Design Council: Tobi Wilkinson

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

Brett Mickan

Brett Mickan Interior Design, Sydney

Suzanne Gorman

Kathryn Robson

Tobi Wilkinson, Nothing Is Random. Giclée print, framed, 59.4 x 42cm.

BRETT MICKAN

Brett Mickan Interior Design, Sydney

The serenity of quiet ritual exudes from this fine art giclée print. I would include this work in a relaxed den as part of an organically hung collection of varied art pieces. Include comfortable feather filled upholstery, a vintage Tibetan rug and a wall of books. Keep the tones organic with putty coloured walls and hand blocked curtain fabric. This will create a room you are drawn to for quiet contemplation, where the collection of art talks about the occupants.

SUZANNE GORMAN

Studio Gorman Interior Design, Sydney

This work reveals a glimpse of a private, spiritual moment, allowing the viewer to ponder what might be happening – it is not all revealed. The image appeals to the senses in an evocative style – you can almost smell the strong woody scent of incense. With its warm golden hues, this piece would sit comfortably in a library-cum-study, furnished with vintage leather chairs, walnut bookshelves laden with travel books and soft natural linen drapery that puddles heavily on the sisal floor.

Kathryn Robson

Robson Rak Architecture & Interiors, Melbourne

This print by Tobi Wilkinson makes me take a deep, calming breath in and out. The subject appears to be a monk laying incense as an offering. The ochre hues of the wall compliment the earthy, textural tones of the stone vessel, terrazzo floor, and stone skirting. I adore the colours and textures of this work and would hang it in a space with minimal ornamentation but maximum texture. A room with earthy tones, aged walls, and low lighting – perhaps a room for reflection.

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