Friday, August 16, 2013

'Interior Therapy' Sources?


I fell hard for this horsey art in Jeff Lewis' recent episode of Interior Therapy.  I love all of the negative space at the bottom, but the real kicker is the subject matter.  Horse shows top the charts among my happiest childhood memories and I'd love to know who the artist is who took these photographs.



I wish I could find a better picture of it, but this was all I could come up with.  If anyone out there has any info on this print, I'll send you a special gift if you share the source!!!!  Thanks peeps!


22 comments:

  1. Did you tweet to him? That always works for me.

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  2. How you even saw that those prints are horse shows means they really do belong to you! oh the eyes of you young things!! Go tweet him and get the goods!! Happy Friday! xo

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  3. I'm afraid that I don't have any insight, but I love watching Interior Therapy. It's a guilty pleasure!

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  4. I adore Jeff and thoroughly enjoy Interior Therapy. No idea on the art though. Happy Friday

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  5. Linda's right, twitter usually does that trick. :) Good luck!

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  6. If he answers, let us know! That room is beautiful! I have 5 or 6 episodes on my DVR and I'll have to make sure I see that one. I love Jeff, but the home owners on that show are bizarre and highly annoying. I wish he'd just travel around doing normal people's houses -- like mine : )

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  7. The picture looks very similar to Apples and Oats on Etsy. This photo in particular is has the same concept going on http://www.etsy.com/listing/129688174/minimalist-landscape-horse-photograph?ref=shop_home_active. If you find out please share the source!

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  8. I love Interior Therapy, and that bedroom turned out beautiful. I didn't even notice the horse prints. I believe on another episode he installed a large horse picture - I think. Good luck on finding your prints.
    Thanks, Patty at Home and Lifestyle Design

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  9. We see cute horsey prints when we go to "A" rated horse shows. Sometimes there's a trailer with art, other times in the tack shop trailers. Also look in your area for nice tack shops. We live near Charlottesville and there are an abundance of great gift/tack/antiques shops with nice horse art.

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    1. I just noticed you're in NOVA. Try Middleburg!

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  10. I have a huge crush on Jeff and watch both his shows. Love the print!

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  11. What a chic room! Have not heard of Interior Therapy....will google it. That's why I read Powell Brower....you all definitely keep me current :)
    So great hanging out yesterday. Really had a fabulous time!!!
    talk soon,
    L

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  12. Sorry no info on the print, but lovely room :)

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  13. I love the off-white colour scheme here and all the blue in the post below. Thanks for posting and feel free to drop by me too anytime.

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  14. Just saw this episode this morning and totally missed the print. It's lovely - good luck tracking it down!!

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  15. tweet the guy Bethany!! It is a cute print and for sure could go anywhere in your home!

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  16. The moment that show aired I got on the internet to no avail to track down that horse print! I love the negative space as well. Let me know if you find out where to get it. Good taste!

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  17. Amazing post and beautiful images. How did you get this wonderful print? I like the chandelier and wall color which adds more beauty in your home. Thanks for sharing.

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  18. I am not very good in designing but I really love these designs. I am very glad to visit this blog and find some awesome designs. Thanks for posting.

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  19. Try John Barneson Photography. I believe that is where the print can be found.
    http://johnbarneson.photodeck.com/#loc=/-/galleries/polo-on-ice&t=1377552001969

    Angela
    adshr@yahoo.com

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  20. Angela (adshr@yahoo.com)August 26, 2013 at 5:41 PM

    OK...double post? Try John Barneson Photography. He's online. I'm positive it is his print.

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  21. http://www.johnbarneson.com - I sent him an email and he responded right away! I found the link to his site on http://www.jefflewisdesign.com under "Artwork"

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