I recently met renowned interior designer Laura Passey at Windsor Racecourse and she really liked my work. For one of her interior design projects she purchased a semi abstract print called ‘Refuse to Give’ which you can see it insitu above.
Laura Passey Interiors is a dynamic, boutique interior design practice based in South West London. From the studio established in 2016, Laura creates highly personal interiors, offering a luxuriant sense of romance, tempered with a crisp, modern edge. Each is meticulously planned and carefully executed to enhance every aspect of life at home.
Laura works with private residential clients across the UK and further afield. Projects encompass both town and country properties, and draw upon all manner of styles, from times and places near and far. Whatever its size or brief, clients are assured of Laura’s personal commitment to each and every project.
Laura wrote the following really nice piece on her blog about the artwork:
“Accessorising a home to make it feel personal and loved takes time. Of course, your designer can help you make a really good start, but pieces you fall in love with often come along when you don’t expect them.
I recently met equine artist, Elizabeth Armstrong, at Windsor racecourse. She has opened my eyes to the possibilities for a working artist to become highly specialised in one area of interest. For Elizabeth, that interest is race horses. And with racing as her specialism, of course she produces art work full of movement. She captures the strength and beauty of the horse, and her vision is truly an artist’s.
We placed one of her works, a semi-abstract called “Refuse to Give”, in this hallway. It has breathtaking energy that would give anyone a boost as they head through the door and into the day ahead.”
For more information on Laura Passey Interiors please visit her website here: https://www.laurapassey.com