A smile like this one doesn't lie. I am extremely honored to have been chosen to contribute one of my paintings to support the DMAC's (Donkey Mill Art Center) 11th Annual Art Auction at BMW Hawaii in Kailua-Kona. The auction provides a rare opportunity for art enthusiasts and patrons to access a wide range of works by renowned artists while enjoying a celebratory evening in a beautiful venue. As a token of light, hope & renewal, each artist was given a kukui nut lei to wear during the event.
Imagine walking into a store where you feel like everything there was curated especially for you. This is my ongoing experience each time I visit Arte Haus Collectif in Salt Lake City, UT. Soft throws, sexy succulents, gorgeous coffee table books and magazines, candles, serving dishes, minimalist jewelry and yes, even my love for oversized, neutral clothing has been indulged. What makes this place even more special? My paintings hanging on the wall amongst so much beauty & talent.
Every time I'm in Salt Lake City, I love to visit one of my favorite interior design stores: Dara Modern. My objective is threefold: to visit with the store's charismatic owner, Dustin, to see what new and beautiful items he's brought into the store, and to say hello to some of my favorite paintings.
Beautiful store, beautiful people & my paintings hanging on the wall! Visiting one of my favorite distributers in Portland, OR was the highlight of our trip. Thank you Schoolhouse Electric & Supply Co. for inviting me to be one of your contributing artists. Only one painting is left for sale from a series of four. My heart is full.
There are many reasons why a painting is (dare I say) the most important element in interior decorating. Paintings provide an instant color palette, create a focal point, bring a sense of texture, and make the room appear finished. But perhaps my favorite reason is this: The painting you chose tells a story about who you are.
Imagine your favorite daSilva Fine Art paintings hanging above the mantle of a fireplace in your living space or standing proudly above the bed in your master suite:
When I first arrived in Hawaii, I was quick to realize that the Moon & Turtle was my favorite restaurant in Hilo both for it's delicious local cuisine and modern ambience. I am beyond excited and honoured to announce my first solo exhibition in Hawaii at the Moon & Turtle starting December 4th.
What inspires my paintings year after year? Find out in this blog post.
Has it been one year already? I can hardly believe it. I remember this time last year, when I also participated in this show. At that time, I didn't know a single soul. This time, my happiest moment came when I realized I could recognize a few familiar faces in the crowd. A night of art, music, celebration and gratitude.
When you can't decide what fills your heart with more joy: getting your story printed in the paper, or the fact that your life partner had his first published photograph. I'm leaning towards the latter. A heartfelt "Thank You" to the Hawaii Tribune Herald, the Volcano Art Center and last, but certainly not least, to my husband Tyson.
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This blog was created to share my belief that the art making process can be a vehicle for empowerment.
I am living proof.