Sunday, November 27, 2011

LIZ SHERMAN ~ THE GUESSING GAME

Interior designer Liz Sherman is a person difficult to describe, as those who know her will tell you. Sherman graduated from Vassar and later received a degree from the Parson School of Design. She interned for Billy Baldwin and was also an art advisor before opening her own business.

Sherman finds pieces of junk salvage that she transforms into pieces that she visualizes immediately upon seeing them. After knocking down several walls in her Manhattan 1900-square-foot apartment, leaving a huge column that she had painted with graffiti, Sherman decorated it using her creations.

I wouldn't mind being in her head for a few minutes to see how she thinks. You? ENJOY?






Now... Christmas begins!

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6 comments :

The enchanted home said...

Wow the use of saturated color is so striking, dramatic yes restful not so much:) Thats the beauty of art, it is the ultimate form of self expression and a way for someone to really be themselves, bravo to her for doing just that!

eclecticrevisited said...

what a creative and inspiring space!!...love the idea of repurposing salvaged materials and creating artistic pieces....I think I would love to spend some time in this place, perusing all the different pieces....
best,
maureen

Carla Aston said...

Interesting mix. She definitely has an artist's mind. I'm not sure I could sleep in that bed with those faces above me!

quintessence said...

Yes - so creative!! There is indeed a lot going on in that head of hers!

My Notting Hill said...

I'm loving how she painted above and below the window frames black.

Kim@Chattafabulous said...

That's a tough look to pull off - don't know if I would have the vision to blend it as successfully as she has!

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