Wednesday, September 12, 2007

Scott Ingram

Speaking of drip painting...

A work of "nail polish on paper" by Atlanta artist Scott Ingram is the focal point of this lovely room by Suzanne Kasler.

A show at the Solomon Projects Gallery illustrates Ingram's technique.

Here is another Ingram installation seen at Apartment Therapy.

15 comments:

Habitually Chic said...

Very cool! I may have to get out all my old bottles of nail polish and create my own art ;-)

Style Court said...

So interesting to see his work in the Kasler room. Great post.

Sarah Jennings said...

I really like the work of Scott Ingram. Great post!

So, when do we get to see your husband's art?

the House of Beauty and Culture said...

I love the room at the top - now I think that is just perfect.
Also really like this type of art, fantastic!

Brilliant Asylum said...

Sarah--Thanks for asking. I am still trying to talk him into letting me do a post on his work. I will forward your request.
: )

{RNVL} said...

Really like this post--the detailed shots of the artwork and the rooms they inhabit--beautiful!

Laura said...

I really like the sofa in the Kasler room, and I really love the art. I think the "paintings" are so appealing.

ALL THE BEST said...

Great post! Yes, do work on your husband, we'd love to see his work!

Mrs. Blandings said...

The art is fun - but the striped chairs in the top image is making cast around my dream house for something to re-cover!

Jackie Von Tobel said...

I love the room and it's been a long time since I admired anything even remotely gray and burgundy! The nail polish technique is awesome. It reminds me of how many tables I ruined as a teenager!
Jackie

katiedid said...

That first room is wonderful! I think my favorite painting is really the gallery peice with all the drips at the bottom. I think it would be great to be able to buy one like that!

coco+kelley said...

oh, YES! i have the top room in my inspiration folder and i remember thinking how well the painting pulled all the colors. now i know who the artist was! thank you!

Bhavna said...

Such interesting art! Awesome!

franki durbin said...

how devilishly clever! Hmm... I can think of a few ways to do this on my own, but he has such a clean, modern way of achieving his results. very nice post. I am always excited about art!

Anonymous said...

I'm obsessed with the fireplace. It's super nice.

-ontario honey