MATTHEW RACHMAN, OWNER
“Revolution and Evolution” by Chris Trejo
“I find Trejo’s work so interesting! He combines painting with a marring technique he’s developed, and every piece is done on reclaimed wood, sometimes from vintage furniture he’s deconstructed.”
Gino Sarfatti Chandelier
“Designed for Flos in 1958, this piece came in two styles - 30 bulb and 50 bulb. The version we have in the gallery is the 50 bulb, because hey, go big, or go home!”
Genuine Brazilian Cowhides
“These high-quality hides are the real deal! We have an extensive collection of hides, ranging in a variety of colors, sizes and markings. They’re all beautiful, but the champagne and gold acid washed hides are particularly striking.”
JENNI BUTTON, GALLERY DIRECTOR
“Jail Break” by Ben Tinsley
“One of my favorite pieces we have in the gallery, by one of my favorite artists. Graphic abstractions and bold color palettes make every piece from Ben’s ‘Jungle Boogie’ collection a statement piece.”
Ello Glass Credenza
“Love the grey color scale, love the chevron pattern, and I love the chic/sassy element of it being made of glass.”
Richard Mock Sculpture
“This cast bronze sculpture just came into the gallery, and we all fell in love with it immediately! The silhouette is gorgeous, and the patina is a dream. This would be perfect as a dramatic addition to an entryway, or as a more organic focal point in a garden, surrounded by ivy and greenery.”
JUSTINE SALVA, GALLERY COORDINATOR
“Divided” by Jean Alexander Frater
“I am obsessed with Jean Alexander Frater and her artwork. Each piece of hers has geometric and angular qualities (which are elements that I love), and it is especially prevalent in ‘Divided.’”
Herman Miller Bench
“I have a soft spot for all Herman Miller designs. What I especially love about this piece is the combination of walnut and ebonized walnut, which creates contrast within a neutral color pallet.”
Curtis Jere Starburst Metal Wall Sculpture
"This piece is vintage, yet still feels incredibly relevant. Aside from metallics being on trend, the starburst shape is still being reproduced today. Why buy a reproduction, when you can have the quality of the original?”
M. T. WILSON, CONSULTANT
Ushio Shinohara "Tiger Girl" Serigraph
"Fantastic, vibrant coloring in this. If you find one of your rooms is dull and has little to no natural light, adding color into the space can really brighten up a room. The pop of coral is mesmerizing."
Set of Benches Attributed to Harvey Probber
"Just remember all living spaces are open for interpretation when it comes to what you put in it, these benches a perfect example! Instead of using a sofa or a love seat try making the focus of the room these benches if you have an occasional room, office, den or even a sun room. These provide an instantly inviting place to converse placed across from one another."
Laurel Brutalist Lamp
"Lighting doesn’t always have to be an accent piece, this particular attractive lamp can act as a standalone multi-material sculpture as well. Really into how the circle is not fully enclosed and the spikes are a great finish touch."
MARTHA MORIMOTO, DESIGN ASSOCIATE
Paul McCobb Dresser
"A sleek design with intricate details on the pulls. This pairs well with Matt’s August pick, Cleveland Dean’s paintings!"
Danish Teak Bench by Løvig
"A classic! A must-have for designers or those who have an eye for great teak furniture."
“Shapeshifting” by Hannah Perry Saucier
"Wow! I am in love with this incredible large scale painting. This would look great in a bright and spacious living room."