqueline Carlisle said...

Hi Karena, thanks for stopping by my blog. Your blog is fantastic (art history major here) a good mix of posts.

Mary Ann said...

hi karena, just dropping by to say hi and wanna thank you for visiting my blog. have a great day..verbena cottage

laurie @ bargain hunting said...

I love when artists make something wonderful out of something that might be thrown away. This looks like a very creative artist. laurie

Linnea W said...

What an interesting blog you have! Thanks for visiting my Water Wednesday shot. I love your seaside painting. I hope it found a great home!

Karena said...

Thanks to all for your wonderful comments. Isn't it fun to see something creative that is exciting and unique!

Karena
Art by Karena

pretty pink tulips said...

Love that Wilkes Bashford store --- always loved going in when I lived in San Fran. And...Nascar. When I moved to Charlotte I was introduced to it never believing I would come to enjoy it! That...and lunch with Jeff Gordon, changed my mind!

*Chic Provence* said...

thanks it sounds great! I'll try to stop in...

thanks too for visiting my blog, have a great weekend!

xx Kit

Bela said...

Wow!! That's art. That's recycled. That's great!!! I'd never heard of his work before. Thank you Karena for introducing me this piece of art and thank you for dropping by belachadebaunilha.blogspot.com
A huge Brazilian hug! Bela.

Struggler said...

Very interesting work! I would enjoy seeing more of his art.

Poppies and Sunshine said...

I would love to see this artist's work! Thank you so much for stopping by :) I appreciate it!!

Dumbwit Tellher said...

It's truly amazing to see the creativity in others. Constantly amazes me and Steve is no different only just as incredibly talented. And..to have his studio in Rancho Santa Fe. We have a home in Rancho Bernardo & the entire area is so gorgeous and I miss it so.

Karena hope you have a lovely Sunday!

My Passport to Style said...

Hi there, thank-you for your lovely comment, what an incredible concept, love the vibrant colours! Sharon xx

Helena - A Diary of Lovely said...

so fun and colorful, definitely very very creative!!

Cristin said...

I was in SF last night for dinner! Rats... read this too late.

xo,
cristin

OneCraftyFox said...

Ooh! You will have to post some pics if you attended. Hope you had a lovely weekend :)

Privet and Holly said...

Very cool, Karena!
Know that you will have a
blast, consorting with fellow
artists and taking it all in
with a blogger's eye, as well!
xx Suzanne

Mona Thompson said...

Really neat stuff. Very creative. Thanks for visiting my blog as well. I really appreciate it. Mona

Diana Mieczan said...

So creative and colouful...Enjoy your day:) Greetings

LiveLikeYou said...

What a cool idea-love creativity out of recycled items. they way of the future!

SPLENDEROSA said...

Yes, creative people can truly make something out of nothing. Come see what Catherine's wearing over on my post. xx's

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