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Thursday, April 5, 2012

The art of the chair

What a crazy week. I have so much to share but no time to write. One of the things I have been working on is my new logo. I have played around with many ideas and can't seem to settle on just one. The only thing I know for sure is that I want it to include a chair.


Do you know Anne Harwell? She is a very talented artist who paints a great chair ... don't you think?


The moment I saw them I knew I had to have one. The prints are only $30. You can see more on her Etsy shop. The chair to the far right is a painting of one of Anna Spiro's chairs.


This is the one that I chose. It is a glicee print of an original gouache/ink painting done for Courtney Barnes (Style Court). I loved it so much I even splurged for some postage stamps!


I have to run ... off to help my daughter with the baby for a few days. xo

7 comments:

Town and Country Gals said...

Sherri,
the chair prints are very cute, The one over your desk is my favorite also, love the colors! Looks great in your office! I know you're enjoying your time with that adorable baby!
Rebecca

PriscilaPetersDecor said...

So creative! I love it! And I adore the wall art.
Have fun with your family!

pve design said...

I love Anne and hope one day to sit side by side and share paint and a beverage would be nice.
Your wall is lovely and enjoy time with your daughter.
Happy Easter~
pve

Marianne {Style For Living} said...

Adore the chairs! Have a very Happy Easter with your family! xo

designchic said...

I absolutely love her work and your choice is fabulous - love the colors!!

Holly said...

I believe I have that Etsy artist in my favorites because I've always admired those chair prints. And I love the one that you chose - it seems very fitting for you to have a lovely chair as your logo. I often have so much to share and so little time too - hope you had a wonderful weekend!

Diane said...

love Anne's work and actually have several of her prints myself...I have a "thing" for chairs and have been collecting miniature chairs for years...what is it about chairs?