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I think a lot of people are intimidated by art. Art should be joyful, ethereal, provocative, inspiring, meaningful, or evoke some other feeling. I don’t believe most artists want to intimidate us. I know people who are afraid to comment on art because they think whatever they say will be wrong. As long as you are true to your feelings, I […]

Filed under: Art on November 11th, 2008 | 2 Comments »

The 3rd Annual Chomp and Stomp was held this weekend in Cabbagetown, an urban area east of Atlanta. Not only was there a chili cook-off, but live music as well as an artist’s market!
One of the best places to find affordable art is at art festivals. For our benefit, many talented artists ‘do the festival […]

Filed under: Art, Artists, Events on November 10th, 2008 | No Comments »

Inspiration feeds our lives everyday, nourishing our desire for artful living. Not only do we have an innate need to continually source new ideas and inspiration, it actually fuels our own personal creativity within our homes and lives. The ongoing process of gathering ideas and designing for our spaces can oft times begin with visual […]

Filed under: Design, From the Road, Inspiration, Style, Trends on November 6th, 2008 | No Comments »

On a trip to Paris recenty I experienced the ultimate “Living with Art”. My wife, Jill, and I had the opportunity to stay at the Hotel Everland. This is not just any hotel but rather an art installation created by Swiss artists and collaborators L/B, Sabina Lang and Daniel Baumann. It sits on the roof of […]

Filed under: Art, Inspiration, Installations, Travel on November 4th, 2008 | No Comments »