We’re passionate about Art, Framing, & Design here at Esprit Decor. It’s evident in everything we do, from framing design to art shows. We live and breathe the arts, we surround ourselves with beauty and creativity, and we take true pleasure in sharing that joy with you. Below you’ll find our thoughts on all manners of design, news of gallery events, local art happenings, and more.

  1. Electric Pyramid by Pat Kofahl

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    Electric Pyramid by Pat Kofahl on 500px Architect I. M. Pei’s pyramid in the central court of the Louvre museum is made even more dramatic by the addition of the neon lightning bolt which descends from its apex, and the repetition in the reflecting pool with its triangular shape repeats...
  2. Au Bord de la Seine

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    Au Bord de la Seine by Pat Kofahl on 500px A river trip on the Seine gives the visitor to Paris a unique perspective of the city, in addition to an understanding of the profound and inextricable relationship between the city and the river, since its founding in the 3rd...
  3. Medici Fountain – Luxembourg Gardens, Paris

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    Medici Fountain – Paris by Pat Kofahl on 500px The Medici Fountain in the Luxembourg Gardens was created By Marie de’ Medici, the widow of King Henry IV of France and regent of King Louis XIII of France. The two lovers in white alabaster are Acis and Galatea, The verdigris...
  4. Monet’s Treasure – Photography by Pat Kofahl

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    Monet's Treasure by Pat Kofahl on 500px Iris Hollandica, or Blue Magic irises, are lovely and showy blooms that decorate Claude Monet’s garden at Giverny, near Vernon, France. The gardens, lily pond and house itself attract over a half a million visitors each year, as well as being source material...
  5. Afternoon Promenade – Photography by Pat Kofahl

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    Afternoon Promenade by Pat Kofahl on 500px Paris in the spring is truly magical. The weather changes minute by minute, clouds scud across the sky, a profusion of boats ply their trade (mostly tourists, these days!) up and down the Seine, and the trees and shrubs dot the landscape with...