Nature, travel and people are all inspirations of Stephanie’s mixture of impressionism and abstract paintings. Mentors such as March Chatov, Andy Braitman, Linda Christensen and Jenny Nelson have contributed to her ability to take classic subject matters such as florals, landscapes and figures then add a special twist to each one with a focus on colors.
Wheeler’s current passion and direction for her recent works are 1950′s abstract expressionists like Joan Mitchell, Richard Diebenkorn and Mark Rothko. These artist are very different from Manet, Degas and Bonnard who inspired Stephanie in the beginning of her career!
Above is an image of Stephanie’s backyard, garden studio which sets a calming and tranquil setting for her to create the beautiful, creative masterpieces she is known for. On any normal day, you will find as many as 10 different canvases in her studio which she is continuously work on until they are perfect!
Want to see Stephanie’s pieces in person? Here are several pieces on display in our showroom…
Looking for something festive to do on these beautiful fall nights? We suggest you visit Atlanta Botanical Gardens for the Fest-of-Ale every thursday in October from 5-10pm. Enjoy seasonal brews and live music while exploring the scarecrows throughout the gardens. Here are a few scarecrows that jumped out at us…
Not into scarecrows? Here are other fall decoration ideas…
With the cooler months approaching, are you looking for the perfect piece to set your feet on in front of a warm fire?
Or maybe the perfect table to work on that puzzle you have been dying to start?
We got you covered!! The showroom is full with the best looking cocktail tables we have had in a while.
Stop by to see for yourself…
Call the showroom for pricing and dimensions
This past weekend I visited the Atlanta Homes & Lifestyles’ Designer Showhouse in Serenbe. If you have not visited this precious community, I highly suggest taking the 40 minute drive from Atlanta!
Not only is the little town of Serenbe picturesque, the showhouse was a dream in itself! The designers did not disappoint… each room was candy for these eyes! As always, here are a few snaps I was able to capture of the main living areas…
Make sure to get there before it ends on September 28th!!!
For more information visit www.Serenbe.com
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