these "surprise gift of art to wife + moving to the philippines" art scams are so lame. you'd think the architects could be more convincing. also, they could be less repetitive and use punctuation properly! are they bots? their editorial statements are hilarious > #worthit #goodstuff #nodontsendacheck
(as delivered, after i provided a link for purchase)
So I'm trying to gather some good
stuff to make this event a surprise one. I am buying the art work of
$2,800 as a gifts to her.I'm okay with the price, I think it's worth
anyway, so I'll be sending a check.
What a thrill to be interviewed and featured in the "Artist Spotlight" over at The English Room. I have known designer + curator Holly Hollingsworth Phillips for about five years as we are perennial participants at The Southern Coterie Summit. In that time, I have enjoyed (+ studied) Holly's interior design + lifestyle blog, her strong and sophisticated color play, and - no surprise - her great skill in finding the best kaftans to be had across the globe.
Please enjoy the feature, all the great artists spotlights that have already been offered and all that Holly graciously shares via The English Room.
This Savannah treescape made in 2010 thrives in a New Hampshire kitchen.
Enough with the dirty laundry. Made of repurposed fabrics, these abstracted botanicals remind us of the first swells and sounds of spring. While the size matches a typical dish towel, these are not your momma's kitchen linens.
More "freSH" showing May 1-9 at 1704Lincoln, Savannah, GA, 31401.
This work is now available on my new site. It's a free-standing piece that has been painted on PVC panel. This type of panel allows the artist to exploit the transparent and translucent qualities of water-based media. The entire box is built with the material.