We asked Carla, director of our Haverford gallery, about which artworks she would like to see hanging in this charming living area. She chose three pieces—a photograph, a sculpture, and a painting—each complementing different aspects of the interior design. Which piece would you hang in this space?
David Burdeny | Tomorrow’s Harvest
The simplicity and coloration of David Burdeny’s photograph Tomorrow’s Harvest creates a calm presence in the highly textured room. The symmetry of Burdeny’s composition provides a balanced focal point in between these two bookshelves.
David Burdeny: View More Work | In the Artist’s Studio | On the Wall
Matt Devine | OB Jetty
Devine’s stunning wall sculpture OB Jetty anchors the room with color and dimension. Reminiscent of soothing ocean waves, this piece adds movement to the space.
Matt Devine: View More Work | Inside the Studio | On the Wall
Ariel Vargassal | Whatever It Takes
The navy suit, confident stance, and sophisticated simplicity of Vargassal’s painting complements the dark color and vertical lines of the surrounding furnishings. The impressive scale of this painting makes a bold statement in this space.
Ariel Vargassal: View More Work | In the Artist’s Studio | On the Wall