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Textiles, Art History, Gardens, and a Little Mental Traveling with Courtney Barnes 2006-2016


Gaberlavage and Fine

[W.J. Ford and C.O. Walsh by Hayley Gaberlavage.]

So we continue with soft nuanced color...and more saturated hues. And, since it's the holiday season, a couple of special sales on my radar. A range of work from 2012 Oxford American Superstar of Southern Art, Hayley Gaberlavage, will be available at reduced prices through December 21. This includes her well-known portraits, landscapes and abstracts. See the collection here and contact New Orleans-based Hayley here.

[Tangled Love I and Tangled Love II, both acrylic on canvas by Gaberlavage] 

Fellow Southerner, the incomparable Lisa Fine is having a sale too. As mentioned a while back, the globe-trekking collector and fashion and textile designer who divides her time between oh-so-chic digs in Paris, New York, and Dallas will sell some of her things at One Kings Lane on Saturday, December 15.  Look for the two Jacques Adnet chairs and the 1940's mirrored table in the photo of her Parisian apartment, above, dog mattresses made up in her print Cairo (in the jewel tones Candy, Iznik and Jungle) and more.

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