Jason Bryant’s “Win, Place, Show” is on display at In Good Company in New York City until November 21, 2008. A great designer once told me that kitchens should be furnished with fabric, artwork – elements you normally don’t think of when you are planning your kitchen design. So after you’ve picked out the hard … Read more
I attended an interesting lecture today given by Susan Lanoue of Lanoue Fine Art and Dennis Duffy of Duffy Design Group on the use of fine art in interiors. The luncheon/lecture was for interior designers and how we can best work with our clients. I’ve previously blogged about Lanoue Fine Art. It was so nice … Read more
The South Street Gallery is located in Hingham, MA. Get more information here.
Scituate, MA based Darlene Bradlee is a multi-dimensional artist whose work in the visual arts includes photography, painting, and mixed media work. I’ve always enjoyed Darlene’s photography for her saturated colors and spirited subjects. I was just introduced to her fantastic mixed media pieces (where have I been to have missed these!!) including these trays … Read more
The annual Winter Juried Show is a tradition at the Art Complex Museum in Duxbury, MA. Eli Cedrones’ painting, Autrefois, was one of 100 works, selected from over 500 entries for this highly competitive, exhibition. The festive opening reception was held on February 2nd. The exhibition will be open to the public until April 13th, … Read more
Marie Fox, a noted folk art painter, has launched her “A painting a day” studio on Etsy and also has a new blog. Welcome to the wonderful world of blogging, Marie! These small scale oil on board paintings are so sweet!Check out Marie’s shop here.
I was at a friend’s house the other day and she’d just bought a lovely shower curtain from local watercolor artist Jill Flynne and I thought I should share her work. I met Jill several year’s ago when we were both members of the South Shore Women’s Business Network. Her work enjoys great local popularity … Read more
A piece about Lucretia Chase in this month’s South Shore Living magazine really caught my eye. Her tapestries, depicting natural landscapes, are made from all natural materials from linen and mohair to dried grasses and shells. Her work hangs in private homes and corporate spaces, including the Xerox corporate offices. These photographs don’t really capture … Read more
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