Prestigious Publications

Peta Sanderson has earned a reputation for professional excellence and artistic talent, attracting a discriminating clientele who expect a high standard. She has been in the Faux Finishing and Mural Industry for over 25 years and is trusted by people of international acclaim.

Following are some examples of magazine, book and newspaper articles that demonstrate the caliber and scale of projects on which Peta has worked. For more information or to schedule a free consultation, call or email Peta to discuss your project.

Polaroid composition of Venice mural
prestigious Publications

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Faux pedestal for Medusa sculpture – Legion of Honor Museum, San Francisco

Pedestal for Bernini’s Medusa: Legion of Honor Museum For the first time in the US Bernini’s ‘Medusa’ comes to SF. It was on view at the Legion of Honor late 2011- Feb. 19th, 2012, it is a remarkable Baroque masterpiece and one part of the rarely traveled “Dream of Rome” project. This remarkable marble sculpture […]

Oakland Cathedral of Christ the Light

New Cathedral Open for Worship “Hundreds of parishioners joined four cardinals and priests from throughout the state for the dedication ceremony at the Cathedral of Christ the Light in Oakland… the $190 million structure, which will be the principal church of the Oakland Diocese of the Roman Catholic Church… The most revolutionary thing about the […]

Orlando-Diaz Azcuy coffee table size designs book front cover Orlando Diaz-Azcuy

A Design and Architecture Giant “San Francisco-based Orlando Diaz-Azcuy’s mastery of the interior has made him one of America’s most renowned designers. One of the West Coast’s most well-respected interior architects, his elegantly composed rooms speak volumes of his spare, intelligent, and disciplined touch… Orlando Diaz-Azcuy has been an epic if under-recognized influence to interior […]

Architectural Digest Magazine article – Peta’s Porto Fino mural.

Pacific Heights Redux The Spirit of San Francisco Reincarnated in a 1904 Italianate Mansion Architectural Digest – February 1993 issue (pages 132 and 133) Mural of Porto Fino A restoration of a refurbished San Francisco house, it was built before 1906 in a style some refer to as “Robber Baroni”. The designers wanted to restore […]

Gentry Design Magazine article

An Umbrian Farmhouse in Northern California “A storybook-beautiful Umbrian farmhouse becomes a home away from Rome for a couple ties to the warm traditions of Italy. A slice of the central Italian countryside perched in the foothills of the santa cruz Mountains, the retreat that Frank and Marilyn Dorsa called La Rusticana conjures Old World […]

Gentry Design Magazine article
Opera Give and take:

Donor’s Lounge, San Francisco Opera House 22 Carat, Gilded mirror frames. a Vermillion ceiling above and beautifully marbleized pedestals below, all working in harmony to create the perfect backdrop for donor conversation. Ceiling created by Peta Sanderson

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