2390 Cumberland Drive has been sold and is not longer available.
Trinity School’s Spotlight on Art is here for an instant home update. If you have read my post on making your home visually appealing through abstract art, here’s an opportunity to add to your collection for an instant update to your home. With its beginnings in 1982, Trinity School’s Spotlight on Art has introduced new works by emerging and established Southeastern artists. With works by over 350 artists, the inventory is huge and ever-changing so I visit two or three times during the week. It’s such a restorative art break from the daily routine of life!
Trinity School’s Artists Market:
February 1 – 6, 2016
Monday, Feb 1: 6 PM – 9 PM
Tuesday, Feb 2 – Thursday, Feb 4: 8 AM – 4 PM
Friday, Feb 5: 8 AM – 9 PM
Saturday, Feb 6: 10 AM – 6 PM
Here’s a sampling of the artists you may see, purely based on my personal preference.
Who doesn’t love a beach umbrella scene, but I am especially taken with Mark Boomershine’s realism.
Installing an abstract landscape is like adding a window to your home. It can visually enlarge a space, and while it won’t stay with your house, it certainly will help you sell it.
This is my favorite work from Isabelle Gautier. I am always attracted to calming colors and archways. The one below reminds me of a cloister in a monastery.
Rainy street scenes not only add a window in your room but a sophisticated architectural element as well.
I’m won over by livestock…..
…and farm implements. Can you tell I’m from Kentucky?
For all you Dawgs to whom the space between hedges is sacred.
I really find it hard to take my eyes off this and can’t wait to see more of Mary Veazie’s work this week. She is so talented and her subjects are very diverse: children, street scenes, florals and horses! This could be dangerous for me.
Carylon Killebrew is simply wonderful.
A little lake house scene from Wendy Jackson takes you away.
I like this from Joseph Guay because: 1. It’s a magnolia, 2. It’s structural, 3. It would look so striking in a neutral room to add a modern edge.
This reminds me, my beautiful listing at 2390 Cumberland Drive, in super-convenient-to-everything Vinings/Smyrna is not only a perfect family home, but is so visually appealing, in part due to the works collected by the owners who have been involved in the Trinity School’s Artist’s Market for many years. Take a look:
The light-filled foyer and dining room with fireplace is made even prettier by the special pieces in this picture.
Art draws the eye to the architectural features and finishes of the room.
The light and open painting over the bed adds to the open and airy master bedroom with its private screened porch.
The whimsical painting anchors the fun and expansive teen suite. Adorable!
2390 Cumberland Drive
Enjoy the Artist’s Market and contact me for details on 2390 Cumberland Drive! It such an affordable and convenient alternative to Buckhead and very close to Trinity, Lovett, Westminster, Pace and Whitefield.
Click here for my Pinterest page on dreamy abstract art to help you love your home now and make it easy to sell later.
More posts you might like:
How abstract art can visually enlarge your space