For the contemporary artist who converted her home into a permanent gallery, the kitchen serves a dual purpose: it cooks and it hosts her gallery-style art shows.
Vibrant blue on the side of the peninsula frames the kitchen from the dining room.
The open layout, (which includes both the dining room and a breakfast area) the color palette and the product mix.
Natural maple cabinetry keeps it simple and organizes cookware, food and party supplies. Appliances are positioned strategically to allow cooking and catering.
The freezer panel has three frame-openings, featuring a set of three oil-paintings, -a refreshing "brush-stroke" on refrigeration.
As if her brushwork magnified to envelop her, she writes: "I am indulging in my kitchen; the openness makes me feel free, and the surrounded artwork inspires me and teaches me."