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GATEKEEPER: WORLD OF FOLLY.
Assouline Publishing
The Colonel Louis Watres Armory, built in 1900 and listed on the National Register of Historic Places, is Slonem's latest project that showcases the artist's novel take on interior design- matching vibrant, multicolor interiors with a bricolage of historically potent and rare items found from around the world.
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Hunt featured in Elle Decor June issue

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Installation photos of Hunt's exhibitions at the Galerie de Bellefeuille in Montreal, Quebec and Toronto, Ontario - April 2018

At Home with Susanna Salk and Hunt Slonem

Click HERE for full feature on Quintessence

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Listen to Hunt Slonem interview with Pauline Brown on Sirius

 

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Birds of a Feather: Groundworks Introduces Hunt Slonem Collection / vibrantly colored and visually stunning fabrics, wallpapers, and carpets by Hunt Slonem, brings his artwork to life. Read More

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Armin Strom Manual Hunt Slonem Edition For Only Watch 2017: Artfully Neo-Expressionist And Definitely Unique Read More

Hunt's studio profiled on Open House NBC

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Hunt's Exhibit at Galerie de Bellefeuille | Download PDF of exhibit

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Armin Strom - Manual "Hunt Slonem Edition" for Only Watch 2017 - Read More

 

BIRDS

by HUNT SLONEM


Published by Glitterati Incorporated
February 2017 Release

Foreword by Jacqueline Bograd Weld
Essay by Anthony Haden-Guest

Influenced by the exotic, lush landscapes of his childhood years in Hawaii, Hunt Slonem’s richly colored, impressionistic bird paintings are celebrated worldwide. For the first time, Slonem’s birds are collected into a single, luxurious volume. In Birds, the Louisiana-born artist pays homage to these remarkable creatures through hundreds of engaging artworks.

Praised by his contemporaries for his “neo-expressionist” style, Hunt Slonem reaches for new heights in this dazzling new work. As a follow-up to his earlier elegant title, Bunnies, this hardcover volume features metallic ink, silver gilded edges, a ribbon marker, and an acetate jacket. Within the pages, Slonem’s unique “cross-hatching” style examines nature and technique, pleasing bird-lovers and fine art aficionados alike. These exquisite paintings by one of the art world’s preeminent contemporary figures make Birds a necessary addition to any serious art or avian library.

 

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