I'm eternally searching art for clients' homes and of course, my own too. During my missions, there are always pieces that that I just can't get over (whether they are available for purchase or not). If I had a bigger bank account, I'd happily buy them all. But until then, I'll just have to digitally obsess. Join me...
|Blues Section, 2011 by Stanford Kay - acrylic on canvas, 38x42" - via Wally Workman Gallery|
|By Sarah Giannobile|
|Boundary of Surface, by Danna Ray - via Nahcotta|
|Lost and Found, 2012, by Madeline Denaro, acrylic with polymers on canvas, 65x63"|
|October, 2012, by Belynda Henry, acrlyic on canvas, 36x66"|
|Solarium, 2012, by Jeremy Miranda, acrylic on panel, 16x20" - via Mammoth and Company|
|Hemoglobin, by Erin McIntosh, 20"sq - via Gregg Irby Fine Art|
|Fathom Painting No.1, 2010, by Oliver Jeffers, oil and letraset on canvas, 28x48"|
|Cellar Stairs, 2012, by Jeremy Miranda, acrylic on wood panel, 14x18" - via Sebastian Foster|
Ugh, I wish my art budget was bigger! I seriously covet all of the above. Maybe I'll get one as a Valentine's Day or birthday gift :) Art is definitely the perfect present since it can be enjoyed for a lifetime - it's just too bad that it's rarely inexpensive!