UK born artist James Nares is best known for his single brush stroke paintings capturing the very moment of their creation. You’ve probably spotted his work before in many of the shelter magazines as he’s become a favorite of interior designers and collectors alike. His work immediately brings a jolt of movement and color to any room. We love how alive and energetic his paintings are. A Nares in this Greenwich Village loft, below, adds the perfect pop of color.
His work is equally beautiful in black and white and looks lovely in this more subdued room, above. James Nares’ works is sold at Paul Kasmin gallery in NYC where an exhibit of his new work called “High Speed Drawings” is on exhibit now.
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