Anna Valdez’s Painted Interiors Make Me Wish They Were My House

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I first saw the work of Anna Valdez over on Boooooooom, and I can’t seem to get them out of my head. The metic­u­lous detail, mash up of pat­terns, tex­tures, and plants that inhab­i­tant her inte­rior spaces are a delight to view. Boy, do I wish I had that col­lec­tion of rugs and plates…

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  • Reply kelly rae July 24, 2014 at 4:36 pm

    her work is amaz­ing. I’d love to own an original

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