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Musical NotesTransitional Living Room, Los Angeles

This large painting of a jazz player is called 'Purple Saxophone' and is by artist America Martin. It adds a playful element to a family room - and hides the TV!

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This photo has 7 questions
smittycdm wrote:Apr 26, 2011
  • smittycdm
    Here's what 'Blue Tangerine Art' said, "This large painting of a jazz player is called 'Purple Saxophone' and is by artist America Martin. It adds a playful element to a family room - and hides the TV!" Just asking the question, how does the painting hide the TV? It stumped me as it did you two. Nevertheless, a beautiful room.
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    TVCoverUps
    It could very well be a TVCoverUp unit where the art lifts upward . Check out my page or visit TVCoverups.com for an idea of how it works!
cherylhanson wrote:Mar 7, 2012
  • cherylhanson
    Thank you for your response.
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    Blue Tangerine Art
    The artist is America Martin and she has a policy of never copying herself, so she does not offer prints. She offers original works on paper at a lower price point and you can find her work on her website. Please tell her that you found her via Blue Tangerine Art!
emmy123 wrote:Apr 26, 2011
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    Blue Tangerine Art
    Hello - Blue Tangerine Art was responsible for sourcing the art only in this photo.

    Trudy Montgomery
    BlueTangerineArt.com
  • emmy123
    Thank you - the artwork is beautiful - wish I had it
cbrister wrote:Nov 13, 2012
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    Blue Tangerine Art
    I'm sorry, we were responsible for the art only in this example.
cfencik wrote:Sep 20, 2012
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    Blue Tangerine Art
    Sorry, we were responsible for sourcing the art only. The designer is Debbie Duggan in Newport Beach, CA.
jenangelos wrote:Sep 18, 2012
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    Blue Tangerine Art
    Sorry, we were responsible for sourcing the art only. The designer is Debbie Duggan in Newport Beach, CA.

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Put all the focus on a show-stopping piece of art above a fireplace and between built-ins, as was done in this beachy living room. The colors in the painting are repeated in the furnishings and finishes, but the subject matter and composition make it stand out on its own.

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Paul added this to Paul & Kerry's IdeasDec 29, 2017

I really like this look...although need to think about whether it's good or not to be able to see through the cabinet doors. Paul

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