Art

Posted by rochelle greayer | 26 April 2012

Following up on my earlier post– these are some of the great original graphics that Tin prints on his canvas pillows and canvases. (available at...

Posted by rochelle greayer | 28 February 2012

I seem to never fail to find so many works of Environmental Art to be supremely inspirational.   Stuart Frost has created a series of works across...

Posted by rochelle greayer | 17 February 2012

I am ready for the weekend….and then I am not….this is going to be one of those really, really, really long-feeling weekends, because next week...

Posted by rochelle greayer | 03 February 2012

What are you doing this weekend?  My parents are coming to visit — cross your fingers that they are on one of the very flights...

Posted by rochelle greayer | 31 January 2012

Did you see the fantastic mural at a NYC nursery by street artist Roa over at Leaflets yesterday?   I am absolutely in love with this art...

Posted by rochelle greayer | 27 January 2012

This installation in Jaujac, France by french Artist gaëlle villedary, not only feeds my incessant yearning for French travel, but it also so beautifully illustrates...

Posted by rochelle greayer | 26 January 2012

Oh Friends — this is going to be one of those heavy posting days…..where I have plans to share a thing or two with you...

Posted by rochelle greayer | 24 January 2012

Perhaps the best trade show I have ever attended is Maison et Objet (which is currently underway in Paris).  There is just so many exciting...

Posted by rochelle greayer | 17 January 2012

With the impending holiday approaching, I’m pleased to have discovered  these valentine inspired botanical fine art prints by Due Alberi.    Due Alberi is a...

Posted by rochelle greayer | 17 January 2012

Do you remember this post? I do… for two reasons….first, it remains to this day, one of the most responded to posts since I wrote...

Posted by rochelle greayer | 13 January 2012

Is this not perhaps one of the most fantastically interesting garden swings that you have seen?   It is made by De Bruir, as are...

Posted by rochelle greayer | 19 December 2011

Oh Dear!– look what I’ve just discovered.  The photography of Tim Pugh has me crushing on him like I crush on Andy Goldsworthy and other...

Sun Block printed bottles via www.pithandvigor.com
Posted by rochelle greayer | 29 July 2011

I am not sure how I feel about being old enough to see fashions and fads truly recycle themselves.  I remember my grandmother and mother...

Posted by rochelle greayer | 13 July 2011

Nuria Mora has a new installation on a rooftop by the East River in New York City.  It’s not jsut a painting, but a garden,...

Posted by rochelle greayer | 08 July 2011

I am fascinated by the creativity of Gregory Euclide.  His landscapes are a mixed media, surreal, pleasure to rest your eyes on.   As a kid...

Posted by rochelle greayer | 05 July 2011

Have you ever seen something and realized it is exactly what you are looking for, but didn’t know it until you saw it?  I have...

Posted by rochelle greayer | 22 June 2011

Truly artistic garden art is not always so easy to find.  The market is flooded with kitsch and sometimes downright tacky garden “art” so truly...

Posted by rochelle greayer | 07 June 2011

I find it particularly interesting when real life photography resembles abstract art.  Like the National Geographic photo I shared a couple weeks ago.  The Emply...

Posted by rochelle greayer | 31 May 2011

Am I the only one who feels like this tuesday is more like a monday and really slow to get started? I hope you all...

Posted by rochelle greayer | 20 May 2011

You probably have seen Anna Garforth’s work around….she is one of the original ‘moss words on walls’ artists.  But she has some other really exciting...

Posted by rochelle greayer | 19 May 2011

Simple is anything but simple.  Simple’s (the artists name is simply, Simple) garden art is actually quite exciting.  My favorite is his collection of espaliered...