Tag Archives: sculpture
Studio Tour: Cedri / Martini

Studio Tour: Cedri / Martini

Many thanks to the Vicenza Chamber of Commerce for planning such an interesting itinerary during my recent trip. According to the website Made in Vicenza, the region boasts more than 86,000 companies, mostly small and medium-sized businesses manufacturing home goods and jewelry. If you’re a designer or boutique owner looking for quality products to differentiate […]

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Don and Jackie Open House Update

Don and Jackie Open House Update

Jackie’s recent art installation was far too large to bring indoors, but her largest piece of work is the house itself – the ultimate container for Don and Jackie’s possessions, memories, art and lives.  For some people, houses are strictly utilitarian; and for some people, they’re more about the Joneses – neighborhood jewelry.  But some […]

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Open House: Karl, Dawn, Kitt and Kendall’s La Grange Life

Open House: Karl, Dawn, Kitt and Kendall’s La Grange Life

Karl and Dawn knew they were tempting fate when the visual display merchandisers flaunted Marshall Field’s rules about dating co-workers, but their near instantaneous attraction could not be denied and a mere two shifts after meeting they were an item, hot and heavy.  Six weeks later they were engaged and one year later it was […]

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Studio Tour: Painter and Sculptor Karl Fresa

Studio Tour: Painter and Sculptor Karl Fresa

I first discovered Karl Fresa’s art and sculpture at Room Service, Andersonville’s mid-century furniture and accessories shop (you can read my profile here), so I was excited when I recently had the opportunity to meet he and his wife Dawn when I shot their house for Strange Closets.  Unlike some who cannot work unless they […]

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Spotted: Friend and Contributor Albert Tanquero at Lucy Slivinski’s Show (you must go)

Spotted: Friend and Contributor Albert Tanquero at Lucy Slivinski’s Show (you must go)

Here’s what Albert had to say about the show: “I thought the show was thought provoking and very conceptual. If I were in the studio alone I would have felt I was weaving between dreams- lightness, joy, some of it felt aggressive. It was also whimsical and playful. It’s always hard to describe art- I […]

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Interview: Artist Sharon Bladholm on Activism, Ecology and Documenting a Changing World

Interview: Artist Sharon Bladholm on Activism, Ecology and Documenting a Changing World

I recently had the pleasure to interview Sharon Bladholm for a piece that will appear in the upcoming Spring issue of CS Interiors; as it turns out, we both love to talk and our digressions were just as interesting as the topic at hand.  Sharon’s interest in the ecology, the environment and accompanying scientists on […]

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Interview: Lucy Slivinski, Artist and Sculptor

Interview: Lucy Slivinski, Artist and Sculptor

I first experienced Lucy Slivinski’s wire sculptures in the hallway outside artist Michael Thompson’s studio (the two are neighbors in the oh-so-cool 319 Albany). Around the same time a number of people started e-mailing me to suggest I interview the accomplished artist and designer.

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