For me, artwork is an intrinsic part of any interior scheme.

It sets the scene and can give impact to an otherwise dull space. Scale is as important as content. Get it wrong and a piece will lose all of its grandeur and impact becoming lost in an expansive surrounding space.

For this reason, I tend to have bespoke artwork made for each project, prints are scaled to the space and canvas paintings are commissioned to suit the colours and layout of the scheme.

Most recently I have been fortunate to collaborate with friend and artist Deborah Moses on one of my luxury residential projects for a private client.

The property, Chapelwood, a stunning contemporary apartment set in the heart of Wilmslow village, where I was briefed to undertake the full interior design from concept through to completion.

After the completion of the Interior Design works earlier this year, my client had asked if I could source a special piece of artwork to finish the living space, to which I replied, “yes, and I have just the person in mind!”

That person would be Deborah Moses, who I’ve known for some years now, having networked together at industry events, and regular visits to her TSZ Studio in rural Wimboldsley, Cheshire.

For this specific collaboration, I briefed Deborah with my initial ideas, and we worked closely together producing samples and finishes before work began on the actual piece.

The painting was to be a large format abstract design, featuring a tonal palette to complement the interior design scheme, whilst making a focal point to the interior. As I design my interiors to stand the test of time, I didn’t want to focus on a specific subject, so texture and movement was the perfect fit.

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