Monday, October 25, 2010
My love of abstract art is no secret. I love the colors and movement of the paintings like the one in Kelly Wearstler's home above. I think a lot of people see abstract art as just paint slapped on a canvas but a lot of thought usually goes into the work. Abstract Expressionist artist Joan Mitchell once said, "The freedom in my work is quite controlled, I don't close my eyes and hope for the best." It's also clear from these examples that they can add life to any room. I especially love abstract paintings from the 1960's mixed with furniture from the 18th-century. Don't forget to visit the Abstract Expressionist exhibition at The Museum of Modern Art to learn more!
David Collins London flat.
Elle Decor, March 2008
David Hicks, 1964
Joan Mitchell painting from March 2010 Elle Decor.
Will Wick from Western Interiors magazine.
Elton John residence.
Valentino's New York apartment.
Isabel Lopez Quesada
Morris Louis painting in room by Stephen Sills.
Morris Louis on Reed Krakoff home.
Franz Kline in room by Miles Redd.
Mark Rothko, Willem de Kooning and Franz Kline paintings in Eastman apartment by Billy Baldwin and photographed by Horst.