Art Consultant Louisa Warfield Shares Her Top Picks From The London Original Print Fair.
(I was asked to write this blog post by the lovely girls at The Decorcafe – a lovely network for people interested in or who provide creative services for people’s homes. This group has been invaluable support for me building my business and I recommend them to anyone needing help, support, a network in setting […]
5 (Possibly Slightly Silly) Art Things to do in Coronavirus Lockdown (Edition 3)
So I don’t know about anyone else but the novelty of lockdown is slightly wearing off for me. I have cleared all the cupboards I am ever going to realistically clear (I have now accepted some will remain untouched until the day I die – kids enjoy those – read the labels on the boxes […]
5 (Ceramic) Art Things to do in Coronavirus Lock Down (Edition 2)
Welcome to my second edition of ‘5 things to do in Coronavirus lockdown’ – miraculously I am only a day late on my self imposed weekly deadline. I blame the weather. There was no way I was going to sit at my desk yesterday instead of reading the papers and listening to podcasts in the […]
5 Art Things to do in Coronavirus Lock Down (Edition 1)
A number of people have asked ‘So Lou, has the art world shut down because of Covid’. Well, I think we all shut down a bit for the first few days – if you were anything like me you took the opportunity to clear out a few cupboards and wash down your walls. But thankfully, […]
5 Great Ways to Learn About Art
The art world can be a mystifying place to a lot of people but the thing I love most about my job is demystifying it for them! Here, I thought I would share some of my favourite places that I have found over the years that have helped me on my journey learning about art. […]
Does our increasing consumption of ‘art as entertainment’ affect our relationship with art in the home?
I have never ever quite got over the fact that I missed Olafur Eliasson’s ‘The Weather Project‘ – famously installed in The Tate Modern back in October 2003 through to March 2004. Luckily I had a good excuse – I was living in Australia at the time and in the middle of learning how have […]
Fun Art Things To Do – Edition 1
Over the coming months I am going to share some of the quirkier art things I love to find and do. Art is my passion and I love sharing that passion with people – which is why I became an art consultant in the first place – it’s the ultimate way I can share my […]