Animal Art

I love a bold piece of art – especially if it’s of an animal.  If you are an animal lover, this is a great what to add a statement piece that’s still fun.

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Full Service Interior Design firm based out of Atlanta, GA. We are dedicated to designing your space to reflect who you are and the things you love.
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8 Responses to Animal Art

  1. The first elephant is such a great statement piece. Definitely a conversation starter and could give a room a whole new feel. Love your pictures.

  2. I happened upon your blog by chance today. I couldn’t help but wonder what you would think of my art. I am a young full time Charleston artist. I love your focus on animal art. Any focus on animals is good for their cause. Thank you for your inspiring pictures. christinahewson.com

    • Hey Christina – Thanks reading my blog! I love animal art and Charleston :) Your art is really beautiful! Thanks for sharing. ME

    • Hey Christina! I wanted to share with you – I was in Chas visiting my best friend and we were at the antique store in Windemere and saw you art on display! Such a small world. It’s really beautiful in person :) If I ever have a need for that type of art in one of my design jobs, I will let you know. Thanks again for reading!

      • I am just now seeing your June 4, reply to my comment. I did not receive any notification. I just happened to be looking at your blog and saw it. It truly is a small world. What are the chances that you would stop into Windermere? I am so pleased that you saw my art. Thank you for your kind words. I would be honored to serve you and your clients in the future. Thank you for your time and kindness. Christina Hewson

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    Hey there, I just hopped over to your web-site using StumbleUpon. Not somthing I would normally read, but I appreciated your thoughts none the less. Thank you for making something worth reading through.

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