Jeremy Burns, a Colorado native, has another spirited mural up in town. This one is on an enormous 50' x 200' finned wall at the corner of 38th Street and Arkins Street in Denver. Here's a pic from Jeremy: Jeremy writes: "It took a month, 65 gallons of paint, a few boom lifts, and… Continue reading Artist and Art Installer Jeremy Burns: Tips for hanging art and his latest mural!
Ghost Lenz's photographs jump out at me with a gritty vibrancy and heart that feel immediate and raw. Human moments - connections with strangers - his photographs are beating with life. He shared his thoughts with me recently about being a self-taught photographer, taking risks, curiosity about the unseen and the origins and meaning of his name.… Continue reading A Talk With Denver Photographer Ghost Lenz about Being Self Taught, Light, Beauty and the Darkness
I met Sara Yoder two years ago when I was shopping around for an interiors photographer for my projects. I was immediately drawn to her photographs - her landscapes, both urban and natural, are a fascinating combination of power and stillness. She also brings a rational, calm eye to her interior photographs that really connect with me. I… Continue reading A Talk With Denver Photographer Sara Yoder About Community, Architecture and Her Upcoming Show
Here's my monthly round-up of trends and ideas floating around my Denver, Colorado Interior Design practice this month: Color: Color is creeping back in. Although, if you're like a lot of Colorado - it never really left (see my post here). It's coming back in the form of kitchen cabinets and other built-ins. I've got a… Continue reading July Obsessions: Color, Post-Apocalyptic Fiction and Denver Artists