Monday, May 2, 2011

Go Big Or Go Home































































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29 comments:

  1. Oh MY! I love that first painting so much - words cannot express.

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  2. I love big art.

    I have that first image in one of my "favorites" files. I love the green painting, the settee, the pink tuffet and the pillow. It's all wonderful.

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  3. I adore the Jeff Koons Puppy vase with the Tulips and I want that Eagle Painting :).

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  4. Loves...all of it.
    Cheers, Alcira

    nerochronicles.com

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  5. Kathy, Agree wholeheartedly!! Gorgeous, stunning art all!

    xoxo
    Karena
    Art by Karena

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  6. Wow...love the over sized art! What a statement in a room.

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  7. Yes, the bigger the better. Love big art instead of grouping of small pieces. These pictures are amazing

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  8. Wow, I'm definitely going big! Now, how does one do that in a typical NYC apartment???

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  9. More inspiration that puts my head in a spin! We have a huge pice of art that dominates our small condo. It is the first thing you notice!

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  10. you always blow me away with your images.
    i may have to 5 finger a few ideas from these great rooms.
    xxx

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  11. Love big pictures amd the rooms are devine. Mimi xx

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  12. Love everything about this post - the fabulous interiors, the statement art, and the clever title!!

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  13. Hi! I have just found your blog, you have some lovely posts, consider me your latest Australian follower!

    xo em

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  14. You said it, Lady. Some of these are mind-blowingly breathtaking. Like the first image. And the pink smear by what's-his-face. I'm going to have to go back and study the interiors more too. Oh to be able to afford big art...
    ALWAYS glad to see you have posted.
    Camille

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  15. I can never fathom why I love splodgy paintings, like the first image green one, quite as much as I do. Why, they are not really of anything, and yet, and yet...I just love them, when they are done well.

    Fascinating post, and I have to agree, big is nearly always better when it comes to art. If you are going to do something, may as well do it largely!

    Thank you for the well wishes, and I hope you have a glorious weekend too Kathy!

    Virginia x

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  16. What a divine blog you have, loving it. Am following :))

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  17. Hello,

    I go also for big now!

    Greetings from Belgium
    Jérôme

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  18. wow...I love to see your posts, Kathy! Stunning 1st image and I love of course the surf board on the wall (I think I'm a surf addict :-)

    p.s.: btw on my beside table is a book by David Schwartz. The title is "The Magic of Thinking Big".

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  19. Kathy, you are amazing to me. Stunning, maybe size does matter.

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  20. Hi Kathy FAB ! i love the irreverence of the 1st one and the HUGE pink one in the dreamy blue room
    great fun no point piddling about with titchy pictures Love fay xx

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  21. lOVE all OF YOUR POSTS..... YOU ARE THE BEST!!!!

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  22. I agree! Safe decorating is just way too worried about what other people think versus surrounding yourself with what YOU love. Great images all the way around. All decorating should be fearless.
    Best,
    liz

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  23. Kathy, miss your posts. hugs to you

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  24. so agree with proposition of "playing big." great to see a canvass with a bold take on life, but the bold notion of even the little guy can have a place in this world with the right attitude just rings true to me. another great one, K!

    ;)

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