Artistry, Permanent Art – Murals, Ornamentation, Mouldings
Artistry, Permanent Art – Murals and Ornamentation represents the finest in Wall Decor. The epitome of the decorative arts is now. The artistry of today’s masters combines all those that have come before with all the advantages of technology today. I loved putting this post together. Artistry in Wall Decor are rooms that are works of art. They represent the best in the long and illustrious tradition of classical decorative arts and boiserie panels. It is an investment that inspiration can fuel. My calendar of posts for 2020 has a lot to do with extreme beauty. Who knew at the time that a global pandemic would occur. But now more than ever admiring Beauty lifts our spirits and living with it brings joy and appreciation.
That is exactly how I feel every day when I pass the entrance to my dining room. The dining room space itself is in progress and I don’t want to show it before all the wall decor is complete. The peacock feather pilasters are from Decorators Supply.
This is permanent ornamentation. Even though we are planning on selling our home before the fall. We did not know that when we decided to create this wonderful entrance to our dining room. I am sure that it will bring the perfect buyer who will enjoy it as much as we do. Who else has this in their home. Apparently very few. When I called Decorators Supply to order it they informed me that they had not sold any in many years and would have to check and get back to me.
I silver leafed the peacock feather carving.
They no longer had it in compo but could cast it an enhanced plaster for increased durability.
Decorators Supply today. Mark Marynick purchased Decorators Supply last February 2019. He also owns CASCI Plaster in Dallas with Porter Fuqua,
This is Decorators Supply. They have the real thing. Masters that create the highest quality plaster casting. No dumb downed edges like foam castings.
Modern Ionic Plaster Capital – $117.35
Decorators Supply Vertical Pilasters – Italian Renaissance Pilaster – $1,132.72
This beauty is made in compo. It has an impressive pedigree dating back to the famous English architect Robert Adam. There are two techniques to apply compo.
- Steam application – This is the art of working with compo. Applying composition to wood
- Non Steaming Method – Multi Surface Compo Installation
Boiserie Wall Panels
Artistry, The Permanent Art of a JP Weaver Company
More information about working with composition ornament and finishing ornamentation by JP Weaver.
An Introduction To Composition Ornament. by JP Weaver
Lenna’s Color Techniques by Lenna of JP Weaver
Permanent Art – Rooms with Ornamentation and Mouldings
White River – Magnificent boiserie wall panels.
“Good Design is forever.” Van Day Truex
The Art of Organizing Interior Space
“Interior Design is just an art that we live in.”
Artistry, Permanent Murals
Your home is a perfect place for your personalized permanent art. Whether you are drawn to murals, the decorative arts, ornamentation or both. Permanent Art goes beyond increasing the value of your home . It is a lifestyle where the space is the work of art and it feels great being there.
“Decorating is not about making stage sets, it’s not about making pretty pictures for the magazines, it’s really about creating a quality of life, a beauty that nourishes the soul.” Albert Hadley
It takes practice to gain artistry, but it also takes a kind of creative spark. The word artistry first appeared in the 1830s from artist. The root is the Latin word ars, or “art.”
Muralist, Inga Belozerova – Michelangelo Decorative Painting
Inga was born in Moscow. At a very young age, she was drawing. Her engineer parents sent her to an art studio for children at age 6. At 10 she passed entrance exams and started Junior Art school while continuing with her regular studies. After graduating with honors she was accepted to Moscow University to continue her studies of fine art. She graduated with honors and received an MD in fine art and teaching. She worked as an art teacher after university before moving to the USA.
In 2001 she was hired by a premier New Jersey decorative painting company. There she also met her future husband and business partner Louis Triverio. Louis started his own business shortly after that, “Michelangelo Decorative Painting”. In 2007 Inga joined him full time. She does the fine art projects and Louis does the decorative finishes and plasters.
“There is no excuse for doing anything which is not strikingly beautiful.” William Morris
A superior skill that you can learn by study, practice and observation.
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