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I was fortunate to document this wonderful collection of art from Art Interiors in this very elegant pied-à-terre, while taking in some spectacular views of downtown Toronto.
Art Interiors had the great honour of supplying the artwork for the patient floors in the impressively designed Bridgepoint Hospital.
Two years after my initial visit, clients (and friends) Janine and Peter have moved out of their downtown condo and into a spacious home in Toronto's west end. With ample wall space, they happily reclaimed all their art from storage and filled their home with dreamy vignettes and colourful groupings.
Christopher Hayes is known for his Canadian urban landscapes, which draw inspiration from people and places. His flat sculpture work is a mix of recycled wood, metal, and resin. These contrasts in materials play to the connection between the past and present.
Richard Herman has been with Art Interiors since the very beginning, so it was particularly thrilling to see the space where his serene landscapes and meditative abstracts are realized. His studio is small but inviting. In his words: “I've worked in this space for 15 years, so it is well worn and feels like home.”