It's 10 o'clock, do you know where your art is?

Hello, darlings! How are you?

A big glittery welcome to those just joining us from the Clio Art Fair last weekend. It was lovely meeting you and getting a chance to hear about your art adventures. The Fair was a fabulous time, filled to the brim with so much great art! I’m honored to have been in such company for the weekend.

The delighted collector of Sub rosa (7 in x 5 in, oil on panel), picture above, mentioned the desire to display it in his bathroom. Love it! I’m all about creative ideas in the display of art. It’s so easy to get stuck on the standards: hallways, living rooms, dining rooms, office. But what about bathrooms, bedrooms, ceilings, floors, closets, odd little nooks and crannies all over the place?

For this one, however, a note of caution is warranted. Oil paintings, especially one like this on wood, may not fare well in the constant temperature and humidity fluctuations found in most bathrooms. He’ll need to keep an eye on it and move it at the first sign of trouble—cracks and mold are the dangers here.

Art in the bathroom is a stunning idea and one I highly recommend to everyone. But it does come with some additional challenges. If you’ve got interesting ideas and stories about art in unusual places, smash the reply button and let know. I’m always on the lookout for fun and inspiring ideas to share with intrepid collectors.

Send nudes they'll never forget!

Until next time, flame on! 🔥

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