More arrangements of all things art, prints and even plates. More the merrier!
|Annie Schlecter||Alexandra Rowley|
|Megan Morton||Pieter Estersohn|
|Paul Whicheloe||Cindy Ray|
|Betty Wasserman||Sue Rohrer|
|Earl Carter||Jackson Aaron|
|Jackson Aaron||Noel Jeffrey|
That fabric is awesome nathalie but I don’t know who makes it. Maybe someone out there has the magazine that photo was in (I think I do but can’t remember which, and I don’t have time to look before going to work) where it might mention where the fabric came from. Anyone?
I love framearrangements like that!
they are really great!
i love this post! have been looking for images for a post on things “well hung” and would love to borrow some of these, if it is ok! firstname.lastname@example.org
Sure josiebird – but I gotta say that when I read the words “well hung”, I almost spit up my dinner. Now THAT is classic. 🙂
I am so glad that you guys post about “hanging art”. I think its hard to come up with ideas for the right placement of artwork and pictures. Thanks for the inspiration. 🙂
Very inspirational pics. Many of the arrangements still seem to keep a clean minimalistic feel – even with a number of works of art being displayed
Hello Kim & Jo 🙂
i know its out of subject since the post talks about art, but would you know what fabric is used on the sofas on the Annie Schlecter image ? ( i love it )