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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


Town and Country Gals said...

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!

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~

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?