Guest Edit - Art, Beauty in the Eye of the Beholder with Tamie Freier

Thursday, October 25, 2012

Art for most is extremely personal - you either love it or hate and most of the time at first sight!! One of the greatest challenges for me is sourcing that 'perfect piece' of art for my clients. It is a process that is extremely time consuming but so rewarding when you finally FIND IT!!!

Adam Cullen, 'Patriot Son' 2009, acrylic on canvas, 152.5 x 153cm at Art Equity. Image via Wonder

Art can often be the last item to be considered in a home, but visually it can be so powerful to a room or interior. Don't be afraid to have fun with the artwork that you select and move them from room to room in your home to which will give each space a fresh new outlook for you.

Get creative and frame old posters or re prints - art is always in the eye of the beholder!

Happy Hunting!

x x Tamie

Marise Maas, 'Three Thoughts In One Song' 2012, oil on canvas 1000 x 1006cm at Flinders Lane Gallery. Image: Beach House interior by Greg Natale Designs

Ami Summers, 'Springtime', Acrylic, oil, pastel & charcoal on canvas, 140 x 121cm at Art2Muse

Miranda Skoczek, 'The Young and Colourful Doe' 2010 oil and acrylic on canvas, 1680 x 1370mm

Raymond Gid, 'Bally Woman', 1976 at Paris Posters. Photograph Toby Scott

Rhys Lee, 'Rims and Kwows Pits 6', 2005 180 x 153cm, acrylic and enamel on canvas at Tim Olsen Gallery

Belynda Henry, 'October', 2011 Acrylic on canvas

Abbey McCulloch, 2010, 100 x 100 oil on canvas at Helen Gory Galerie.  Photograph Toby Scott

Peta Houghton, 'Spme Things Can Only Be Seen In The Shadows', mixed media on cotton sheeting over preprimed canvas 130 x 130cm at Anthea Polson.  Photograph Toby Scott

Tanya Mason, 'Black Chankalier' 2008 ink on paper 116 x 140cm