Art and Style


Simply Brilliant

Simply Brilliant

  Home automation certainly isn’t a new concept, ­although most agree there was little progress between the Harappans inventing flush toilets...

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Bunny Harvery Necessary Unit

Coming to Her Senses

  “Welcome to my world of ideas,” says artist Bunny Harvey, standing amidst hundreds of paintings in her 3,700-square-foot Providence studio....

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Blanket Statement

Blanket Statement

As a little girl growing up on Nantucket, Karin Sheppard loved visiting her mother at her job as a seamstress at...

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Trends and Trendmakers

Trends and Trendmakers

RESIDENTIAL ARCHITECTURE The nature of the product—buildings often take years to make, then stay around for decades or centuries of use—dictates...

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The Old House

The Old House

It’s hard to imagine so much history packed into a house Abigail Adams once called “a wren’s nest.” Yet the Old...

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Paul Bowen Cradle

Natural Inclinations

At mid-career, Paul Bowen has built up a considerable fan base. His admirers like everything about him: the Welsh accent, the...

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The Front Porch

The Front Porch

  LAURIE DRAGUNOFF     For Laurie Dragunoff, “Decorating a porch is all about balancing comfort and durability with style.” At her...

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No Holds Barred

No Holds Barred

Rich with archetypal images and evocative color, Roxanne Faber Savage’s uninhibited printmaking reflects the psychologist Carl Rogers’s idea that “what is...

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the Boston Ornament Company

A Flourishing Art

You never know what goes on behind closed doors. In a section of Boston’s Allston neighborhood where the unremarkable facades provoke...

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Silas Kopf Primal Woodworking

Painting with Wood

In his tool-scattered, wood-flour-coated, Billie Holiday–blasting workshop, Silas Kopf is building a cabinet with trick drawers and secret compartments. It’s made...

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