Louise Hill Design
Friday night took me to a friend's house high above the city. I snapped a photo of the view from the 35th floor before going into her flat. I slipped off my FitFlops, enjoyed the cool marble on my feet and called out hellos as I walked into her to gorgeous place. Her place is a home with airy, spacious rooms, dome and tray ceilings, crown molding--character , charm and calm. In her entry she had a large print from an artist I discovered here at a doctor's office: Louise Hill. My friend and I chatted about Hill's work, how interesting and layered the images are and then we settled in for a girl's night and a proper catch up.
Saturday morning drove me downtown for errands. On the Grab ride to the Central Business District, my friend messages me, "Timely" with the image below.
An OPEN STUDIO DAY at Louise Hill's?!! I had a spot of time between appointments, so I headed to the Wessex Estate neighbourhood. I arrived just before twelve. The haze was lighter than it has been. As I walked around the building from the road toward the entrance, I spotted a rooster on the long lawn.
|You can hardly see the black dot of the rooster between the center tree and the trunk on the left.|
|Her work from the La Source collection!|
|The glycerin line... her work!|