I’m not sure how the very hip store, Salvage, found its way to my neighborhood (a happy one, but not particularly hip). Nevertheless, we are blessed with a store front full of mid-century teak and things the shape of kidney beans. I like to go in and gawk at the old-timey artifacts of my (recent?) past–cameras, typewriters, telephones with curly cords.
Last time, I wandered in, I found these Jessica Brilli paintings on display. She likes the old stuff, too.
I’d love to buy a Brilli–or a whole pod of them (a gaggle? a flock? what’s the word for a horde of paintings?). I’m short on cash but maybe we could make a trade. Jessica, how about I’ll paint triangles on your staircase in exchange for the typewriter on red?
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I love these! Have not yet made it into Salvage… just pressed my nose against the window in lust since it’s always closed when I’m in the ‘hood.
These are very cool! I’ll have to go check ’em out in person. 🙂
The store looks great–and I love the paintings–does she sell online, too? We desperately need some art for our house!
So you wanna paint my stairs? I could be up for that.
It’s a deal. You don’t happen to live on the fourth floor, do you? Love your paintings–I’m a big fan.
Cool! Maybe we can set something up in the new year.