Friday, December 30, 2011
Wednesday, December 21, 2011
Sunday, December 4, 2011
Reading this morning's Sunday Telegraph, and checking out the "property" section I was immediately drawn to this beautiful converted millhouse in Hampshire owned by Deborah and Ric Medhurst, the owners of the childrenswear label No Added Sugar.
The couple have filled their home with contemporary art, amassed over the past decade, with pieces from Banksy, Gary Hume and Tracey Emin.
It's not all contemporary though - I love the antique armchairs but most of all the place is covered with books!
Tuesday, November 29, 2011
Tuesday, November 15, 2011
Monday, November 14, 2011
Tuesday, November 1, 2011
Feathered trinket box:
Pretty bowl - would look good filled with lemons and limes next to the Moroccan tray above:
Fornasetti inspired plate:
Wouldn't these look great on a cocktail table - also fill them with olives, nuts, etc:
Antlers = fun:
Great bud vases:
These are so nice for displaying delicate items:
Tuesday, October 4, 2011
Featured during the run of GIRL GROUP are works by California and New York artists including; Jhina Alvarado, Serena Bocchino, and “extreme Supreme”, Susaye Greene.
From a series, titled Forgotten Memories, Bay Area artist Jhina Alvarado uses oils and encaustic to obscure untold stories based on long forgotten photographs. The eyes are blocked out so that the viewer can take part of each memory as if it were their own.
Jhina Alvarado, Ready For The Beach, 24”x24”, Oil and encaustic on panel
Susaye Greene “Supreme/Extreme”, Supreme Joy, 23”x19”, Limited edition print
Carolyn Meyer, Midnight Mania, 36”x48”, Oil on canvas
Maxine Solomon, Structure of the Moment, 20”x20”, Oil on canvas
Deborah Brown, Zephyr and Zoe, 18”x24”, Oil on canvas
Chris Schiavo, Baptismal Dress, 7.5”x5.5”, Silver gelatin print
Suzanne Benton, Mutang II, 16.5”x12”x5”, Copper Coated steel
GIRL GROUP continues in the Project Gallery at ArtHaus through December 23, 2011. Also on exhibit in the Main Gallery, Woven Reflectioins – New Paintings by Gioi Tran.
Voted BEST ART GALLERY IN THE BAY AREA two years running.
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