Dynasty Collections

Dynasty Collections

There are various Chinese blue and white pottery and porcelain objects from the Tang Dynasty through today that are viable collector’s purchases across a range of price points. Here are a few authentic pieces that caught my eye based upon their unusual shapes...
Art: LOVE

Art: LOVE

One of my favorite public art pieces is the Love sculpture by Robert Indiana. This pop art icon was created in 1970. Since then, it has been reproduced and displayed globally. I have seen this sculpture in Scottsdale, Los Angeles, Philly, Dallas and New York. LOVE is...
Wednesday Walls: Bold, Contemporary Art

Wednesday Walls: Bold, Contemporary Art

Art makes the difference in any room. You can add movement, color, texture and meaning by intentionally selecting art that completes a space’s story. Large, bold and contemporary art was strategically placed throughout this house. Each room’s art selections...
Wednesday Art: Digital Dutch

Wednesday Art: Digital Dutch

Celebrate the fine art of Dutch visual artist Ruud van Empel. He is internationally known for creating digital photography that makes the viewer question what is real and what is artificially created. In this 2006 collection, World #19, children and adolescents are...
Art Forms: Floor Form

Art Forms: Floor Form

Sometimes art lives on the floor of your home like this Zaha Hadid chaise. Zaha Hadid was born in Iraq in 1950 and later moved to London to study architecture. Her outstanding command of math, forms and substrates equated to her pioneering vision that was commissioned...
Geometric Butterflies

Geometric Butterflies

How about some midweek artistic inspiration? I love this Untitled, geometric piece created by American artist Mark Grotjahn based in Los Angeles. His signature is bold, color-dense paintings in abstract style. This framed colored pencil on paper piece is part of...

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