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  • Inspirations by Carolyn Crampton

    Carolyn Crampton Crampton creates still life paintings, often including a sentient animal gazing at the viewer. The arrangement echoes classical hunting scenes but modern elements provide a commentary on contemporary life and its detritus. Lately, the work has taken on a more unconcious, dream-like quality.
  • Inspirations by Carolyn Crampton

    Carolyn Crampton About the Artist: By portraying everyday objects in a realistic style, the common becomes nostalgic and humorous. Crampton is in a conversation with classical painters who treated their animal portraits with romanticism to sentimentalism to kitsch. She starts directly on canvas with a brush sketch, and then builds up the painting layer by layer, using a glazing technique to depict her imagery. The key color stripes are included to kill the illusion of space and to add a musical rhythm.
  • Inspirations by Carolyn Crampton

    Carolyn Crampton San Francisco-based artist, Carolyn Crampton, paints still life works including her rabbits or another sentient animal with it's own thoughts gazing out at the viewer. In some cases, paintings feature a human world inhabited by animals. Some of the arrangements echo classical post-hunting scenes of dead game. The addition of contemporary items, such as cast-off toys or sporting equipment, comment on modern American life, our collections of stuff and our feelings about animals. The animals become a witness to the scene, yet removed because of their species. They may interact with the items but they possess a different relationship to them. By portraying everyday objects in a realistic style, the common becomes nostalgic and humorous. The artist is in a conversation with classical painters who treated their animal portraits with romanticism to sentimentalism to kitsch.
  • Inspirations by James Keeton

    James Keeton James Keeton is a painter and educator focused on abstract form, expression, and narrative. In this series, his depictions of fishermen serve as a springboard for abstracted images. Color is emphasized, with paintings created in different dominant hues. Horizontal and vertical lines combined with delineated planes reflect an interest in early twentieth century modernism.
  • Sitting Room

    Karl Soderlund
  • Formal Room

    Karl Soderlund
  • Almaden Hills Delight

    Laura Henwick A remarkably glamorous and welcoming space to come home to. The light plaster walls and dark wood flooring of the home were the perfect backdrop for us to achieve the task of designing around. -Artwork by Ginnava Fine Art
  • Inspirations by Holly Van Hart

    Holly Van Hart abstract nature paintings are meant to spark new excitement about the limitless opportunities we have in our lives. Images of abstracted forests, trees, fields, and flowers are used to symbolize abundance, connectedness, opportunity, and the generation of new life and new ideas. These paintings highlight the promise of our own creativity and capabilities, to be nurtured and explored and stretched to their fullest potential. -Curated on Ginnava Platform
  • Fine art curation for the living room

    Catherine Taylor While oversized works always make your surroundings seem more opulent, featuring one bold work is more affordable than you think. Here are some fine artwork curated for a living room
  • Inspirations by Carolyn Crampton

    Carolyn Crampton San Francisco-based artist, Carolyn Crampton, paints still life works including her rabbits or another sentient animal with it's own thoughts gazing out at the viewer. In some cases, paintings feature a human world inhabited by animals. Some of the arrangements echo classical post-hunting scenes of dead game. The addition of contemporary items, such as cast-off toys or sporting equipment, comment on modern American life, our collections of stuff and our feelings about animals. The animals become a witness to the scene, yet removed because of their species. They may interact with the items but they possess a different relationship to them. By portraying everyday objects in a realistic style, the common becomes nostalgic and humorous. The artist is in a conversation with classical painters who treated their animal portraits with romanticism to sentimentalism to kitsch.
  • Inspirations by Carolyn Crampton

    Carolyn Crampton San Francisco-based artist, Carolyn Crampton, paints still life works including her rabbits or another sentient animal with it's own thoughts gazing out at the viewer. In some cases, paintings feature a human world inhabited by animals. Some of the arrangements echo classical post-hunting scenes of dead game. The addition of contemporary items, such as cast-off toys or sporting equipment, comment on modern American life, our collections of stuff and our feelings about animals. The animals become a witness to the scene, yet removed because of their species. They may interact with the items but they possess a different relationship to them. By portraying everyday objects in a realistic style, the common becomes nostalgic and humorous. The artist is in a conversation with classical painters who treated their animal portraits with romanticism to sentimentalism to kitsch.
  • Transitional Bungalow-II

    Laura Henwick Laura & Andrew Henwick would love to team up with you to help you discover your home's true potential. Best of all, we understand value and demand quality at the best price. Part of Laura & Andrew ’s initial attraction to one another is their lifelong love for beautiful interiors. - Artwork by Ginnava Fine Art
  • Collection-IV

    Stacey Johnson Art that radiates peace and tranquility for the living room
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    Living Room Space

    Stacey Johnson Our team worked with the owners of this beautiful Orinda home over the course of a year to build a collection of ten pieces. The art ranges from soft and atmospheric to contemporary, creating a stylish and confident contrast to the house’s traditional mediterranean architecture.
  • Entry way

    Fleur Spolidor Alice paintings choice
  • Mid Century Ranch

    Christine Lawrence Laughter filled Mid-century ranch home for family of a well traveled family. - Artwork by Ginnava Fine Art
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    Inspirations for Natalie

    Laura Henwick
  • Living room

    Fleur Spolidor Alice and the orchid extraordinaire
  • Inspirational Statement Art

    Catherine Taylor - Curated by Catherine Taylor
  • Foxworth Residence

    Catherine Taylor Interior designer Catherine Taylor worked with the owners of this beautiful home over the course of a year to build a collection of four pieces. The art ranges from soft and atmospheric to contemporary, creating a stylish and confident contrast to the house’s traditional warm architecture. Artwork by Ginnava Fine Art
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    Sidnea D'Amico Portfolio

