Pool House & Wine CellarContemporary, Nashville

Photo Credit: Kim Sargent

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ekonar wrote:Sep 7, 2011
  • joycempolish
    It is by my husband Howard Hersh. You can find his art on www.howardhersh.com
  • joycempolish
    Howard has printed a giclee of this image so if you can't afford an original painting, it is a great inexpensive alternative.
begonee wrote:Nov 10, 2013
begonee wrote:Mar 13, 2012
  • jamiebeckwith
    This painting is for sale for $6500.00. it is extra large, approximately 5 foot wide by 8 foot tall . Please call for exact dimensions and shipping quotes. 6152541937 or 6153560808
bkole wrote:Nov 6, 2015

    What Houzz contributors are saying:

    Ian Stallings added this to 5 Ways Art Can Improve Your Room DesignJul 20, 2015

    A neutral color palette can be utilized to showcase a favorite piece of art. A bright artwork can also be used to enrich and add color to an otherwise neutral palette. The juxtaposition between bold pops of color and crisp white walls creates an eye-catching effect.Art: Gallery One Fine Art

    Natalie Myers added this to 10 Broad-Stroke Ideas for Choosing and Displaying ArtMar 5, 2013

    Another rule of thumb for hanging art is to center it at eye level. Consider if you'll usually be standing or sitting in the space, and select your eye-level height accordingly.

    Lindsey M. Roberts added this to 6 Easy Ways to Skillfully Hang Your ArtSep 15, 2012

    2. Hang pieces at eye level. Most galleries hang their art at average eye level, about 58 inches high. The center of the artwork, not the top of the piece, should be at that height. This means you need to do some math: Measure the distance between the wire and the top of the frame, and measure the height of the art and divide it in half. Measure 58 inches on the wall, add the measurement of half the art's height and subtract the distance between the wire and the top of the frame. Put the nail here.

    Erika Ward - Erika Ward Interiors added this to 8 Decorating Ideas to Usher in FallSep 5, 2011

    Use art to set the tone. Cooler temperatures welcome artwork with warm colors. This piece, consisting of a beautiful melange of deep golden hues combined with wood-toned furniture, increased the temperature in an otherwise cool dining space.

    Natalie Myers added this to Gnarly End Tables!May 23, 2011

    West Elm and Viva Terra are known to sell small end tables like these.

    Becky Harris added this to Houzz Tour: Modern Gothic Pool HouseFeb 21, 2011

    Large-scale artwork was chosen to match the proportions of the large walls and open floor plan. They were chosen also for their graphic nature and to add to the bold punches of yellow throughout the space.

    What Houzzers are commenting on:

    Homesa General Contractors Inc. added this to Small Spaces Tips and TricksAug 12, 2019

    A piece of art can add a heck of a lot of drama to a small space, and make the room seem bigger!

    reza kouhang added this to Designer IdeasDec 11, 2018

    I don't mind some colour in the art for the front hall.

    Interior Obsession added this to Art ObsessionOct 16, 2018

    Wonderful art illustrates the perfection of a complete home.

    ofthesun added this to ofthesun's ideasJun 15, 2018

    Art pulls you in with large scale and then you take a closer look with PIP concept. Love it

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