behind the couch. it's the last picture in this post and Robs desk is now happily residing in the office, which you will likely never see on this blog as it doubles as a storage room. I"m slowly working on that.
First we had to take down the animation cells that were the previous decoration. And patch and paint the holes. I also use this opportunity to touch up a few other places around the apartment. Such a nice blank wall. We measured and hammered and got ready to hang our new art.
Slava Brodinsky, a Russian painter who moved to Isreal and much of his work is inspired by the Medeteranean, like the South of France where we visited. I think that is one reason we liked these so much was that they reminded us of France. The paintings are serigraphs on wood with hand painted embellishments (really if I didn't know there is enough texture that they could be originals, which I guess they kind of are because of the hand painting) and are each from a series of 180.
|and you thought I'd show them off so easily.|
|Ashley's Getaway, Brodinsky, 2007|
|Bayside Villas, Brodinsky, 2007|