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workin’ it: the sculptures of mario dal fabbro

It’s impossible for me to articulate why I absolutely adore the delightful sculptures of dal Fabbro, but I do.  Something about the eternally modernist shapes and laborious treatment of wood in his works makes me contemplate in curious contentment.  And … Continue reading

Marc Bankowsky’s naturae

I’m always looking around.  People may not know at what, but like a sunflower looking for light, I’m always on the lookout for beautiful and well-made original art, design and architecture. It was like a burst sunlight when I discovered … Continue reading

Project Pickboard | richard rabel: using 1st dibs in a living room – (2/5)

Today is day two of our bachelor pad living room make over. For the cocktail table I selected a 1970s modernist piece with chrome steel support and mahogany/off-white lacquer top.  The ends of the table slide in/out depending on the … Continue reading

Art Deco, New York and the SS Normandie

Last night I was lucky enough to wrangle an invitation to the Benefactor Preview of the International Fine Art and Antique Dealers Show in New York.  What a treat!  I saw many friends (and friends with new faces) and had … Continue reading

a modern master

If we are open and aware, sometime in our lifetime there appears a true contemporary master craftsman and sublime artist who pays so much attention to detail, materials, design and originality that he resembles the best of the best craftsmen … Continue reading