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Chris A. Dorsey Photography
Carrie Hammer
was an artist and a prisoner of war in World War I. "In his camp the prisoners would make little trinkets and trade them with each other to get cigarettes, extra food or blankets. My great-grandfather took to painting the backs of playing cards to trade," she says. "The general saw a deck of cards he
other artists, [who would] get sent into town to do things like paint murals on churches." After five years Hammer's great-grandfather was given a visa to go home. "I think all the time that had it not been for a deck of playing cards, I literally would not be here today," says Hammer.
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Chris A. Dorsey Photography
Carrie Hammer
mother, artist Jean Wells, also had a hand in the decor. "My mom is an artist, so I've grown up around art my whole life," Hammer says. "She mainly does oversize art, like mosaics and things. She actually did the silver wings above my TV."Hammer painted the iconic power sign herself.
“Button” — Barbara Busch
Brian Patrick Flynn
a real artist and sign the back. While I am certainly not an artist, I cannot express how much enjoyment came from signing the back as though I knew what the hell I was doing.
“textured canvas wall art” — kjprice
Mell Lawrence Architects
Concrete Studio
In this artist’s studio, the architects have wonderfully illustrated the story of concrete and married it with the local environment. The finished wall surface is irregular and messy, an inherent part of the forming process. It’s been exploited here to mark the ever-changing light of day. The finely textured
“cool re” — chcweldingllc
Becky Harris
Maine Cottage on the Point
Vermont artist Eric Tobin. He was so inspired by the surroundings that he completed 14 paintings the week he was there, and he left this one behind as a thank-you gift. The jar on the right holds seaglass collected over the years, the mussel shells and sea urchins were collected out front on the rocks
“painting” — chanteclair
RD Architecture, LLC
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Contemporary Addition
favorite artists?There is a local Houston artist that has recently become a favorite. Justin Garcia’s art really moves me. His paintings have a quiet strength, a soothing voice with something real to say.Where's your go-to place for inspiration?Houzz — and I’m not just saying that. You guys are the first
“cable rail system” — merrillkaufman
Holly Marder
Houzz Tour: Contemporary meets Character in Suburban Delft
glass artist, Jan Schoenaker, who was awarded a ribbon from the Dutch queen for his artistic contribution to churches. Neele’s father held an exhibition in honor of Schoenaker in his framing shop and art gallery, which is where the couple purchased the piece.
“Plant & kunst” — geagooiker
Maria Teresa Durr
Modern Art and Antique Mix
Colombian artist William Barbosa sits above an antique marble and bronze column. Beside the column is an oil painting by artist Gina Pellon. Angels and ornaments make the area festive and seasonal. Sculpture: William Barbosa White vases: Rosenthal Artwork: Gina Pellon
“Entry.” — lottamae
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