Friday, April 15, 2011

Countertenor David Daniels Featured on Atlanta Home Tour

The view from the living room.
"Music and art are integral in the lives of David Daniels and Scott Walters, and the design of their modern loft reflects their passions. David is an opera singer with the Metropolitan Opera, so you’ll see a large sign from his debut performance. There’s also a black upright piano and floor-to-ceiling bookcases that showcase some of the couple’s musical collection. The condo features dark hardwood floors and is decorated in bold colors including red and purple. Most of the art on the walls is the work of Scott’s late mother, Reina Carrillo, including the ceramic jars in the living room and kitchen. 'She was a tortured soul, which shows in a lot of the work,' the homeowners said. Another of the couple’s favorite possessions is a piece by artist Renea Menzies, which was purchased at her Santa Fe gallery. 'The painting is thick wet oil that is [manipulated] into shape and color with a spackle. It takes up to three years to dry,' Daniels and Walters said." [Source]

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