Obsession Du Jour: The Artwork Of Laura Segal

Harvard trained architect, mother of twins and artist, Laura Segal is undoubtedly a busy lady. Viewing this talented artist’s work, it’s easy to see the influence of her architectural background.  And, viewing Laura Segal’s blog, it’s easy to see how beautiful her paintings look installed in their new surroundings.  For more of Ms. Segal’s work, you can check out her site, her blog and her etsy shop, all here.  Enjoy!

 

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  1. very cool stuff…

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  2. pve design wrote:

    love the way you are easily obsessed with cool things.
    fantastic artwork.
    pve

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  3. Debby wrote:

    Very cool! xo

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  4. It's like Rothko amplified and I love it.

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  5. J wrote:

    Looks gorgeous!!
    xoxo Jen 😉

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  6. Very interesting art – and very architectonic indeed. Will pop over and check out her blog and site.

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  7. not into this kind of art ..

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  8. very cool work 🙂

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  9. Rico wrote:

    Very cool. I've seen this artist's work at open studios and it's amazing!

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  10. Anonymous wrote:

    The word is out… LS rocks!
    We are the proud owners of four exceptional pieces. Hoping to add more to our collection soon.
    JB

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  11. I Dream Of wrote:

    Beautiful. Love how the architectural quality gives them restraint, but the texture of the drippy paint looks like its trying to escape. Quite and lively at the same time. I can see why you're obsessed!

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  12. It's gorgeous! Have a beautiful day, Kellie xx

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  13. designchic wrote:

    Love the way that statement art makes a space…gorgeous!!

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  14. The Now wrote:

    oh WOW, it's absolutely STUNNING!!! xoxo

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  15. Lily wrote:

    Really cool !!

    xxLily
    goldandgray.com

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  16. Lots of drama in these pieces. Would definitely make a statement in a room.

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  17. Beautiful Geometry and color. Thanks for the heads up!! Been busy with the website so I don't comment as much. We are excited to be included in HGTV's Freebie Friday giveaway tomorrow. We are giving away a cool Asian lacquer coffee or low side table in one of 5 color options, so come on by for a chance to win!! Its worth upwards of $500.00 so its our biggest yet.
    Good Luck!
    Liz

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  18. Wow- gorgeous art! I love the blending of the beautiful colors. I am off to check out her blog. Thanks for the intro.!

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  19. Love it!!! One of those on a wall would make a space!! Great find, Sue!! xx

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  20. CDS wrote:

    Very nice. 🙂

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  21. Anonymous wrote:

    I can see her work as fabric. Nice!!
    Yvonne

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  22. It's so interesting and fun to look at!

    I'm your newest follower via Inspired Design 🙂

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  23. Wow, beautiful artwork! I will have to hop over to see more 🙂
    Nancy xo

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  24. Amy wrote:

    They look even more beautiful in person!

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  25. I wasn't sure how I felt about the pieces until the last shot. In a room it's really a showstopper.

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  26. Anonymous wrote:

    Love those! they're even prettier in person!!

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