{Francine Turk in The Break Up}

The “Break Up” was on television the other night, and it is one of my favorite flicks not only because it is set in my beloved city of Chicago (I am partial to anything set in the Windy City) but also for its prominent exhibition of artwork by my friend, Francine Turk. Remember the lovely sketches all throughout the apartment in the Break Up, supposedly drawn by Jennifer Aniston’s character, Brooke?  Well, they are actually by Turk, a Chicago based artist.  Francine’s work is also featured in the new Vince Vaughn movie The Dilemma. I have been a big fan of Francine for quite some time, and when I opened my showroom last year I naturally had to feature her work.

{Francine Turk in the Break Up}

Her work is not only beautiful, but it is versatile as well.  From placing a large collection on a living room wall to hanging one or two in a powder room, Francine Turk’s work certainly is nothing with which to “break up.”

{Francine Turk in my Buckingham Interiors + Design showroom}

{Francine Turk in my Buckingham Interiors + Design Showroom}

Turk’s official website is under construction, so the following images courtesy of “So Haute.”  Also, check out the tour of her fabulous Chicago townhouse!

{The artist with one of her pieces}

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7 Comments to 'No “Breaking Up” With This!'

Jobs in Chicago 24 Jan 11 at 10:12 am

This is an awesome post. Turk’s art is sort of like high fashion silhouettes meet art. I love the way that she does legs and backs as well. Amazing! For chicago movies though, Shall We Dance is probably my favorite. =0)

designchic 24 Jan 11 at 10:16 am

Gorgeous work…such a fan of the showroom!!

julie c 24 Jan 11 at 12:20 pm

love your showroom, julia! and i have to say the break up is one of my all time favorites too 🙂

So Haute 24 Jan 11 at 10:24 pm

Thanks for the link Julia! Great post!

Croft House 24 Jan 11 at 10:52 pm

I loved this story! Amazing artwork as well – very much our taste. I added a little note about how to work through “design by couple” that we work through everyday on our companies blog.


Julia-Chicago 25 Jan 11 at 9:15 pm

I am so proud and thrilled to have had this amazing exhibit in my showroom!
Not to mention the pieces that have been installed in my client’s homes.
A “win-win!”

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