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Charmean Neithart Interiors, LLC.
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Charmean Neithart Interiors, LLC.
This entry was furnished to showcase the homeowners extensive art collection. We used rustic furnishings with strong doses of color to contrast the white walls. Photos by Erika Bierman www.erikabiermanphotography.com
Use of contemporary art, sculptural lamp and textiles in spanish revival home
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Wallace K. Harrison Estate
Great sculpture. Where did it come from?
name of the sculpture? I have been trying to find it. Are there less expensive replicas?
The sculpture is by Mary Callery, part of the New York School art movement of the 1940s. They are sold through auction houses and galleries. We placed steel in the wall to support the sculpture.
Sculpture on wall - for portenos
Neat placement of the sculptures on the wall
sure you use the proper hanging equipment. Don't be afraid to ask questions at the gallery or shop where you are buying the art, or from your local hardware store.
Sculpture like this one by Mary Callery is so full of movement and texture. It demands to be a centerpiece without being particularly
Another sculpture seems so much more interesting and whimsical perched on the wall instead of on a pedestal. For a minute it makes you wonder if gravity has shifted.
“Wall art” — margarita69
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