Have you seen the work of photo realist painter Eric Zener? These paintings would look amazing in a modern cottage or beach house. When I first discovered his work the words, calm, relaxing and weightless came to mind and then I read this...
It is so true; just looking at his works is an escape into a quiet place. I love how he is able to capture bubbles that look so real you want to reach out and touch them.
|Eric Zener in his San Francisco studio.|
Nice post, it compliments some of the other articles I have seen on the new GF DVC, as the focus on the wall art in particular is a nifty focus, the image of the Beach at the Grand Floridian with the Chaise lounges with the sun shades on them (is there a more concise way of saying that? like a name for that particular variation on a chose lounge?) anyhow, that art looks like it was inspired by a photograph that was actually on a GF postcard, some of the other art of actual things that really are at the Grand Floridian would similarly seem to be inspired by other pieces of stock Disney photos Disney has relied on tin the past, but I think that is a really neat thing. I mean it is not like they went the cheapest route and just did prints of the photos, they took the time to have them interpreted in a style as paintings that makes them really fit right in, but at the same time and long-time disney fans who remember those shots will get that warm sense of recognition you get when you see a familiar old photo, very cool! Artist ArtistReplyDelete