Decor and Art and Introducing Rachel Rubenstein

( Decor by Miles Reed)
We love art. We both see everything through an artists eye. Art is so important in a room. It can pull a room together and make it flow.  It is the icing on a cake! 

(Miles Reed)
Julie remembers having a painters brush in her hand at a young age. Her mother would let her draw and paint on her bedroom walls. She would paint beautiful pictures. It gave her a tool to change her decor. Creativity has always been like food for Julie, it has been a part of her soul.   

( Miles Reed)
Danni was always drawing and creating. She used to make home-made play dough and help her brothers create battle scenes for their little plastic army men. In school she was asked to do extra art projects for her teachers because they knew how much she enjoyed them. Soon she learned to paint with oils., which became a big focus of her creativity. She has been in many shows and has sold many pieces. Danni has been teaching a painting class in her studio for years now where many students have attended.

 Interior design came easy for us. We can use the same skills as artists that we use in decor. Just like painting, we use tools such as balance, scale, and color when designing. A room can be like a blank canvas just waiting for the story to be told.

 And now, drum roll please....

We would like to introduce you to an artist that is impressive for her young age. Her name is Rachel Rubenstein, born in 1985. Her art has been displayed in many show.

She has an affinity for nature. Rachel uses found objects and molding paste to create intense movement and flow. 

 Cant you see this painting above a sofa in a contemporary designed room?

They would make an incredible statement. 

Rubenstein has a way of playing cool and warm hues off of each other. Like a reflection of a sunset off the ocean.

 She has a show coming up March 8th at the 262 Gallery.
Reception is at 6pm to 10 pm.
 262 S Los Angeles St, L.A. Calif.
  Visit her web site to see more of her pieces and where she is showing her work.!

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