HUMBOLDT PARK BY TED STANUGA
Guided by decades of work, Stanuga uses his intuition to disassemble and remake a world of color, shape, and form in his paintings. These spaces contain a unique sensitivity that captivates time and time again.
Tracing Space, Ted Stanuga's first solo exhibition at the gallery, opens on Friday, September 14th with a reception from 6 - 9pm and will continue through October 28th.
CABINET BENCH DESIGNED BY BROWN SALTMAN ATTRIBUTED TO JOHN KEAL
This low-lying cabinet designed by the Brown Saltman company, exemplifies the smooth, casual refinement of Mid-Century Modern. Detailed with polished nickel handles that offset its rich walnut, this versatile piece can be used to divide a room and provide occasional seating when needed.
SOFA DESIGNED BY IB KOFORD-LARSEN FOR SELIG
IB Koford-Larsen's delicately shaped arm rests and legs demonstrate his dedication to minimal forms, made specifically for their function. This timeless Danish design has been reupholstered in a soft Holly Hunt Faux Fur, perfect for a stylish and cozy living room.