Kathy Renwald: For the love of artKathy Renwald: For the love of artKathy Renwald: For the love of art

by:Merttace     2020-04-16
Everything is pink, especially the party pink.
This is what Joel Starkman said. he used to think the entrance hall was ridiculous.
Starkman sells contemporary art and his foyer is full of contemporary art.
The pink walls are covered with abstract paintings, paper carvings, metal and even dry walls.
\"Pink is soothing and powerful,\" Starkman said . \".
The 1960 house was designed by Harvey Sauber.
The Hamilton interior designer made a model on a house he loved in the French countryside.
Sauber asked it to build plunk in the middle of the western Hamilton segment, where it didn\'t look like anything else on the street.
Starkman admitted that when he saw the house while visiting nearby friends, he \"just didn\'t get it \".
When it was sold three years ago, he and his wife Mary-
Martha starsman saw it inside and had to own it.
It\'s not a big room, gorgeous woodwork, and it\'s not what Starkman said about Hugh Hefner --
Style of swimming pool.
It has a rich wall space that can accommodate large paintings or multiple pieces of work.
\"I like to fold things.
\"He has something to put.
Starkman is the son of an art collector who has loved art since childhood and has collected it for nearly 35 years.
This is not to say that Starkman uses art as an interior decoration, he shows it because he likes it.
The theme of the living room may be an evil twist.
Eric Aurandt seems to have a dramatic argument about the two plaster blocks on the foam.
Brian Burnett\'s painting \"two forms of consciousness\" looks like an illustration of a children\'s book about to derail.
The object light found by Hamilton artist Brian Kelly dropped light on the sofa.
The majestic metal bird of Bryce cambarra connects the living room with the dining room, introducing a more thoughtful tone.
A painting by Toronto artist Judy Singh provides an anchor for the restaurant, bathed in light from the floor to the ceiling, leading to a balcony overlooking the pool.
Starkman described his home as a domestic gallery, although it is not a traditional way of planning.
\"People don\'t come here to buy artwork, and the artwork is in the background.
\"He has established relationships with many artists in his collection and with them in-art-house. ca.
The Blue Room was like a jet hitting in the clouds.
\"I have to find a blue color that is strong enough for pink.
\"The Daily necessities here include sofas, tables, televisions and piles of art and books as Starkman is working on a master\'s degree at New York University.
A wall was hung with a screen to promote English Solan malt cheese, and the works of John McGregor and William Ronald filled the blanks on the table on the base.
There is a small kitchen in the Blue Room.
Sauber designed two dishwashers and two ovens as a place to cook for the party.
Starkmans hosts parties but they cook and guests will see Kanbaras, Steven Mazzas, Brian Kelly pieces, etc.
\"I don\'t want to make a statement.
My general statement is the art of the House and the house.
I emphasize the works I like.
\"Especially pink clothes. Kathyrenwald.
Everything is pink, especially the party pink.
This is what Joel Starkman said. he used to think the entrance hall was ridiculous.
Starkman sells contemporary art and his foyer is full of contemporary art.
The pink walls are covered with abstract paintings, paper carvings, metal and even dry walls.
\"Pink is soothing and powerful,\" Starkman said . \".
The 1960 house was designed by Harvey Sauber.
The Hamilton interior designer made a model on a house he loved in the French countryside.
Sauber asked it to build plunk in the middle of the western Hamilton segment, where it didn\'t look like anything else on the street.
Starkman admitted that when he saw the house while visiting nearby friends, he \"just didn\'t get it \".
When it was sold three years ago, he and his wife Mary-
Martha starsman saw it inside and had to own it.
It\'s not a big room, gorgeous woodwork, and it\'s not what Starkman said about Hugh Hefner --
Style of swimming pool.
It has a rich wall space that can accommodate large paintings or multiple pieces of work.
\"I like to fold things.
\"He has something to put.
Starkman is the son of an art collector who has loved art since childhood and has collected it for nearly 35 years.
This is not to say that Starkman uses art as an interior decoration, he shows it because he likes it.
The theme of the living room may be an evil twist.
Eric Aurandt seems to have a dramatic argument about the two plaster blocks on the foam.
