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We really enjoyed all the vibrant colors and paintings!
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Beautiful home. Colorful and stylish. Nice.
Sincerely, Eva (Sweden)
Vackert hem. Färg glatt och stilfullt. Snyggt.
Med vänliga hälsningar Eva (Sverige)
Thanks for your comments.
Michael – you captured the essence of Steve. What a wonderful place to spend an afternoon. Love the white walls. Really shows off the art. Which, by the way, is amazing to see hung rather than as a single image. I love the rolling ceiling – the one armed chair – and THE TABLE!
Steve looks great. Serious. Contemplative… my wife called him a sexy beast.
I love the studio space. It looks… comfortable. Used. A perfect place to create.
So glad to see Stephen a part of this staggering project. Well done guys.
I love that your wife called him a sexy beast…
Samantha Hall (the wife)
With so much light in the apartment, Stephen is able to showcase his beautiful art work (including the mosaic table, I’m sure) to its advantage. Colors are all stunning against the white walls.
That table is indeed his. Its funny Stephen prefers to live in the sunny part of the apartment and paint in the darker room.
Great shots as usual… You really captured the sense of dedication Stephen has to his talent/ craft.
The paintings are beautiful and I like the silent tension he evokes in them. Thank you
Thanks for your comment. I hadnt seen Stephens work in a while , so it was great to see how he’s progressed. Ive known him a long time so I know just how dedicated he is. I am glad you enjoyed the shots.
i like the way how he uses the color in his arts, lool.
p.s. the pillow is interesting…
Stephen has always been about color. Take a look at his web site it goes chronologically backwards you can see the progress of his work. Color has always played a big part in it.
We got the pillow in a very cool store in Sayulita, Mexico
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