Design Council: Anne-Maree Hunter

ART EDIT’S PANEL OF DESIGN EXPERTS ARE BURSTING WITH IDEAS ABOUT HOW TO HANG AND STYLE THIS ARTWORK IN YOUR HOME.

Kageyama Yashima. Hand-coloured lithograph with yellow chine-collé, 56 x 38cm.

BRETT MICKAN

Brett Mickan Interior Design, Sydney

The combination of the medium and the subject give this work a beautiful fragility. Hung in a space that illustrates this handmade quality would be ideal. A contemporary cottage with internal walls lined in recycled oiled oak and sleek streamlined cabinetry lacquered in a soft satin grey. A custom stainless-steel coffee table covered in design books and a contemporary large scale paper lantern hanging above would be perfect for this work.

SUZANNE GORMAN

Studio Gorman Interior Design, Sydney

The expression on the subject’s face in this work is beguiling, with a suggestion of a smirk. She should be hung at home wherever she can be viewed on passing several times a day, possibly near a window, to catch the daylight. She brings a warmth and intrigue and I see her hung on chalky white walls, with a straw coloured woven sisal hallway runner, a simple side table with an orchid in bloom in an unembellished raw terracotta vessel.

Brendan Wong

Brendan Wong Design, Sydney

Specialising in lithography and etching, Anne-Maree Hunter has created this highly detailed work. The otherwise monochrome palette is punctuated by the strong yellow of the kimono to wonderful graphic effect. I imagine this ornately framed and hung in a powder room with dramatic lighting to enhance the pattern and detail of the work.

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