    Sidnea D'Amico Sidnea D’Amico’s work imbues movement, line, and color. Inspired by both the energy of a bustling city environment and the more quiet moments of domesticity. In her Still Life Series, you can see these reflected in the suggestion of cityscapes and household objects. D’Amico plays and manipulates these shapes by layering them within layers of paint. She is often scratching and using transparency on the surface to quietly reveal their existence or simply to give them a recognizable presence.
  • ROSA

    Silvia Poloto "The artwork was inspired by the autobiographical and developed as I accepted all sides of myself. The crazy pink is the crazy pink, a red rose, a cry for more than flower color. It also celebrates our shared experience, the human condition and its cycle of death, rebirth, and transformation. Ashes, ashes, we all fall down. When creating pieces for this show, I continued my use of abstract imagery which in this case represents the impermanence of our worldly lives. Seeing is only one part of the story. It’s easy to be fooled by our eyes, which can only see so far." -Silvia Poloto
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    Transitional Living

    Rachel Newman The client, who also specializes in residential interiors, had a vision of ‘transitional’ style for the home, marrying clean and contemporary elements with touches of antique charm. Energy efficient materials along with reclaimed architectural wood details were seamlessly integrated, adding sustainable design elements to this transitional design. The architect and client collaboration strived to achieve modern, clean spaces playfully interjecting rustic elements throughout the home. - Artwork by Ginnava
  • Mediterranean Heaven

    Laura Henwick A remarkably glamorous and welcoming space to come home to. The light plaster walls and dark wood ceilings of the home were the perfect backdrop for us to achieve the task of designing around the client's collection of exquisite Persian rugs. Rich color and textured furnishings were added that really highlighted the beauty in each unique rug. The wall art that was chosen for this space was the final touch to create an intriguing and joyous experience throughout the home. - Artwork by Ginnava Fine Art
  • Modern Residential Interior Design Project

    Christine Lawrence A Modern, residential interior design project at the Ilona Condominium in South Beach, Miami, Florida. - Artwork by Ginnava Fine Art
  • Inspirations by Carolyn Crampton

    Carolyn Crampton San Francisco-based artist, Carolyn Crampton, paints still life works including her rabbits or another sentient animal with it's own thoughts gazing out at the viewer. In some cases, paintings feature a human world inhabited by animals. Some of the arrangements echo classical post-hunting scenes of dead game. The addition of contemporary items, such as cast-off toys or sporting equipment, comment on modern American life, our collections of stuff and our feelings about animals. The animals become a witness to the scene, yet removed because of their species. They may interact with the items but they possess a different relationship to them. By portraying everyday objects in a realistic style, the common becomes nostalgic and humorous. The artist is in a conversation with classical painters who treated their animal portraits with romanticism to sentimentalism to kitsch.
  • Inspirations by Carolyn Crampton

    Carolyn Crampton San Francisco-based artist, Carolyn Crampton, paints still life works including her rabbits or another sentient animal with it's own thoughts gazing out at the viewer. In some cases, paintings feature a human world inhabited by animals. Some of the arrangements echo classical post-hunting scenes of dead game. The addition of contemporary items, such as cast-off toys or sporting equipment, comment on modern American life, our collections of stuff and our feelings about animals. The animals become a witness to the scene, yet removed because of their species. They may interact with the items but they possess a different relationship to them. By portraying everyday objects in a realistic style, the common becomes nostalgic and humorous. The artist is in a conversation with classical painters who treated their animal portraits with romanticism to sentimentalism to kitsch.
  • Midcentury Modern

    Laura Henwick Updating a midcentury modern home can be a challenge. What was new and fresh has probably faded over time. Midcentury design’s trademark dark wood paneling and flooring can feel dated 50 years later. - Artwork by Ginnava Fine Art
  • midcentury modern

    Laura Henwick Updating a midcentury modern home can be a challenge. What was new and fresh has probably faded over time. Midcentury design’s trademark dark wood paneling and flooring can feel dated 50 years later. - Artwork by Ginnava Fine Art
  • Rustic Modern

    Nichole Van Hart Finding a home is not easy in a seller’s market, but when my clients discovered one—even though it needed a bit of work—in a beautiful area of the Santa Cruz Mountains, they decided to jump in. Surrounded by old-growth redwood trees and a sense of old-time history, the house’s location informed the design brief for their desired remodel work. Yet I needed to balance this with my client’s preference for clean-lined, modern style. - Artwork by Ginnava Fine Art
  • Mediterranean Home

    Christine Lawrence A classic Mediterranean home turns Transitional and Contemporary by Lawrence Design Studios. We specializes in light-filled interiors that are soft yet structured, with a feeling of earthiness. - Artwork by Ginnava Fine Art
  • Bayside Usonian Ranch

    Christine Lawrence Contemporary "Usonian" style ranch home featured in Taunton Press books, "Updating American Classic Ranch Homes", and "Celebrating the American Home: 50 Great Houses from 50 American Architects" Artwork by Ginnava Fine Art
  • Fine art curation for the living room

    Catherine Taylor While over sized works always make your surroundings seem more opulent, featuring one bold work is more affordable than you think. Here are some fine artwork curated for a living room
  • Glenwood House

    Cindy Rankow Designed by Ludwig van der Natura, this 1951 house in Plano, Ill., is known for its transparency and simplicity. The calm landscape of the Fox River and surrounding trees, its minimalist expression, and a floating terrace make it one of the architect’s most noted works. Artwork by GinnavaFineArt LLC
  • Inspirations from Artist Gustavo

    Catherine Taylor Gustavo Ramos Rivera (b. 1940–) is an abstract painter whose work is recognized for its emotional and visual intensity and its highly individualized iconography. Using brilliant color and a highly personal symbology, the artist has created a unique language that is written throughout his paintings.