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Display Name: MadameJanet
Member Since: 1/29/08

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Wow, I love it! It really suits the room. A subtle, antique-y, quiet finish for a small space. REally inspired. One question though: How does the dog stay clean?


Distressed Colorwashing For the Bedroom Color Therapy
12/2/13 03:51 PM

How beautiful! And your discussion about getting the right green for the leaves was fascinating. It also made me laugh. Great artists (of all disciplines) have 1,000 considerations, never satisfied, as they perform their craft. Meanwhile, their admirers are utterly stunned by the artistry of the result.

Whitney Houston's funeral is on the TV right now, and Kevin Costner was just speaking about her performance in "The Bodyguard," and how insecure she was (in the most touching way) about her make-up and looks. Whitney Houston, as gorgeous as she was? Same as your leaves, Mr. Chamberlain: you evoke leaves with a few cunning, brilliant brush strokes, a fine artist, and yet, there are 1,000 nerve-wracking, I'm-not-satified, underlying considerations. Haha, you are a true artist.


It's Not Easy Being Green: A Ceiling Project
Color Therapy

2/18/12 02:03 PM

What exciting (and educational!) commentary. You have a way of splashing illuminating phrases on the canvas of my brain. =})

[The last is a French smiley face, courtesy of my 15-year-old nephew.]


Color and The Bauhaus ColorTherapy | Apartment Therapy New York
6/15/10 04:25 AM

Ok, who was Josef Albers? (American? European? When? Teach me!)

I love your explanation of "contextual," best I ever read. You're an elegant writer, Mr. Chamberlain.


Josef Albers and Interaction of Color ColorTherapy | Apartment Therapy New York
6/12/10 09:44 PM

Ah Paris... heaven on Earth!


Contemporary Paris ColorTherapy | Apartment Therapy New York
6/1/10 12:42 PM

Wow. Utterly glorious. I'm ready to move to France!


A Room On the ÃŽle-St-Louis ColorTherapy | Apartment Therapy New York
6/1/10 12:39 PM

You realize of course that you are channeling Noel Coward and Edgar Allen Poe. Spooky, exciting, brilliant! What a fine artist you are.


A Trompe L'Oeil At Bloomingdale's ColorTherapy | Apartment Therapy New York
2/9/10 12:40 AM

Mark, your commentary is very exciting. It gives us what the artist was thinking in his mind. I read this in the morning, and it inspired me with new energy for the day. Thank you!


Apartment Therapy New York | ColorTherapy: I Love Lucy
6/25/09 01:01 PM

Would like to see YOU in trenchcoat with cool hat and threatening paint brush. And maybe sunglasses.


Apartment Therapy New York | ColorTherapy in Film: Le Samouraï
5/28/09 02:44 AM