We are using soft greens as the base for this scheme. If you aren’t sure what colors to use in your space sometimes it helps by picking that “thing” you just love… whether it be an art piece, pillow, etc. We just loved the colors in this art piece we got at Round Top. The base color is a soft green - so we started there.Read More
Merry Christmas to all of you! Just for you…
Our Top Christmas Gift ideas
It’s that time of year…. shopping, family, friends, clients… So much to do and very little time to do it. Trust me - I get it! Here are some of my favorite go-to Christmas gift ideas…Read More
The final Gadsden post… We are gonna be looking at the Formal Dining, Master Suite and Powder Bath…Read More
Autumn is here… but most days it still feels like Summer. Yet, I’m so ready with recently moving to work with some beautiful vibrant Fall colors and start turing this house into a home.Read More
This Thursday we are inspired by a local artist, Lisa Krannichfeld. We recently came across her work while on Facebook, and fell in love.
She was born and raised here in Little Rock, into a mix of Southern American and Chinese cultures. These cultures and traditions have greatly impacted her work, especially when the woman is the subject. Lisa gives the women in her paintings power and a voice, challenging the mindset to serve and suppress, common in the south and Chinese cultures. Lisa often uses traditional Chinese ink along with watercolor in an uncontrolled, free flowing manor.
She is currently working on a new collection called, Dressed, that she will exhibit sometime in May at the M2 Gallery in Little Rock. We love the way the strong patterns play with the soft, flowing watercolor.
Lisa has been featured in multiple publications. Some of those include The Jealous Curator, Anthology Magazine, and was recently named the "One to Watch" by the Saatchi Art Magazine.
Here in Arkansas, Soiree' has named here a "Woman to Watch".
Her work is included in many private and corporate collections worldwide.
To learn more about Lisa as well as purchase prints or originals of her work, go to her website by clicking here.
Does Lisa's work inspire you like it does us?
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