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ARTmonday: Art + Cocktails Truro (Photography)

As I’ve mentioned, this summer we hosted a pop up art gallery in our home on Cape Cod. (You can see photos on IG #artandcocktailstruro ) We hung 96 artworks, a good portion of them photography. (I posted the paintings and mixed media pieces back in August here.)

I was really pleased that many of the pieces that sold were photos. And not only that, they were unique, personal pieces, even a couple I have in my own collection. Thanks to the photographers who lent work, and to the friends that purchased them.

If you’re interested there are still plenty to choose from; just email me at stylecarrot [at] gmail [dot] com.

Girl On A Bed By Massachusetts Photographer Anastasia Cazabon

Anastasia Cazabon, Legs on Bed, 2008
Photograph  •  16″ x 20″
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Photographer Anastasia Cazabon Head In Sink

Anastasia Cazabon, Sink, 2008
Photograph  •  16″ x 20″
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Photographer Anastasia Cazabon Hiding In the Bushes

Anastasia Cazabon, Bushes, 2007
Photograph  •  16″ x 20″
$150

Boston Photographer Anastasia Cazabon Diary, Love and Rivalry

Anastasia Cazabon, Diary, Love and Rivalry, 2008
Photograph  •  16″ x 20″
$100

Female Figure in the Landscape Photo By Cory Munro Shea MassArt Auction

Cory Munro Shea, Graduation
20″ x 16″
$750

Boston Photographer Cory Munro Shea Female Figure Walden Harvard

Cory Munro Shea, Harvard
10″ x 8″
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Elle Moss Masked Girl Photo

Elle Moss, Tempest
Photo printed with archival ink on fine art paper  •  12″ x 12″
$150

Grace Hopkins Photo On Canvas Pink Wall

Grace Hopkins, Nassau06, 2014
Digital photograph mounted on wood  •  12″ x 12″
$400

Grace Hopkins Photo On Canvas Geo Painted Wall

Grace Hopkins, CA01, 2006
Digital photograph mounted on wood  •  16″ x 16″
$600

Grace Hopkins Photo On Canvas LA Lights

Grace Hopkins, LA45, 2014
Digital photograph mounted on wood  •  16″ x 16″
$600

Linda Pagani's Ethereal Landscape Photo At Webster & Co

Linda PaganiSometimes No. 1, 2012
Archival inkjet print  •  24″ x 30″
Artist’s proof 1  •  $3,400

Landscape Photograph By Linda Pagani

Linda PaganiSometimes No. 2, 2012
Archival inkjet print  •  24″ x 30″
Edition 1/7  •  $2,500

Robert Knight Stephen Boston Bed Photo

Robert Knight, Stephen, Boston, MA
Photograph  •  24″ x 30″
$2,100

Boston Photographer Sarah Winchester Paris Graffiti

Sarah Winchester, Paris Graffiti
Digital photographic print  •  23″ x 37″
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Boston Photographer Shelley Zatsky Historic Interior

Shelley Zatsky
United States Marine Hospital, Louisville, Kentucky, Caution Bathroom,
Nominated 2003, Saved, 2005
Photograph  •  14″ x 14″
$550

Boston Photographer Shelley Zatsky Historic Interior

Shelley Zatsky
United States Marine Hospital, Louisville, Kentucky, Doctors Quarters
Nominated 2003, Saved, 2005
Photograph  •  14″ x 14″
$550

Boston Photographer Stephen Sheffield Flight Plan

Stephen Sheffield, Flight Plan
Photograph  •  20″ x 16″
$1,100

Boston Photographer Stephen Sheffield Businessman In Miniature

Stephen Sheffield, Businessman in Miniature
Photograph  •  16″ x 20″
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Austin Texas Photographer Suzanne Koett This Too Shall Pass

Suzanne Koett, This Too Shall Pass
Photograph printed on archival paper •  20″ x 30″
$450

Boston Photographer Tess Atkinson Cherry Blossoms

Tess Atkinson
Study 2, Cherry Blossom, Charles River Esplanade Boston, 2016
Hahnemühle Photo Rag Ultra Smooth print, Edition 1/20
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Boston Photographer Tess Atkinson Cherry Blossoms

Tess Atkinson
Study 1, Cherry Blossom, Charles River Esplanade Boston, 2016
Hahnemühle Photo Rag Ultra Smooth print, Edition 1/20
$900

Portland Maine Photographer Winky Lewis Girl And Bird

Winky Lewis
Photograph  •  $300

Portland Maine Photographer Winky Lewis Stop Sign

Winky Lewis
Photograph  •  $300

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Just In: Fort Point Studio Looking For Creative Tenants

Boston ceramicist (and neighborhood mom/friend) Jill Rosenwald has studio space available for rent. She and her charming husband Lawrence McRae, who’s also a potter, would love to fill the spots with amazing creative/design people.

