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Going for the Big Twist

December 12, 2012

white poppies on black doubleSERIOUSLY BRIMMED and SERIOUSLY BRIMMED TOO

Piling on the visuals and making it all work is a challenge. It calls for a discerning eye and the courage to say STOP! Or KEEP IT COMING…one more layer of fabulousness won’t hurt. The trick is finding the common denominator. After that, the rest just falls into place.

We think the SERIOUSLY BRIMMED duo works like a pair of charms in this rich dining space featuring a popping poppy wall covering. The blue-ish gray of the skirts blend like buddah with the silvery frames, stainless steel lighting fixture and metal dining chairs. That, Doll, is the common denominator. We particularly appreciate the bowl of  red apples, picking up the lip color in such a creatively thoughtful way. And we always go for the big twist. Fashion illustrations in the dining room? Some would say no way but we say “of course!”

The Holidays are the perfect time to gift the fashionista on your list with a FASHION+ART print. You can bet your gift will be unique and original. The only one of its’ kind. So stop on by. The Gallery is always open.

4 Comments leave one →
  1. December 14, 2012 11:16 pm

    FASHION + ART needs to add INTERIOR DESIGN to the title.

    I am taken back by the way you present your artwork in such lavish home and office settings. And in rooms I never would have dreamed of hanging art. Thanks for opening my eyes to the possibilities of framed art, especially fashion illustrations, adding another dimension to my environment.

  2. December 14, 2012 11:35 pm

    Thanks Charlotte. That’s the goal, to show the absolute fun of fashion illustration in any environment, whether it’s your home or your place of business. Your hole in the wall behind the hair salon or your law office on the 60th floor of the Sears Tower. It’s all about the BIG TWIST!

  3. January 2, 2013 5:45 pm

    Happy New Year darling and I agree with Charlotte! I love your mock ups that show your diva-esque fashionable characters in different living spaces. Loving the seriously brimmed illustrations!

    • January 2, 2013 5:52 pm

      Thank you Stacey! And a hearty Happy New Year to you and your boys!

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