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This week we highlight some recent additions to the collection that caught the eyes of our curatorial team. Pelican Bird by Paul Tillinghast We love the graphic, modern imagery of this picture. The bright color really pops and the kaleidoscopic effect adds a sense of geometry and depth. It would — Continue reading …




 

 

This week we highlight some recent additions to the collection that caught the eyes of our curatorial team.

Pelican Bird by Paul Tillinghast

We love the graphic, modern imagery of this picture. The bright color really pops and the kaleidoscopic effect adds a sense of geometry and depth. It would look great chic living room, study, or bedroom.

Chair on Ice by Kim Wilson

This photo caught our eye for its quiet poignancy and strong textural impact. “Ice chips glint in the bright twilight sun,” says Wilson. The mystery of the scene makes it a conversation piece, so put it somewhere that people will gather: a kitchen or a living room.

Harvest Time on the Great Plains by Lee Rentz

“While traveling across the country on Amtrak’s Empire Builder, I was astounded once again by the sheer vastness and beauty of America’s Great Plains,” Rentz says. This beautiful landscape’s shallow horizon creates a sense of drama and volume. Hang it in a kitchen or living room where it will get the attention that it deserves.

Gateway to Waterlook by Carly Erin O’Neil

The muted colors and stillness of this wintry scene capture a feeling of quiet discovery. We love the symmetry and the sense of boundlessness that O’Neil has created. This photo would work well to break up the walls in a room without windows, and it would also look great in an office or study.

Travertine Terraces, Mammoth Hot Springs by Brad Mitchell

The painterly quality of this photograph is something to behold. Brad Mitchell has captured the hot springs in Yellowstone National Park with an artistic eye – the jagged trees and puffs of mist play off one another in a dance of hard and soft. This photograph would make a beautiful addition to a living room, office, or library.

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