The airy, all white loft is located in a 10-story warehouse in Boston’s artsy Fort Point neighborhood and available right after Thanksgiving. Jill Rosenwald and her studio space are so fab, they were featured here in the popular career & design blog The Everygirl.

The vacant spaces were occupied by two of my colleagues, photographer Sarah Winchester and interior designer and Elements of Style blogger Erin Gates, both of whom have moved to suburban digs. I’ve been to the studio space and can attest to its inviting aura. But see for yourself. And yes, Jill Rosenwald is as fun and colorful as her pottery! Plus, furry friends are allowed.

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Erin Gates Office Space With Jill Rosenwald

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Photos by Danielle Moss

 

 

 

 

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Fine Print: Erin Gates’ Elements of Style Book

Erin Gates sent me an advance copy of her new, very first design book, Elements of Style: Designing A Home & A Life. I’ve been browsing through it for the last couple of weeks, thoroughly enjoying the photos of the rooms she decorated for herself and clients, studying her style charts, and catching up on her life. The tone is easy, breezy, much like her blog, with plenty of personal tidbits interwoven through her design adventures and accomplishments.

Erin’s come a long way since I first met her, on assignment for Boston Globe Magazine in early 2009 after she sent me scouting shots of  the place she and Andrew rented in J.P. It landed her on the cover, and it’s still one of my favorite stories, not just because Erin and her house looked amazing (thanks Eric Roth for the excellent photos), but because Erin was full of enthusiasm and money saving tips.

Her blog and business have exploded and her design skills honed, while her excellent attitude and work ethic prevail. Congratulations Erin Gates!

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Elements of Style: Designing a Home & a Life by Erin Gates
Available October 7, 2014 (Simon & Schuster) $22.14

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Photo by Michael Parteni

Erin’s used this buffet over and again. She bought it for $75 at an estate sale and painted the inside turquoise (you can see that iteration in Erin’s place in Jamaica Plain, which I wrote about for Boston Globe Magazine, March 2009.) She went orange for the South End. Now it’s lined with malachite wallpaper.

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Photo by Michael J. Lee

This is my favorite room. I’ve long been a sucker for a library dining room with Saarinen table and a fireplace. The sheepskin rugs nesle perfectly into those acrylic chairs from IKEA. The client stuffed the fireplace with little logs, which add some rustic texture; plus the circles are an excellent contrast to the stripes on the rug.

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Photo by Michael Partenio

A sunroom with violet ikat cushions on barley twist chairs and Buddha on custom made brass base.

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Photo by Michael J. Lee

Love this cerulean blue wall behind the banquette upholstered in the ever popular Chiang Mai print by Schumacher. Those Cherner chairs work well with the fabric’s twisting design and earthy colors.

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Erin provides some charts with formulas for achieving different styles.

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Erin’s favorite paint colors. You’ll have to buy the book to get the exact names. Ok, I’ll give you one: Benjamin Moore Palladian Blue.

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Photo by Michael Partenio

I love how despite the graphic black & white rug and bedding, Erin’s guest room is totally feminine. Pale pink walls (Benjamin Moore Blanched Coral), a starburst mirror, and mirrored side tables will do that. Swiss dots + a boho throw + Nordic rug + Hollywood Regency glam. And somehow it all works.

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Photo by Michael J. Lee

This bedroom is interesting too, with its tufted headboard, chocolate brown linens, Asian-themed toile wallpaper and fretwork bookshelves, plus a leopard print bench.

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Photo by Sean Litchfield

Nursery with a black accent wall went viral on Pinterest.

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Photo by Michael J. Lee

Oh, this Madeline Weinrib rug again, this time in brown. It seems to work everywhere! (Tip: IKEA makes a black & white version.) I generally don’t like tan stone (only contractors do!) but Erin makes it work in this space where they’re stuck with it.

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 Photo by Sarah Winchester

Erin’s parents Connecticut home. I wrote all about her mom’s garden for Boston Globe Magazine, April 2013.

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Photo by Michael J. Lee

Erin and Andrew Gates with the doggies.

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G E T  the  L O O K

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Design Diary: Erin Gates’ Parents’ Connecticut Garden

When I’m looking for specific types homes to pitch to magazines, I send emails to my design contacts. When I’m looking for gardens for the Boston Globe Magazine gardens issue, I expand my reach to friends. Not being what you’d call a green thumb (ha), my landscape design contacts are hardly far and wide. We scout and shoot a year ahead, so if you have New England gardens to suggest, send me snapshots!

This year I wrote about three gardens, including designer/Elements of Style blogger Erin Gates’ parents’ gorgeous garden in rural Connecticut. I was psyched when she sent me photos and that the editors liked them. We loved that her mom works on the entire thing herself, tractor and all. She’s so sweet and humble about it; it’s really beautiful. Erin’s dad designed the house and her mom designs and tends the various gardens and plantings around the property.

The story is called, “Down in the Meadow” if you want to read it. Here are lots of pictures, including ones that weren’t published. All photography by Sarah Winchester.

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