I'm very honored to have my recent seascape series featured in an article in the Palm Beach Daily News. Titled "Art, Colors of the Sea Inspire Waterfront Designs," the piece was written by interior design extraordinaire Carleton Varney, who has not only placed my work in his clients' homes but purchased art for himself. The article can be found in the paper's "Home & Loggia" section (Dec 15, 2017) and read online. Thank you, Carleton!
For those of you who don't know Carleton Varney, he is president/owner of Dorothy Draper & Co., an international design firm with offices in New York, West Palm Beach, London and White Sulphur Springs, West Virginia. He's designed the homes of superstar clients all over the world, as well as hotels & resorts, cruise ships, yachts, private planes and institutional buildings. He creates designs for Dorothy Draper Fabric & Wallcoverings, has written numerous books on decoration and design and writes a weekly column for the Palm Beach Daily News. You can learn all about Carleton Varney and shop his designs on his own website carletonvarney.com.