Wednesday, October 20, 2010

Natural Curiosities

Fernando Boher Collection

The High Point Furniture Market is in town, which means two things. One - I've had the pleasure of checking out the latest home trends and two - my feet are killing me! With so much great design to see it's easy to soldier through the pain, especially after viewing the unique art selection from Natural Curiosities by Christopher Wilcox. They have a team of over 15 artists and house a collection of over 60,000 images, textiles, textures, plants and other creative objects. Plus, their often large art pieces are "meticulously handmade in America and supported by the environmental vision that walks hand-in-hand with true art."

My favorite ideas ranged from over-sized sea patterns to small groups of sketches. I believe they exclusively sell to wholesalers, but one can still be inspired by their art and message!

4 comments:

cindy said...

yes, i love the ships!

Lynn-anne Bruns said...

Ah, I love these - did get to see them in person at high point - LOVE Paule marot. Did you know stephen shell is doing Paule marot painted case goods? So pretty. ps I bought that bee hive print at high point yesterday - it's perfectly framed, like everything natural curiosities do :) ps as well - your blog is amaz-o.
best, lynn-anne bruns

Megan said...

I am so inspired the his site and the message- thank you for sharing. i hope to find a similar asthetic for art in my home

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