Friday, February 4, 2011

ANNECHOVIE IN NORWAY



It is always a thrill to see where my work ends up.
I spend a lot of time at my local post office, so much so that I could almost write a thesis on the interpersonal relationships I observe with the employees. Yeah, I see them THAT often.....I am familiar with their mood swings, who's nice, who's crotchety, which employees work harmoniously, which pairs hate each other, etc. Sometimes when I walk in, you could cut the tension with a knife....not pretty. No wonder someone coined the term "going postal".
Ok, I am rambling. AGAIN. The point of telling you that was to say that I send packages all over the world to my customers and clients. Sometimes I get to see one of my pieces hanging in it's new home. The other day a blogging friend all the way from Norway sent me this link to a post on her living room re-do. Above her sofa was a custom-colored chair silhouette she ordered from me - thanks, Dagny!
Check out Dagny's fabulous blog, Scandinavian Chic and  her post here.
THANKS FOR READING & HAVE A WONDERFUL WEEKEND!!

19 comments:

pve design said...

We could compare post office notes...over some chic scandinavian delicacy! Your art sure get's around (the world)-
pve

Claudia Lane said...

I saw it on Dagny's blog and loved it. The print looks great on her wall.
Have a great w/end:))

Mariska Meijers said...

I must say we look good together in Dagny's living room. Have a wonderful weekend Anne xx

lisaroyhandbags said...

It looks great in her grouping! I know what you mean about the post office employees - I've observed the same thing! :)

Sarah B said...

It must be so great to see where your artwork ends up. What a stylish room. I'm also spotting Mariska's cushions. Very cool!
ps I finally saw 'I's Complicated" and was very excited to see your print!

Christy said...

Oh my god I want to move into her living room for the weekend! I love it! And your chair painting is gorgeous. You've lit a fire under my butt - I need to get your work up on the walls. My mom is here this weekend - I think that will be our project!!!

And I know what you mean about the post office employees. I was sending stuff out from ebay for a while after having Fiona - (I outgrew my favorite shoes! SOO SAD!) - and I loved watching the relationships between the workers there too. Though I must admit, I would definitely go postal if I had to work there! Ha!

Have a great weekend Anne!

Sarah said...

You're lovely print looks fabulous in her pretty living room!! have a great weekend!!

Kate Coveny Hood said...

Anne Harwell AND Mariska Meijers. Now that's my kind of room! Beautiful.

CDS said...

Very nice! Have a great weekend!!

jacjewelry said...

Love it! Your work looks fabulous on that wall. Happy weekend!

DolceDreams said...

It looks great! What a wonderful thing to have your art all over the world :)
Yes, the postal thing...I have a great little outpost here with very friendly workers, much better than the actual Post Office.
Enjoy your weekend,
nathalie

quintessence said...

What fun to see your art hung all around the world. My local post office is actually a delight - very civilized. Perhaps it's because they close for a lunch break every day from 11 - 12!

bricarwaller said...

Love it!!!! Your art works fabulously with her decor. I hope someday to get to observe such things at the post office. Your work is terrific so beautiful and graphic no wonder it has such global appeal:)

Amy R. said...

cute story. i love the picture!

xo
Amy R.

Katy said...

absolutely love your blog. so fun. loveee your art! i ordered a piece a couple days ago from your etsy shop. please visit my new blog :) keep up the amazing work!

Ann said...

Your work fits perfectly in her lovely living room.

Sarah said...

How fun to see how your art work ended up in someone's home! That must have tickled you...well...PINK!

Classic Style said...

this is so fun..love your chair..

Ms. K @ Write On Thyme said...

What fun to see your work travel the world! I have relatives in Norway. After I learn more about my ancestors from this country, I must research that side. Have been out sick so trying to catch up.

 
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