A visit to the rain Rain Room at LACMA. Shot with the iPhone 5, shows people walking through the rain, yet staying completely dry. Sensors in the celling detect your movements and stop the rain where you are walking. Here a you tube video that explains it. https://youtu.be/RM-rW75kIq4
This amazing home was designed by Trip Haenisch on the side of a very big hill in Beverly Hills, overlooking Los Angeles. It's beautiful. I had the pleasure of visiting over the last stages of construction, as Saatchi Art were installing an exhibition of work from a selection of their artists.
The sculptures, paintings and photographs complimenting the design in every room. There was wine in the cellar which stood high within the glass stairwell, two fully stocked bars, a Tequila bar, a large cinema with a wall of sweets and candy in tall jars. A walk through the Art gallery took you to the guest quarters, a house in it's self, all with open views across the green lawn, surrounded in its entirety by a moat like infinity pool and then you're flying, down the valley and out across the City of Angels.
Here's the lookbook showing the artwork in situ . Produced by Saatchi Art in line with the projects completion in 2016. The link will open the book in a new page and allow you to flick through and have a look. https://issuu.com/saatchiart/docs/lloydcrest_lookbook/9
Also Here's Heavenly Swim by the big front door. Construction still in progress.
Tent The Shop, on Montana Avenue, Santa Monica. California have taken for display an edition of 'Heavenly Swim' 2014. It is beautifully framed in deep rich walnut. 30" x 45" $ 2,290
November 18, 2016
Saatchi Art opened their galleries for Annual Holiday Exhibition, running until January 30th and featuring works from some of their recent featured artists, including Charlotte Evans, Ed Freeman, Thomas Hammer, Dean West, my favourite Stephanie Vovas, and i'm pleased to say Matthew Farrar.
My exhibit was a nicely framed edition of 'Heavenly Swim'. And here's a photo of me proudly standing next to it. Thank you Saatchi Art !