Before all the wedding madness
started last month I did a triptych painting for my lawyer daughter
's office. Something in the colors she loves, that wouldn't distract her clients but be interesting, and that I could do quickly. Viola! It's not what I normally do but it was a very fun, easy artistic workout for me. Now when she sends me a photo of them in her space I'll share it with you. For now, you'll have to see it in the studio.
panels are 2' x 4' each • acrylic on canvas
It's very different from the one I did for her Graduation present. And I use the term "Graduation present" loosely here, since it took me 3 years to finally finish it. And now that I have tried to find an image of it, to upload, I realize that I never had it professionally photographed for my files. Geez! An artist is never supposed to let a piece out that hasn't been recorded. Someone should fire me. Dang.
I'll upload a version when I take a photo of it. So what do you think?
Here is a bedroom design inspired by the artwork of Jeffrey Hein.
I've always liked the painting of his above the bed so I chose that one to pull together this bedroom.
Art & Interiors: Jeffrey Hein Artwork
I want to sit in that leather swivel chair and run my feet through that wool rug. Awww.........