Heath Ceramics

Casting the Mold: Heath Ceramics

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One of our favorite parts of wrapping up a project, is seeing all the pieces come together and experience the final transformation of a space into an environment. We know how much impact the details can make, so discovering Heath Ceramics (on the Matchbook Magazine Directory) made our artistic hearts flutter. We love the simplicity and clean curves of their …

The Blue Zebra

Casting the Mold: Jessica Durrant

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Fashion. Travel. A shared hometown (Atlanta). Jessica Durrant’s artwork features more than a few of our favorite things. Durrant gives her life and emotions the freedom to inspire her work. As the daughter of a Marine, relocation was a constant challenge throughout her childhood. She now credits this for her fearless appreciation and passion for travel. Durrant brings this same attitude to her skyline and …

Ruth Oosterman web

Casting the Mold: Ruth Oosterman

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We knew we had stumbled upon an inspirational artist when we could sit and stare at her homepage in admiration! Ruth Oosterman‘s work is all about harmony and balance. She has mastered many mediums in bold vibrant colors and stark monochromatic neutrals. Her pieces range from realism to abstract, from serious to whimsical moods. Oosterman’s portfolio also includes an collaborative, intergenerational …

Moonlight Sonata by Alice Dalton Brown

Casting the Mold: Alice Dalton Brown

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As summer comes to a close, we would like to share one of our favorite artists: Alice Dalton Brown. Although her roots are in the American Northeast, we stumbled upon one of our favorite prints, “Blues Come Through,” at a small shop in Austria! We love how quickly we escape into each of her images. Brown’s expertise in capturing lighting …

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Casting the Mold: Zorian Matthews

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Two of our favorite prints, “Brighton Pier” and “A Day at the Races,” are pieces by Zorian Matthews. We first encountered Zorian’s work at his Brighton Beach studio in the UK. In the midst of boardwalk chaos and the stunning summer scenery, his work caused us to pause. The vibrant colors and unique composition of everyday scenes captured us. Zorian has a beautiful …