Curator's Picks

I am exstatic that Spring has arrived.  I have opened my windows and doors to let the fresh air in.   My house feels rejuvenated.  The heavy, musty winter air has been replaced with sun-lit air.  I have been roaming through my house feeling it is time for something new.  A Realtor asked if I wanted to sale my house.  I thought about it, but decided I am too busy for the enslaught of work a sale and eventual move would be.  The easiest, cheapest, and most fun way to give yourself new surroundings is to either change your art, or incorporate new art into your home.  So for the last few weeks, I have moved my art to new locations in my home and have decided to purchase a few new pieces.  Like you, I am scrolling through our art selections and trying to choose some new art.  I am having a great deal of fun.  I hope you do as well.  When I begin selecting my new art pieces, I will share with you what I chose and why.  In the meantime, take some time and enjoy the art!

This week's pick is Gail Morrison-Hall's collection.  The Gallery has been tasked with filling a 75 piece art order.  The purchaser would prefer art about Philadelphia or represent Pennylvania Artists.  We have been going through our Archives of art and I found myself gravitating towards Gail's art.  I really like the dream state quality of art.  After a hectic day, gazing into her art calms my mind and soothes my soul.  I Love It!  I hope you do as well. 

 

Have a great week and Enjoy the Art!