Vol. 07.21.2019 | Sunday Selects

FABIO MODICA

Fabio Modica blends abstraction and representation with a dramatic, vivid color palette capturing the eye of the viewer. He made a departure from realism in his early years as an artist and developed a “semi-abstracted” style utilizing sheer lines and colors.

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LINDA COSGROVE

Linda Cosgrove’s surrealist works in oil are acclaimed for reviving the medieval practice of oil-on-copper, and create a synthesis of Renaissance-inspired pieces with a strong hint of dark humor. Cosgrove has been featured in the company of renowned artists including Durer, Rembrandt and David Hockney.

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KIM FONDER

Kim Fonder loves texture and touch. Her paintings and furniture reflect her infatuation with these two characteristics. From the materials Fonder selects, to the way she crafts each piece; these two attributes remain her focus. 

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MINERALS

Exhibit by Aberson has been searching for and acquiring minerals from around the world. A fusion of  design and primitive form, they  are hand-selected to add texture and interest to spaces.

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SOGNO DI FINE ESTATE, 5 SUITE AFFACCIATE SUL MARE DI SANTORINI


The intervention of the designers has preserved as much as possible the original forms, remodeled just enough to make the hotel overlooking the sea of ​​Santorini welcoming and functional. 

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THE SICILIAN SLUSH

If you love the citrusy bite of Campari, it’s time to meet your new summer drink. The Sicilian Slush pairs the Italian aperitivo with herbal gin and plenty of freshly squeezed orange juice to create a blush-pink, bittersweet slushie that delivers even more refreshment.

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RADICCHIO AND CITRUS SALAD WITH BURRATA

We’re over having to carefully cut the peels off citrus before slicing them; simply peeling them first keeps their natural shape intact and saves time. This recipe is from L’Oursin in Seattle, WA.

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STEP INSIDE MARIA SHARAPOVA SUN-DRENCHED L.A. HOME

Every square inch of Maria Sharapova’s dreamy Los Angeles home is a testament to the tennis great’s style, spirit, and focus

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VALOIS TAPESTRIES AND CATHERINE DE MEDICI-WITH STEPHANIE MERRITT

The Valois Tapestries are a series of eight tapestries depicting festivities or ‘magnificences’ at the Court of France in the second half of the 16th century. The tapestries were worked in the Spanish Netherlands, probably in Brussels or Antwerp, shortly after 1580

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