The reason for this purge is that I really stayed in the most beautiful homes the first week in Charleston. One was traditional but minimalist and one was a collector's paradise. Both were charming and inspirational.
Without getting too personal , I want to show you a glimpse of the inside of the first house by showing the work of Ronni's mother, Miriam Unger Harper ( 7/26/10-2/28/97)…. that graces Ronni and Ken's home. (The other art in the house didn't photograph well... sorry Ken about your fine photos). I did not capture all of the paintings but this is a good sampling.
|This was my bedroom showing two of Ms Harper's paintings|
|My bureau and another painting|
|Another guest bedroom|
|The same room, another corner|
|One of my favorite paintings was in a tv room upstairs|
|Ken's favorite in the back family room|
|Four paintings above Ronni's love seat in her office alcove|
|In Ronni's office alcove|
|The colors of this one really speak to me. The painting hangs behind Ronni's desk.|
Ronni's mother, Miriam Harper, came to art late, was never recognized or did shows, but began to study with a teacher at 63 years of age and painted for the love of it. She was also extremely gifted.