"let's live like we want to live."
"if we could escape the crowds somehow"
Architectural Digest ran this article on artist's homes in 2009.
(Go here for more homes...) pink foyers oh my!
1. David Hockney’s hillside home on the West Coast is a constantly evolving stage set for the artist’s highly individual ideas. “Everyone who comes here likes it. People don’t dare such colors,” comments the artist. Above: In the entrance hall, a painted wood cutout by Mo McDermott and Lisa Lombardi represents a character in Hockney’s production of The Rake’s Progress. The 1979 Hockney lithograph is Celia—Weary.
2. In an old Dutch barn where livestock was raised a century ago, a different sort of creation now thrives—the art of Kenneth Noland. The barn, which he converted into a studio, shelters the “stuff” of his art, as well as its “illusions.” Above: Arresting images by the artist and a landscape painting by Mondrian are arrayed on master bedroom walls. A Moroccan rug mirrors the diamond motif of a patchwork quilt.