Article: High and Mighty (p. 94)
“In search of the perfect family getaway, a Nashville couple turn to Ray Booth to bring a whole new aesthetic to a traditional Montana ski lodge”
Text by Ingrid Abramovitch
Interiors by Ray Booth
Photography by Pieter Estersohn
Fall Market Tabloid 2011
“Modern Primitive, There’s something old, something new to these rough-hewn accents”
Spaces Kansas City
BH&G Renovation Style
Article: 12 Ways to Spruce Up Your Fireplace
Article: Perfect Harmony
Text by Bob Greenspan
Interiors by Kyle Wells Design
Photography by Bob Greenspan
Article: Elements of Surprise (p. 149)
“In the hands of designer Robert Couturier, a proper English manor by architect Edwin Lutyens gets a smart, sophisticated, and slightly daring update”
Text by Anthony Gardner
Interiors by Robert Couturier
Photography by Tim Beddow
The New York Times Style Magazine
Article: Profile in style, Erica Reid
Article: Sculpting Young Audiences
Shown: Open Windows, exclusively for Kansas City Young Audiences
Contact Mary Needham for more information or to purchase, 816-531-4022 email@example.com
HGTV Selling New York
Episode: High and Mighty
Shown: Horse and Rider (sold out)
Chosen by Transformers set designers at Holly Hunt in Chicago, Tom Corbin’s Renaissance Man and Woman, Man and Woman Study and Pear as a Figure appear in Dylan’s Chicago condo (played by Patrick Dempsey).
The actual limited edition sculptures used on set, unscathed by the Decepticons, are available for purchase from Holly Hunt.
Article: Gardens (p. 33)
“In honor of National Public Gardens Day on May 6, we visit two of Kansas City’s most beautiful outdoor spaces. Once you tour these cultivated acres in person, you’ll be inspired to recreate miniature versions in your own backyard.”
Article: Spaces (p. 56)
“After sculpting for 25 years and painting for eight, Tom Corbin is still on fire. Good thing he moved his studio and gallery into a repurposed fire station—complete with a working pole and gated sculpture garden.” Read on HERE
Text by Kate Leibsle
Photography by Ron Berg and Corbin Studio
Article: A Night at the Museum
The Kansas City Young Matrons held the Magic of Giving: A Night at the Museumon January 29th at the Kemper Museum of Contemporary Art. John Walsh, host of America’s Most Wanted, was the featured guest, and local artists, Tom Corbin, Philomene Bennett and Jeff Hanson, displayed their artwork. Peggy and Terry Dunn were the honorary chairmen, and Marsha Schweiger and Peggy Jones served as co-chairmen. Proceeds supported The Ali Kemp Educational Foundation.
Our Johnson County gallery partner, Eva Reynolds, is shown below. Eva represents Bennett, Hanson and Corbin, the featured artists for the event.
Article: Metamorphosis (p. 42) 2011 Symphony Designers’ Showhouse
Second-Floor North Porch, “A Sustainable Space for the Thinking Man,” by Susan Prestia and Clay Lyon
Article: Bronzed Beauty
“Kansas City is home to one of the world’s premier bronze sculptors in native son Tom Corbin. And while some of his jaw-dropping larger pieces may fall quote firmly outside the category of “little” luxuries, this lovely miniature piece, Girl Waiting, is both charming and surprisingly affordable—just the thing to grace any home.”
Corbin on Primetime TV
As seen on The Bachelor Episode 8, Brad Womack visits the hometown of Chantal O’Brien. The Alexandra I Pedestal Table by Tom Corbin is seen when Brad speaks with Chantel’s father, Mike O’Brien, in their Seattle home.
Corbin on Primetime TV
And in Law and Order SVU episode “Pursuit,” Tom Corbin’s Male and Female Nudes are spotted in the home of Alicia Harding (Debra Messing).
Article: Fresh Impressions (p. 14)
“Light It Up. Brighten up any room this holiday season with candles set in these unique candle holders.”