Photographer Lupen Grainne captures the often overlooked details of life in her photography. I stumbled on her work two years ago in her Etsy shop and fell in love with the stripes and the sense of summer’s end in her print Fisherman’s Day Off. I enjoy it everyday included as part of our gallery wall in the living room.
I saw the print again, a larger version, in a color study Amber recently posted,
Two+ years ago I was looking at maybe Vogue Living Australia or House & Home and I saw this framed image leaning against a window sill,
I tore the image out and have had it in my inspiration binder. And then recently I stumbled upon the image on Pinterest and now I know that its Twiggy.
I liked the expression on the woman’s face, the sort of emptiness/boredom and lack of expression combined with the pop of the glasses and orange color. This image of Twiggy inspired me to purchase Valerie Chiang’s print which now hangs in my office. I’ve mentioned/posted about this print before but I finally put the two images together.
In case you’re curious I posted about redecorating my office here , here, here and here
oh just the Valerie Chiang
print in my navy blue office, my co-workers say the girl actually looks like me.
Wall color is Ben Moore’s Blue Note, love it!
I’m thinking side by side photographs is just the right thing for over my bed.
Now I’m a bit embarrassed to show you this because I need a new everything here…but this is the spot. You’re thinking yeah that room needs something and its not just art–that’s what I’d be mumbling to my computer screen right now if I was you.
This is what got me on the right track,
design by Hillary Thomas & Jeff Lincoln via House of Turquoise
I was reminded of the pair over the Ruffalo’s bed in Domino,
and then my mind quickly shifted to these prints,
Jennifer Squires Productions
I’ll be back after the holiday. Betsy is holding the fort down.
Swim, Jan Heller