A solo exhibition of furniture design by Cheryl R. Riley, the founder and principal designer of Right Angle Interiors in San Francisco. Many of her design commissions are on display, such as work for the San Francisco Bayview Police Station and a pair of coin-encrusted Tudor Tables. Riley is deeply influenced by her African-American heritage, which is reflected in her choices of material and form. Riley's work is now a part of the Cooper-Hewitt National Design Museum’s African-American Design Archives.
furniture, American, African-American, women and design, tables, exhibitions, permanent collection