A couple of days have passed since PAD Genève gloriously happened and I Lobo You has fallen in love with Todd Merrill‘s decorative art at its stand, so we are eager to show to our beloved readers the best of this art gallery at this design event. Todd Merrill Studio showcased works from 11 wonderful contemporary artists, and for 4 days it presented to its visitors the best of the best from collectible design.
Molly Hatch is a ceramic artist and designer making objects into paintings and paintings into objects. Composed of 35 hand-painted earthenware plates, MEMENTO reimagines a 17th century Dutch still life origins, abstraction, and representation all at once. This beautiful piece of decorative art looked is simply outstanding but when combined with the rest of the furniture design the result is absolutely marvelous.
Timothy Horn’s delicate bronze and blown glass pearl sculpture Coquette hangs above a mahogany and bronze standing cabinet from Jean-Luc Le Mounier. Taking references from nature both modern art gems bring a sense of glamour on a grand scale and are great examples of furniture craft.
Sophie Coryndon’s striking decorative art cannot go unnoticed. The large tapestry-like honeycomb cast wall sculpture Dossell is flanked by a pair of intimate honeycomb Marriage Mirrors. Todd Merrill Custom Original’s Sugar Bowl Settees are perfectly paired with 2 bronze sculptural stools from New York artist Erin Sullivan and a unique coffee table from LA designer Damian Jones. Dominick Leuci’s blown stainless steel chandelier completes the nature-inspired vignette.
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Timothy Horn’s bronze and glass installation Tree of Heaven No.6 hangs above a bronze desk and chair by Alex Roskin. Floating to the right, Joanna Manousis’ Opal Luna gradually shifts from a clear to opaque in a teardrop formation.
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