A Chance Encounter

Thursday, May 26, 2011 | Category: Art

I always love it when the blog leads me to something new.  Whether it’s a vendor, client, product, or another blogger, I’m always amazed by the people and things that are introduced to me via MG!  The other day a local Dallas artist commented on one of our blog posts, and since I have been looking for art for my living room for the past twelve months (no kidding), I knew it was fate that brought us together!  The artist was Lindsey Meyer and she was exactly my style.  I wanted something bright and colorful (a piece that would give my living room some life). It was starting to feel like a dark cave in there (definitely not good).  We worked together to create the perfect piece (actually, who am I kidding- Lindsey worked to create the perfect piece, and I just waited patiently for her to call me and say it’s ready!)

{Piece I commissioned from Lindsey}

When I picked it up, I couldn’t help but notice Lindsey’s house.  She has a great eye for color and an amazing sense of style! Her home incorporated her own colorful abstract artwork mixed with fab vintage finds (deals so great that I was a tad bit jealous).

{Lindsey’s own home}

Check out some of Lindsey’s other work- (most have sold, but not to worry, she can just paint you something totally new :))  There is no doubt that this gal loves color as much as I do!

Lindsey was such a pleasure to work with and I hope that we get to collaborate on something again very soon!

If interested in her art, email her here.

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5 Comments to 'A Chance Encounter'

Lisa 27 May 11 at 12:40 pm


ALICE IN DESIGNLAND 28 May 11 at 1:09 am

The piece Lindsey did for you is great. Looking forward to seeing it in your space.

Stephanie 28 May 11 at 7:18 pm

Very beautiful! I love the piece she did for you and the last one is great! Thanks for sharing!

Amy Tate 02 Jun 11 at 11:33 am

These are beautiful! I want to personally invite you into Calypso Home Dallas. We opened 4/29 and have beautiful, unique pieces and many one of a kinds! The address is 8413 Preston Center Plaza 75225
Amy Tate

Elle 03 Jun 11 at 12:43 pm

Thanks for sharing Lindsey’s work with us… It is truly amazing, and your observation on her control and use of color is dead on.

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