My Mother is a voracious art collector and her beautiful home certainly reflects that passion. Today I thought I'd share a peek at a few of the art pieces you can find in the heart of any home: the kitchen.
This is a fossilized fish from Wyoming and the Eocene Age (40-60 million years ago). This piece was made by Hibbs Art Glass.
I love the tiles she chose for her backsplash.
They're Arts & Crafts style tiles from Motawi Tileworks. Motawi tiles are individually crafted and hand-glazed so that no two tiles are exactly alike.
This is my Mom's computer area.
She does our "Adventures in Arting" podcasts from her kitchen! You can see the headphones on the table, as well as a little painting that I did. Speaking of the table, it was made by Hudson River Inlay. As you might suspect based on the maker's name, there is gorgeous inlay in the table.
One of the nice things about Hudson River Inlay is that for every tree they use, they plant ten more trees through the "Hardwood Forestry Fund."
The rug is from Stickley.
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