Home sweet home
HWY 22X 12 is holding court in this wonderful setting. Thanks to West One Design. Photography by Yianni.
The best of friends, especially now that the beautiful flower has completed the circle. IIWAIB 12d and TDOTA 01 joined at the hip thanks to espace d.
Hawks Series 28 is enjoying the echoes of laughter from the dinner party last night.
IAOTA 28 is sitting pretty in this light-filled room.
World traveller. Created in Iceland, Land 02, gets to live amongst artists and philosophers in Vienna, Austria. Photography by Katharina Rossboth.
When Hawks Series 61 saw the couch, it knew it would be right at home. Thanks to AR&S and Article.
IIWAMR 18 gets to partake in the most interesting conversations. Thanks to Twenty One Tonnes.
Paperworks 23 is beautifully situated in this bright and elegant NYC penthouse, lucky duck! Thanks to Mitchell Freedland Design.
Hawks Series 145 wrote me a note saying how much it loved its new surroundings. It had met a blanket that had arrived years earlier from Ireland.
I spy with my little eye something that is round. Here is Waterbucket 01 completely at home in the Swiss Alps.
This setting is all about scale and texture. Untitled 05 soaking it all up thanks to West One Design. Photography by Yianni.
Hawks Series 57 is improving its multi-lingual skills in Davos, Switzerland.
I can still feel the paint brush gliding across the panel while creating Quarry Series 01 (66″x77″). I love working on this scale! Thanks AR&S and Dekora.
Such a fabulous vignette. I love the reflection in the mirror. Georgia Series 03 couldn’t be happier thanks to living with two art enthusiasts.
Quarry Series 02 was so big (66″ x 99″) it didn’t fit into the elevator, so some very kind souls carried it up many flights of stairs. Now that is dedication to the Arts!
Traces 15 is a glow in this contemplative space. Thanks to West One Design. Photography by Yianni.
Hawks Series 66 is delighted it gets to welcome all the lovely guests in this beautifully warm setting. Thanks to BOX Interior Design.
Space vs Density 1 & 2 are contemplating urban and rural space in Richmond City Hall, thanks to the Richmond Art Gallery.
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