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Majestic, marvelous, magnificent, all perfect words to describe the wonderful world of artist Jean-Marie Fiori. Born in 1952 in Limoges, France, Fiori graduated from the National School of Fine Arts (École Nationale des Beaux-arts) in Paris. As a sculptor, he creates remarkably charismatic pieces that blend functional and non-functional art disciplines. One is hard-pressed not to have a smile on their face when viewing his impressive work. Fiori’s sculptural pieces, a blend of emotion and aesthetic beauty, also serve a purpose in the form of chairs, benches, tables, lamps, and other decorative objects. He is a master at creating works that make us feel something, that move us to see the fascinating world of Animalia in a new way.

Jean Marie Fiori Taureau

BANC “TAUREAU”-BULL BENCH, 2007 (patinated bronze – 33.5”w x 96.5”l x 11”h)

Formerly a painter, Fiori is now devoted to sculpture and, more specifically, the representation of animals in reinterpreted ways. He works in alabaster and marble by way of direct carving and has also perfected his process of working in bronze. Fiori’s sculptures are not just art; they are messages that speak to us. His passion and dedication to his craft are evident in every piece he creates.

CANDELABRA, 2010 (patinated bronze, edition of 25 – 66.5”h x 15″w) | CHIMNEY, 2003 (patinated bronze, edition of 8+4AP – 49.2”h x 51.2″w x 15.4″d)

Fiori’s sculptures are beautiful and captivating. His realistic creatures come to life with whimsical details like curling horns, long tusks, or dramatically outstretched wings. Every piece is carefully crafted by hand from high-quality materials, bringing a charismatic and humorous air to his inspiring pieces. Whether it’s an elephant, deer, falcon, or lion, Jean Marie Fiori’s works capture the beauty and spirit of the animal kingdom, inviting us to explore their worlds with awe and wonder.

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Stacey is an American gestural abstraction painter working in collage and mixed media. We first met her at a gallery exhibition in Santa Monica and are happy to share her amazing work.   As a self-proclaimed recovering perfectionist, she paints to escape a world of precision, instead employing abstract undefined shapes, textures, and layered tones. Her work is described as “delicate and ethereal, awash in a translucent haze.”

MANAROLA (Acrylic on soft fabric, yarn, cotton – 52”w x 62”h x 2”d)

With an early professional career in law and finance in 2014, Stacey left it all behind to pursue her passion for interior design (her side hustle) full-time. As an interior designer and home stager, she needed large-scale paintings for her projects (see why we love her work!). She quickly pulled out her painting techniques learned years earlier alongside her grandmother in her painting studio before she could read or write to create her paintings.

SHE SELLS SEASHELLS (Acrylic on soft fabric, yarn, cotton – 42”w x 42”h x 2”d)

Her notable visual style, influenced by color-field painting and lyrical abstraction, involves collaging layers of varying translucency over rough, nubby textile grounds. Stacey cites Georgia O’Keeffe as the longest-running influence in her work. What’s not to love in these tonal ethereal works that feel thoughtful and aspirational?

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