While I haven't been the most avid art collector over the years, Alexis has loaned to me her collection of Josef Albers prints. Each one is an abstract composition, part of the Homage to the Square series, which will bring much-needed color into my apartment and fill up the shared wall between the powder room and library.
I am thinking about hanging each of the flat colored squares in a simple display, not unlike my inspiration shots. The first one I took while traveling with Martha in the south of France this summer at the Miro museum. The other one is a tear sheet I saved from Dale Chihuly's home in the Pacific Northwest. I am leaning towards the Miro-inspired image that has a space between each picture. What do you think?