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Sally Mundy, Moon and sky. Acrylic and ink on linen, 56 x 76cm.
Brett Mickan Interior Design, Sydney
As though petals have gently settled on to the canvas, Sally’s abstract forms create an even balance of colour and detail. I would hang this work in a dining room with dark indigo walls. A Kodiak dining table from Lowe and fully-upholstered button back dining chairs in a grey mauve wool. Floating above would be the magnificent Diamond Ring chandelier from Christopher Boot, covered entirely in natural rock crystals.
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Stark Design Interiors + Exteriors, Sydney
Inspired by nature, as well as the spontaneity and emotional expression of abstract expressionism, this work exudes an ethereal dreamy energy. It’s a natural fit for a restful bedroom finished with the palest timber floors, layers of luxurious white linen and diaphanous sheer curtains floating and capturing the light and air.
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