Wow! And thank you! We are so delighted with the wonderful success of our Art + Form Show featuring the Modernist furniture of Milo Baughman by Thayer Coggin, and Brian Hollister shows, that we have extended the dates for both!
The shows have been extended through May 6th, 2016.
“As I walked the show with a museum curator, we discussed the dialogue that seems to occur between the lines of the Baughman furniture, which appear to be so simple at first glance, but are anything but simple. In contrast, the lines and layers of the Hollister paintings which present their complexity more explicitly, blend seamlessly with the furnishings,” notes Steve Thompson, aka the Design Guy.
“Each brings their own conversation to the room.” “There is such balance between these two collections which is interesting because the Baughman furniture was designed in 1953, and the Hollister paintings were painted in 2014-15,” continues Thompson.
A note on the Hollister paintings: All of the paintings are oil on canvas or paper, original works of art. Due to the success of the show, many pieces have sold, please inquire on availability.
Good design transcends time.
For your reference, we’ve included the detail of the two shows, below:
EXTENDED THROUGH MAY 6th
Exclusive Showing | Milo Baughman by Thayer Coggin
Join Us | March 28 – May 6th A pioneer in modern design, Milo Baughman was one of the leading modern furniture designers of the second half of the 20th century. His work was included in “High Styles: Twentieth Century American Design” at the Whitney Museum of American Art and in 1987, he was inducted in the Furniture Hall of Fame.
Uncompromising | Modern (extended through May 6th, 2016), a curated collection of his most enduring iconic designs will be available in Cabana Home’s Santa Barbara studio. We are honored to be one of only three California locations for this extraordinary tour.
On View | Brian Hollister In concert with our exclusive Milo Baughman showing will be an installation of new paintings from the Edward Cella Gallery by California artist Brian Hollister of works in oil on paper and oil on canvas.