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  • Inspirations by Silvia Poloto

    Silvia Poloto This body of work is an examination of letting go – of attitudes, old beliefs, dreams and emotions. A clearing of all things unnecessary in order to strip bare to the essential. Within this context, the emptiness is full, and holds potential for all unfolding moments. This work began when I was building my home. The relationship between me and the structure of my home was felt. Was lived. As if I was inside one of my paintings. From the outside, from the inside out, me and the empty space, me and the objects, how the objects were placed, the relationship among each other and the negative space around it, and me standing around each one. I became an active part of the space as much as a passive one. I saw myself having total control over it and not having any control at all, as if experiencing all potentiality. The result was a breathing space for the eye and mind, surrounded by the sea and the sky. What I sought with my living space, and continues with my artwork, is a kind of
  • Living Room

    Ian Ruhter City home of client with outdoor interests
  • Artist1 Space1_Public_PF1

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  • Inspirations by Deepa Kataria

    Deepa Kataria The artist believes in the experimentation of color, design and texture through oil paints on canvas to make the subject abstract. The hide and seek of layering; the push and pull of values, color and contrast in rhythmic action is to create harmony and balance. The lost and found shapes, edges and textures are to create playful experience of melting pot of heart's emotional state in an environment.
  • Abstract Inspirations

    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.
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  • Inspirations by Silvia Poloto

    Silvia Poloto To enter the studio of Silvia Poloto is a little bit like stepping into a maelstrom. Not that her living/work space appears tornado-hit, far from it. Silvia’s living space is an exhibition showcase, elegant and orderly, and her adjoining work studio is what you would expect from such a prolific artist (a visitor hardly knows which way to turn as there are so many works in progress competing for his or her attention). No, it is not the physical presentation that causes one to feel as if they are caught up in a whirlwind … it is, rather, the passion and enthusiasm of the artist. From the first work one sees, Silvia begins to share a barrage of ideas and messages that inform and are conveyed in her art. It is an irresistible excitement of the mind that captures you and makes you realize you are in the presence of not only a dynamic individual, but a profoundly informed artist.
  • Above Fireplace

    Karl Soderlund
  • Family Room Coming to the Fore

    Ellen Brook
  • Collection-I

    Stacey Johnson Our team worked with one of our corporate clients 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.
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    Inspiration by John Warren Travis

    John Warren Travis Deeply thoughtful, Warren Travis both relishes and is daunted by the painting process, and philosophical about its challenges. He often works in series, investigating subjects over time, from shifting perspectives, interested in observing changes in what (and how) he sees.
  • Salon

    Fleur Spolidor Salon lumineux avec tableau coloré
  • Inspirations by Karen L Kirshner

    Karen L Kirshner Karen Lynne Kirshner is an award winning abstract artist.
  • Living Room

    Victoria Veedell
  • Neutral Home with Pops of Color

    Janet Bludau
  • Dining Room

    Ian Ruhter
  • 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.
  • Great Room

    Karl Soderlund
  • View Room

    Janet Bludau City Home
  • Common Area

    Janet Bludau
  • Space2

    Deepa Kataria Artwork by Deepa Kataria
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    Inspirations by Karen L Kirshner

    Karen L Kirshner Karen Lynne Kirshner is an award winning abstract artist.
  • Office Hallway

    Janet Bludau
  • 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.
  • Abstract inspirations

    Laura Henwick
  • hallway

    Ian Ruhter
  • Conference Room

    Janet Bludau
  • living room - 2

    Viveek Sharma
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  • Hallway 2

    Karl Soderlund
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    Inspirations

    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.
  • Living Room

    Ian Ruhter Contemporary home - open concept
  • Living Room

    Ian Ruhter Contemporary home - open concept
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    Inspirations by Karen L Kirshner

    Karen L Kirshner Karen Lynne Kirshner is an award winning abstract artist.
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    Inspirations for Office Space

    Laura Henwick
  • Classic Living Room

    Janet Bludau
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    The Blocks, Beams & Circles Abstracts

    HEGO Goevert This potfolio shows a collection of multi-layered and textured abstract compositions - works where the energy of colour, the texture, the partitioning, and the contrasts are essential. Please note that lighting will make a difference in the mood and feel of the painting. Each of these abstract paintings is done on wooden stretched gallery canvas. A high gloss finishing varnish protects the painting from UV-rays, dust or dirt. All paintings will be securely packaged and shipped through a reputable courier to ensure they reach you safely. Once carefully unwrapped, there is no need to frame as the deep edges of all of HEGO's works are painted. Due to a bolted holding fixture on the back the painting is READY TO HANG - just ONE nail needed! The painting comes with a certificate of authenticity and is signed on the front.
  • New Space for my room

    Viveek Sharma New Space for my room
  • Fireplace

    Ian Ruhter
  • Jamie's Portfolio

    Jamie Bollenbach
  • Living Room

    Ian Ruhter Client's home in San Francisco. Avid Skiers
  • Space1

    Deepa Kataria Artwork by Deepa Kataria
  • Robert's Living

    Ian Ruhter City Home in Bay Area. Naturalists and spend time in Tahoe
  • 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 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
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    Kerri Warner I relish the combination of contemporary design with the unexpected utilization of found, recycled, and/or repurposed materials. In my collages I use a combination of found materials (e.g., book pages, wrapping paper, fragments of antique hardware, etc.) and acrylic paints to create mixed media works on wood panels.
  • Conference Room

    Karl Soderlund
  • Dream space

    Fleur Spolidor "What's in your dream" Alice painting in situ
  • living room - 2

    Viveek Sharma
  • Dining room

    Ron Scharfe country home set in the woods
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  • Inspirations from Karen

    Laura Henwick
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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.
  • 11

    This series shows a collection of multi-layered and heavy-textured abstract compositions - works where the energy of colour, the texture, the partitioning, and the contrasts are essential. Please note that lighting will make a difference in the mood and feel of the painting. Each of these abstract

    HEGO Goevert