Scarlett Cibilich

Harry Culy

Ayesha Green

Lucy O’Doherty

Moniek Schrijer

Kāryn Taylor

Christopher Ulutupu

Erica van Zon

Denys Watkins

Artworks in Homes


Laura, Michigan, USA

Lucy O'Doherty, Whatever happened to the old TV shows, 2018

"I especially love the story the work conveys to me. The title imparts a specific narrative, one of bygone years, and the scene in the room supports this. When I look at the painting, I think of the room no longer being in use, as if it stopped being used when the era of “old” (whenever that is) TV shows ended. I love that the room is still just perfectly “so,” with a quiet, almost tired energy about it. Fittingly enough, I placed this in my bedroom next to my bed to allow me to look at it every day when I wake up."


Jhana Millers Art Gallery Wellington Artworks in Homes

Jhana Millers Art Gallery Wellington Artworks in Homes

"I purchased Lucy’s work for several reasons. First, I came to know her/her work through Instagram and so we first connected there. I loved the moody, atmospheric quality of her work; the style in which she worked, with a smooth, blended, almost ethereal quality to her pastel/paint application—almost having a sort of “glow”—and the fact that her works did not depict any people. In my own work, I also depict interior/exterior spaces, absent of any human form, and am drawn to the narrative that these spaces can create. Lucy’s spaces feel kind of otherworldl — some almost apocalyptic — to me, and I love that about them!

I purchased Whatever happened to the old TV shows because I loved the image, itself (and still do!), as well as the lush color palette, which, funny enough, deviates a lot from the color palettes I tend to be drawn to in my home and in the work I usually collect. I especially love the story the work conveys to me. The title imparts a specific narrative, one of bygone years, and the scene in the room supports this. When I look at the painting, I think of the room no longer being in use, as if it stopped being used when the era of “old” (whenever that is) TV shows ended. I love that the room is still just perfectly “so,” with a quiet, almost tired energy about it. Fittingly enough, I placed this in my bedroom next to my bed to allow me to look at it every day when I wake up.

Finally, I like that I became kind of virtual ‘pals’ with Lucy, thanks to Instagram! This platform allowed me to first learn about her work and then allowed me to interact with her from the opposite side of the world. I derive so much pleasure from being able to support artists like Lucy, which, in turn, allows them to create more amazing work, not to mention the fact that supporting them allows me to have beautiful things to look at every day, in every room in my house. I am feeling especially grateful right now as the world stays at home and I have more time than ever before to enjoy my works."