Description Henry P. Glass, an architect and teacher at the School of the Art Institute of Chicago, created clever and playful furniture during the mid century, including this wonderful chair. It's one of my favorites, so you will see it making an appearance in many of my room scenes. My black cat loves curling up in this chair! A pair of George Nelson bubble pendant lamps, an iconic bullet planter, and a modern abstract mini wall art piece complete the scene. Primary colors are turquoise blue and avocado green. A companion piece is available.
Donna Mibus, Dallas Member Since September 2013 Artist Statement Visit me at www.donnamibus.com for additional prints and acrylic paintings. These retro designs are inspired by my love of all things mid century modern. I grew up loving all the innovative designs from that time period: egg chairs, ball chairs, bubble lamps, beehive lamps, boomerangs, starbursts, atomic shapes and space age rockets. They got me excited about the future that lay ahead. Because I love cats, my abstract black cats appear in much of my work. I've also got a growing array of dog designs, having recently adopted three lovable dogs in real life. I hope my art makes you happy!
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Designs copyright protected. This includes my black cat designs which are registered with the US Copyright Office, numbers VA0002077061, VA0002076641, and VA0002069964. Please contact me for licensing information.