Brian Burnett\'s painting \"two forms of consciousness\" looks like an illustration of a children\'s book about to derail.
The object light found by Hamilton artist Brian Kelly dropped light on the sofa.
The majestic metal bird of Bryce cambarra connects the living room with the dining room, introducing a more thoughtful tone.
A painting by Toronto artist Judy Singh provides an anchor for the restaurant, bathed in light from the floor to the ceiling, leading to a balcony overlooking the pool.
Starkman described his home as a domestic gallery, although it is not a traditional way of planning.
\"People don\'t come here to buy artwork, and the artwork is in the background.
\"He has established relationships with many artists in his collection and with them in-art-house. ca.
The Blue Room was like a jet hitting in the clouds.
\"I have to find a blue color that is strong enough for pink.
\"The Daily necessities here include sofas, tables, televisions and piles of art and books as Starkman is working on a master\'s degree at New York University.
A wall was hung with a screen to promote English Solan malt cheese, and the works of John McGregor and William Ronald filled the blanks on the table on the base.
There is a small kitchen in the Blue Room.
Sauber designed two dishwashers and two ovens as a place to cook for the party.
Starkmans hosts parties but they cook and guests will see Kanbaras, Steven Mazzas, Brian Kelly pieces, etc.
\"I don\'t want to make a statement.
My general statement is the art of the House and the house.
I emphasize the works I like.
\"Especially pink clothes. Kathyrenwald.
Everything is pink, especially the party pink.
This is what Joel Starkman said. he used to think the entrance hall was ridiculous.
Starkman sells contemporary art and his foyer is full of contemporary art.
The pink walls are covered with abstract paintings, paper carvings, metal and even dry walls.
\"Pink is soothing and powerful,\" Starkman said . \".
The 1960 house was designed by Harvey Sauber.
The Hamilton interior designer made a model on a house he loved in the French countryside.
Sauber asked it to build plunk in the middle of the western Hamilton segment, where it didn\'t look like anything else on the street.
Starkman admitted that when he saw the house while visiting nearby friends, he \"just didn\'t get it \".
When it was sold three years ago, he and his wife Mary-
Martha starsman saw it inside and had to own it.
It\'s not a big room, gorgeous woodwork, and it\'s not what Starkman said about Hugh Hefner --
Style of swimming pool.
It has a rich wall space that can accommodate large paintings or multiple pieces of work.
\"I like to fold things.
\"He has something to put.
Starkman is the son of an art collector who has loved art since childhood and has collected it for nearly 35 years.
This is not to say that Starkman uses art as an interior decoration, he shows it because he likes it.
The theme of the living room may be an evil twist.
Eric Aurandt seems to have a dramatic argument about the two plaster blocks on the foam.
Brian Burnett\'s painting \"two forms of consciousness\" looks like an illustration of a children\'s book about to derail.
The object light found by Hamilton artist Brian Kelly dropped light on the sofa.
The majestic metal bird of Bryce cambarra connects the living room with the dining room, introducing a more thoughtful tone.
A painting by Toronto artist Judy Singh provides an anchor for the restaurant, bathed in light from the floor to the ceiling, leading to a balcony overlooking the pool.
Starkman described his home as a domestic gallery, although it is not a traditional way of planning.
\"People don\'t come here to buy artwork, and the artwork is in the background.
\"He has established relationships with many artists in his collection and with them in-art-house. ca.
The Blue Room was like a jet hitting in the clouds.
\"I have to find a blue color that is strong enough for pink.
\"The Daily necessities here include sofas, tables, televisions and piles of art and books as Starkman is working on a master\'s degree at New York University.
A wall was hung with a screen to promote English Solan malt cheese, and the works of John McGregor and William Ronald filled the blanks on the table on the base.
There is a small kitchen in the Blue Room.
Sauber designed two dishwashers and two ovens as a place to cook for the party.
Starkmans hosts parties but they cook and guests will see Kanbaras, Steven Mazzas, Brian Kelly pieces, etc.
\"I don\'t want to make a statement.
My general statement is the art of the House and the house.
I emphasize the works I like.
\"Especially pink clothes. Kathyrenwald. com
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