Tuesday, January 03, 2012

Amanda Stone Talley

Today I want to share the beautiful work of painter Amanda Stone Talley.  Amanda recently introduced herself to me, via this blog, and I have instantly fallen in love with her work.  Graphic, undulating, natural shapes, playfulness - what's not to love? The pieces below are from her website.








Amanda is also a textile designer!




Here is a sample of one of her fabrics:



So, does her work remind you of anything?  
Ah yes - my entry wall! 



I don't know if I ever saw Amanda's work before now, but I may have. 

Oh wait... I know I've seen the photo below somewhere in the wilds of blog land.


Obviously it made an impression.  Not only on me, but also on Jamie Meares, whose beautiful wall at Furbish inspired me to paint my entry.  The magical thing about Amanda's paintings is that they work on you over time, embedding itself into your subconscious.  The pattern speaks to you, but you can't remember where you saw it or what it was.  Thank you, Amanda, for the introduction.  Your work is so lovely.  I hope you don't mind a little emulation.  It's high praise, I promise.

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My Entryway


7 comments:

Tanya from Dans le Townhouse said...

Her work is lovely. So inspiring. And I still LOVE your wall and your bravery.

Tereza {Drastic Plastic} said...

Happy New Year!!! I hope 2012 will be the best year ever for all of us. I hope this year will be creative, full of passion and hope.

Brandi@ Flights of Whimsy said...

I thought of your entryway as soon as I saw this! Love her work, the texture is amazing too.

christine {bijouandboheme} said...

How have I never seen your foyer before? It's AMAZING...absolutely incredible! Wow...love, love, love. And I agree, adore Ms. Talley's work- that pink one is my favourite- no big surprise:)

NotesFromAbroad said...

Wonderful ! I love the foyer and her work .. besitos. C

Jessica Rowe {The Aestate} said...

Your foyer- WOW! Love it!!
Her work is amazing, love her!

Ann said...

I just love your foyer!
And I admire your execution and bravery. And it looks so cool next to your open door.