Tuesday, April 2, 2013
Gordon Meggison was invited by Amy Steedley of ADS Designs and Alissa Bennett Design Studio A to show his signature driftwood paintings throughout the "Parade of Homes" in the St George house by Keystone Homes Mar 16th - 24th in Palm Coast at the Yacht Harbor Village. It is a 4000 sq ft home with a marina nearby, on the intercoastal waterway. The dining room was a perfect venue for the triptych of Talbot beach. Other works were featured throughout the house. One painting in the guest bedroom "Worn by Wind and Sea" sold, two others are in negotiation. To see more driftwood works go to Gordon's web site www.gordonmeggison.com
|The dining room , and below the master bedroom. You can see the dining room down the hall|
Sunday, June 26, 2011
At a model home "The Shakespeare House", Alissa Bennett, the interior designer in charge of the design work, collaborated with me on this project. We decided to make this triptych canvas "mural" set that would grace the master bedroom there. I am including other views of the total house to get the big picture. In the living room over the table you can see an abstract image called "source". In the study you see two driftwood abstracts that were the paintings that inspired the master bedroom triptych.
Photographs by Earl Kogler, www.EarlKogler.com
Interior Design by Alissa Bennett ,WWW.DESIGNSTUDIOA.NET
Sunday, May 29, 2011
The Amelia Islander Magazine has discovered a recent home I did in the Amelia Island Plantation area, and wrote a handsome article featuring many of my pieces in it. There were nine bathrooms in this place! Here is a view of a couple of pages and some closeups.
Saturday, May 7, 2011
Friday, May 6, 2011
The following photographs are but a few of the ways I have used texture to capture the feel of fossils, or playful creatures, or woodland themes. People always seem to instantly respond to the textural work that causes them to reach out and touch the walls with guilty pleasure. In an age of industrialization and homogenization, the hand made sculptural effect on a wall, is at once rooted in an age old desire to decorate and express in a manner that reveals the hand of the artist.