After Agrodolce switched hands I had to remove the flower paintings that I had there. Two were 48″x 60″ canvases, the largest I have ever painted on. That’s 20 sf each, a lot of mass and wall space. They hung in a private dining alcove in the restaurant they were perfect for that space. When I found out that it was changing hands I was worried because leaving Inscape I needed to find these a home. No one had bought them at my last open house, so that led me to reaching out to Swedish Medical Center to see if they would accept them as an art donation. After a week of waiting I found out that they would accept them as a donation! Honored and thrilled I am! So much less stress. They also accepted a painting titled “Green as Far as the Eye Can See” made in 2014 is one of only two I have had professionally framed. It is stunning like the flowers I have titled Millefiori 1and 2. I can’t wait to find out where they are hung so I can go visit them! This is a highlight of my art career! ￼￼
6 thoughts on “Swedish Art Collection”
What an honor, but totally deserved! Your style is so unique that guests/families/patients will never have seen anything like these! I am looking forward to seeing where they will reside!!!
Thank you so much. I hope people will enjoy these as much as I enjoyed making them. Lots of love in these works. I can’t wait to visit them.
A piece of your heart has gone into each of your paintings! I’ve never known anybody whose art was part of a permanent collection…so awesome!
Congratulations!!! What a honor to have your art excepted to become part of a permanent collection, you definitely deserve it everything you create is beautiful and very unique.
Tha m you for your kind words Jim💛