Even if you look very closely you will find it very hard to see that Zaida Sabatés immaculate marble, brass or tortoiseshell is faux.
Based in Barcelona, this decorative painter uses traditional techniques to achieve results that are nearly as good as the real thing.
Without forgetting the past and tradition, Sabatés looks at the present adapting classical decorative painting to current trends. In her portfolio you can find decoration for public and private spaces, old stucco recovering, painting and restoring furniture or the creation of scenographies for cinema, theatre or events.
Zabatés believes that decorative painting can be as classic or as contemporary as one wants and couldn’t agree more with her.
On today’s blog post I’m sharing with you yet another great Instagram discovery: artist Kayce Hughes. Her paintings are bright, simple and very covetable. Hughes work is praised by amazing designers such as Sarah Bartholomew, Mark D Sikes or Pencil & Paper Co.
I love the way Kayce sells her artwork through Instagram. She posts one or two works per day on her beautifully styled feed. You can buy them just by commenting on the picture, easy peasy but you have to be quick!
En el post de hoy comparto otro de mis “descubrimientos Instagram” la artista Kayce Hughes.