Wednesday Walls: Video Art Sculpture Series

It’s Wednesday. What’s on your walls?

Check out this clever  and contemporary #video #art #sculpture #series by artist @CaseyFarina at the acclaimed and recently remodeled Mountain Shadows Resort in ParadiseValley;s gallery. Their gallery space is curated by internationally renown gallerist John Reyes of Reyes Contemporary Art. I think this black and white video art series of sculptures is completely captivating. Digital art can be fine art.

 

 

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Tabletop Tuesday: Bark + Pine + Feathers

Tabletop Tuesday celebrates the commencement of my favorite time of year. Autumn leaves, falling pine cones, pine tree needles and tree bark browns fill the earth.

For today’s inspiration, a brown stoneware setting is filled with pine cones on a table with earth and sand linen. The peacock feathers are meant to add color and celebrate their symbolism of integrity, nobility, protection and watchfulness.

We live in a time when living with integrity is critical. We are called to behave in a noble way in all things with all people. We are called to protect each other. It can all start by taking a seat at the table. #soulstylespace

Modern Monday: Harmonic Transition

Modern Monday transitions us into fall with this elegant, moody and sculptural room with warm hues of brown. Walnut, maple, acorn and limestone flavors comprise this monochromatic space full of texture and dimension.

Take another look at the wall paneling, ceiling and staircase. Black is judiciously utilized to frame the fireplace and for the staircase railing. One of the key elements of setting the mood of this room is the lighting. It is placed in key areas to produce a seductive flow of illumination overhead, along the staircase steps and below staircase curve and above the fire. Lighting is silent and powerful.

Grab a blanket, a warm beverage of choice and snuggle up next to the fire. The season is starting.

Tabletop Tuesday: Verve

Tabletop Tuesday has some verve! Red, black and a splash of chili pepper red. Add some layers of shapes, sizes, patterns and retro fabulosity to really take it the edge. Spice up your tabletop with your food for a wonderful epicurean adventure.

Modern Monday: Striking Deco

Modern Monday features this striking black and white Paris apartment with Swedish Art Deco red chair and piano. This space is simple, but curated with distinctive pieces that bring style, interest and harmony. Via Architectural Digest.

Tabletop Tuesday: Harvest Gold

Tabletop Tuesday transitions us into the autumn season with this savory golden yellow plate with brown edging, vintage amber glass, vintage Thai brass and rosewood flatware and a heaping portion of seashells.

What are you serving for your autumn celebration?

This is an original place setting by Yvette Craddock Designs.

Modern Monday: Metallic Harvest Gold

Modern Monday celebrates the lush harvest gold velvet lounges of Coast in BC. These space has a succulent, moody vibe with joyous overtones.

The color is opulent yet welcoming. The metallic gold surfaces on the base of the furniture, accent tables and chandelier lighting reflect the light like rays of sun. The metallic wall panels infuse more color, texture and visual interest further accented by the placement of lighting.

This is a must stop while you are in B.C. Luxury design at its finest.

Tabletop Tuesday: Smoky Blues

Tabletop Tuesday’s place setting blends matte and shinny plates in blues and browns with a touch of brass inlaid in rosewood. Combine vintage glassware and beige linens for a casual design.

Modern Monday: Luscious Velvet

Modern Monday’s space is this scrumptious blue velvet deep sectional flanked by light grey textured walls and plush carpet with dark harvest gold velvet chair and globe lighting fixture. The dimensional mirror brightens and broadens the room for the finishing dramatic effect. Bold, simple statements can make a room personalized and finished. Via Arcadian Home.

Tabletop Tuesday: Indigenius Grace

Tabletop Tuesday features smooth, taupe and bone dishware placed on top of a sophisticated, textured and patterned linen. The combination is like yin and yang. A silky murmur against a velvet baritone.

In this place setting, I added vintage glassware and a decorative bowl influenced by the indigenous design on the taupe linen pattern that elegantly announces the red and black rhythmic design.

Enjoy your food. Give grace over your food. Like a beautiful song, transport yourself to another place through design and food selections.