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Ebb and Flow. Acrylic on canvas, 61 x 61cm.
Brett Mickan Interior Design, Sydney
This beautiful balance of colour and movement ingeniously evokes the raw organic essence of nature. I would love to hang it in a contemporary mud brick home with wide plank oak floors. To amp up the luxury, add a collection of organic contemporary furniture pieces. The upholstery would be the over-stuffed Plumy sofa and chairs from Linge Roset in a deep blush tone. A pair of Tripolino side tables from Hub with black marble tops and gold fringing with a stunning brass Back Flip pendant from Porcelain Bear hanging above.
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Studio Gorman Interior Design, Sydney
The subdued colours contrast with the harsh black lines that meander across the canvas, leading the eye from left to right. Despite the harsh lines, this artwork is beautifully soft. It is appropriate for a hero piece in a refined master bedroom that glimpses into the master ensuite with its vanity dressed with beautiful Norweigan Rose marble to highlight the warm pinks and taupes in the artwork.
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