It’s hard to imagine building a home around a piece of art, but I did exactly that. I instantly fell in love with the piece and knew it had to be the focal point of my home. The piece has such drama and whimsy that seeing it everyday fills me with the same joy it did the first time I laid eyes on it.
Atlanta Chef & Restaurateur
I have one of O.M. Norling’s paintings at my winery (Au Bon Climat) so I can admire it daily. True, the bottle of my wine in the artwork originally caught my eye, but the imagery, richness of paint, and attention to detail is captivating. It is classic. I find myself constantly needing a closer look.
California winemaker and owner of Au Bon Climat
This is what happens when you leave the door open in the Highlands…
The painting for the High Museum Atlanta Wine Auction
The work-in-progress of the Bison displayed at the art opening in January is back on the easel in the cottage studio! This painting in the rough, generated some curiosity and interest with adults as well as the 200+ students that visited the Pop-up Gallery. The piece, entitled ‘Conversations of Intrigue on Eccentric Topics About Events That Never Happened’ will be one of the several `Saturday Silent’ auction lots at this year’s High Museum Atlanta Wine Auction held on Saturday, March 24th.
While the event is sold out, you can still register as a remote bidder by clicking on the button below. Just imagine, swooping-in from the comfort of your trusty barcalounger and wrestling this piece away from unsuspecting event-goers while benefiting a great cause. Come on player, bring it!