The language of “art” can seem high and lofty, reserved for translation by a discerning few. (If only there were an app for that). From avant-garde abstracts to the raw, natural elements of realism, the diversity can be daunting when it comes to identifying the right piece. Couple with that, the perception that art is meant primarily for the “hallowed halls” of luxury environments.
The interior of a home conveys a visual narrative about the life and interests of its owners. Dorothy Willetts spoke these words at a panel discussion titled “Start With the Art” at the Winter 2018 Las Vegas Market, held Jan. 28-Feb. 1 at the World Market Center.
In The American House, editor Hannah Jenkins endeavors to explore the breadth of the country’s recent architecture, curating 100 homes by over 50 architects, including Robert A.M. Stern, Olson Kindig, and our very own Vintage Club Retreat.
I saw these four etchings of linear block images by Sean Scully the same week I took a cross-country flight over mid-America. Gazing down on green and brown plowed fields, I was reminded of the Scullys. I then received samples of a new fabric from Dedar and realized I had my next vignette. Scully, born […]