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Designer Spotlight: Ashley Hanley Featured in House Beautiful

Designer Spotlight: Ashley Hanley Featured in House Beautiful
When interior designer Ashley Hanley called her friend and regular collaborator, Liza Pruitt, to enlist her help in placing art in a project she was working on, she had a vision but needed help sourcing local art that would fit the client’s budget. The house was a 1939 Colonial Revival in Richmond, Virginia, so the overall aesthetic leaned traditional. With that said, the client had a bubbly personality and a fondness for color, so Ashley wanted original art that wasn’t too dark or stuffy. The client also frequently entertained guests from out of town and was looking to create a peaceful, relaxing ambiance - “almost like a boutique hotel.”   Continue reading

Sneak Peek: Elizabeth McLaurin's Serene Landscapes

Sneak Peek: Elizabeth McLaurin's Serene Landscapes
This is a collection of six paintings capturing the quiet and fleeting moments as the last light of the day fades from the sky. This collection has a particular focus on the sky, capturing the sublte shifts in color that are there and gone in a flash as the colors in the sky fade with the falling sun. Continue reading

Designer Spotlight: Emily Wallace Wood

Designer Spotlight: Emily Wallace Wood
Emily Wallace Wood, owner of Wallace Wood Interiors, is best known for designing interiors that achieve a “perfectly imperfect” mix of art, accessories and furnishings.
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Sneak Peek: Marshes and Mountains Series by Carson Overstreet

Sneak Peek: Marshes and Mountains Series by Carson Overstreet

Enjoy a preview of Carson Overstreet's latest body of work. We are so excited to share with you her sought out Marshes and Mountain Series. All work are acrylic on gallery wrapped canvas with finished sides.

Collection launches on our site this coming Monday, September 27th at 9 am est.
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Five Fun Facts with Rachel Walter

Five Fun Facts with Rachel Walter
Rachel Walter creates large-scale paintings depicting the skies and space using layers of oil color and meticulous brushwork.  Each piece evokes a sense of wonder and awe with the universe. She is a life-long Texan with a BA in Studio Art from the University of Texas at Austin.  She currently resides in Dallas. Continue reading

Q&A with Artist Julia Deckman

Q&A with Artist Julia Deckman
Growing up as a member of a creative family in Annapolis, MD, Julie Deckman has been dabbling in art her entire life. After graduating from the College of Charleston and deciding that the 9-to-5 life was not for her, she made the leap to full-time artist. Julia’s work vary in subject matter and medium, but bright, vivid colors are a constant. She recently opened the Julia Deckman Studio in her hometown of Charleston, SC, where she exhibits her art and invites her community to come along for the ride through workshops, exhibitions, trunk shows and more! Continue reading

Designer Spotlight: Ashley Hanley

Designer Spotlight: Ashley Hanley
Ashley Hanley is a full service interior design firm based in Richmond, Virginia. Since launching her firm in 2017, Ashley's projects have become recognized for a perfect blend of new and old that embrace a collected and layered look. Ashley is well known for her uncanny ability to find the most amazing antique treasures and her passion for color makes her work highly recognizable and sought after. Over the years, Liza has really enjoyed the partnership she has created working with Ashley helping curate pieces that align with the vision Ashley has created for her clients. Continue reading

Q&A with our Newest Ceramist: Alexis Courtney

Q&A with our Newest Ceramist: Alexis Courtney

Pottery has a lovely way of forming rituals within a space and within someones daily routine. Whether it's a mug they use for coffee each morning, a vase to hold their favorite blooms or a bedside lamp, I hope each piece finds it’s perfect place in their home and brings them joy every time it’s used.

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Q&A with Photographer Richard MacDonald

Q&A with Photographer Richard MacDonald
With over 22 years of experience in aerial photography, aerial video, and commercial photography, Richard leads the pack by setting the standards and using state-of-the-art equipment, computers, and photo editing software. As a two-time Emmy award winning cinematographer, his work is recognized globally. Continue reading
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