Louise Lakier
Hallway hall


Louise Lakier Photography © 2012 Houzz

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July 11, 2012
gregalbr wrote:
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Hi Louise,
I just wanted to stop by to update you, and thank you again for your help putting me in touch with the Nautilus Studio. Yvette was able to not only identify the artist for me, but was able to assist me in purchasing one of the prints from the series in your photo. I can’t thank you enough for your help in this very surreal journey that I have been on ever since I read your article and fell in love with the print on the wall of the Nautilus Studio.

By the way, in case anyone reading might want to know, the name of the print in question was titled "Disintegration" by Jameson S Hubbard a local artist in Seattle Washington.

Attached is a photograph of the print in a frame that my son made for me to resemble the version of the artists frame in your photograph.

Thanks again!

    Bookmark   August 12, 2012 at 12:00PM
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Louise Lakier
Greg! I'm so delighted that worked out for you. It is a fabulous print. I must feature the gallery more often to drive sales for the artists:) Enjoy your beautiful piece. ~Louise
    Bookmark   August 13, 2012 at 12:47PM
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The entry hall features a gallery display. The Nautilus Studio hosts an open studio for the Georgetown Artwalk once a month.LL: Do you have a favorite designer or artist? JP: Lloyd Kahn for his introduction to primitive and alternative architecture around the world. My Dad for showing me amazing transformations from shacks to temples. Leonardo DaVinci for the inspiration to be a true Renaissance man. The Vitruvian man is forever burned in my brain.YE: Gaudi for the stunning beauty and grace, the organic shapes and the intricacies. Keith Lo Bue for his wonderful, dreamlike imagination and the multi-use of unthinkable materials. Al Farrow for his architectural mind and the sociopolitical significance. Gropius for being a pioneer of combining arts and crafts in design and architecture, and all the unknown primitive architects of the past that have given us a cornerstone for our modern world ar(t)chitecture.

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