With her unique artistic talent, LaParlière creates museum quality pieces of “Artwork on furniture” which provide the owners with lasting enjoyment each time they are used and which become heirlooms for generations to come.
Captain Desk (heirloom for a ship broker from India back in 1813)
Personalized theme on Florida St John River, dear to the owner
3 different approaches of Art Work on furniture
3 screens: 3 different styles...
LaParlière’s creations:both are life size armoires, the carriage clock: 6.6'H, the fantasy: 9'H
,Clock wise: 2 Spanish chairs with a scene starting on a canvas seat up to the wooden back. Personalized hutch with the childhood places and memories of the owner. Scalloped table top with a Hudson style painted top and tilt top table with a vibrant 18th Aubusson design
Feminine bedroom with 2 elegant pieces painted in soft pastels French style
2 different French style design: soft floral on this double door and pastoral scenery (inspired by Oudry's panel, painter for Louis XIV)
2 trunks : first inspired by Currier & Ives, second, imaginary winter scene
Trunk with children at play and floral, ( gift from a generous grand mother to her grand daughter), Large table top covered with a reproduction of a Biedermeier style painting, Panels in Réveillon Style on double door in a Loire Valley château;
"Fan Cabinet (Maryvonne's creation): very intricate...It opens from the top + shelf inside and snow scenery Tall "Fruit Cabinet" built upon Colonial style.
Reproduction of a famous painted chest Early American. ( It is not that simple to reproduce the look of a primitive painting and keep the originality and style of the previous artist...!) A simple little cabinet in the shabby chic style.
This was a very special project... Sculpture of a geisha life size in stainless style, created by Pascal (Beverly Hills- CA) LaParliere was commissioned to create the design of the kimono and paint it, (several have been done)