...that I have been dying to do something with. I would love to place a large piece of art there. The best possible idea I could think of would be having a fabulous portrait of one of my many animals up there. But I haven't been able to make it happen, yet, but this picture is one where no words are needed and sums up how I (and my husband) feel about animals. Especially the animals who have touched our lives.
Since recreating this picture in some form is going to take a bit of work (I need a photographer, stat) I started playing around with my living room/dining room combo. I would have never thought it, but I really like how this moody turquoise painting looks with my muted palette and I am leaning towards incorporating turquoise.
And, since I love the Abby Kasonik blues at and George so much, I could find one or paint something with similar colors.
I also love this painting in a Suzanne Kasler room. Moody but very understated.
The point being, it's got to be something very large and something that hits me right in the gut when I look at it. We all know how subjective art is, so I may need to get to work making something from my own guttural instincts. What do you think about large scale art? What makes the biggest impact for you? BTdubs - how was your weekend??
PS - STAY TUNED TOMORROW AS WE ANNOUNCE OUR SECOND GIVEAWAY!!!!!!