Read an interview with Annabel Armstrong by Regina Garay of Fauxology, a blog which explores the relationship between decorative painting and design.
A professional organization for artists committed to elevating the practice of decorative painting.
The Salon is an annual gathering of decorative painters from all over the world. Noted practitioners come together to share information, exchange ideas, and display their newest work, and Annabel Armstrong has exhibited her work at the Salon since 2000. The most recent Salon exhibition was held at the City of Hamburg museum in Germany.
The 2013 Salon is being hosted in Tokyo by Yaeko Kurimata.
No decorative painting here (other than some turkey feathers painted to simulate eagle feathers), but this artist painstakingly creates authentic-looking Plains Indians artifacts, complete with porcupine-quill work, bead work using 150-year-old beads, and buckskin tanned by hand.