Monday, April 14, 2008

Living Room

I am half of the mind that I shouldn't break up the "Family trilogy", but I have decided to take you for a (de) tour of my living room anyway.

13 comments:

the doodlers said...

This 'tour' is a tour de force.

Celeste said...

Gosh... Oodles and oodles of beautiful sketches...

Emma said...

Your apartment is gorgeous... and so is the painting! So full of light. I'm envious...!

Lorraine said...

Gorgeous sketches! Love the family portrait. What media do you use?

Claudio Acciari said...

Ciao Daniela, even if I rarely leave comments I often enjoy your blog so much. I'm always paralyzed by your sense of harmony. It is something I search in my researches. I found 50's and 60's stuff much more alive than most of the contemporary stuff I see in many blogs. That's why your work is precious first of all.I could see you get inspired from that source too.Isn't it?

alex milway said...

I've just come by your blog, and your work is wonderful - i love seeing all your sketches and use of colour. It's just terrific!

pbcbstudios said...

this is one of my favorite blogs - beautiful images!

Joern said...

Beautiful image, nice and bright livingroom. Btw i'm amazed about the Vermeer on the chimney ... i assumed it in Den Haag. Expensive?;)

andy said...

Wow, beautiful gouache study, great colours and composition! Love the simplified girl with the pearl earring :)

orange said...

these are so good. the last two posts are beautiful dani !

best wishes

Christian Robinson said...

Huge fan of your work. Your sketch book is very inspiring. everything you create has such a fun free spiritedness.

Thank you for your comments, i am honored.

Dani said...

Thank you so much everyone!!!

Arna, John, thank you. Glad you enjoyed the tour! I'll give you a guided one, if you're ever in San Francisco!

Celeste, thanks!

Emma, come over, I'll make dinner.

Lorraine, here I used gouache. The black lines are drawn with dip pen and india ink. Thanks a lot!

Grazie Claudio! Sure, among other things I am hugely inspired by mid-century illustration. There was definitely a universal enthusiasm for it back then. Everything seems more complicated nowadays...

Thank you Alex, you are very kind.

Paul, I'm very glad you've been stopping by! I've heard lots of great things from my husband, The Iron Scythe.

Jörn, thanks! This is just a small copy; I had to lend the original to the gallery... ;)
But seriously, I would love to see the painting. It seems that it's not very much bigger than the book cover on my fireplace.

Andy, thank you so much!

Robin, thanks and good luck with "15 Steps"!

Christian, thank you! Your work is super fun too!!!

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