Artist Christine Claringbold and her husband Charles aren’t afraid of color. Christine, a working artist for over 20 years, specializes in painting colorful mandalas, psychedelic murals and objects such as guitars and suitcases. Her main focus centers on transforming recycled vinyl records into clocks, bowls, mirrors, jewelry and more!
You can see the Claringbold’s love of color in their House of Sarcasm. Its kaleidoscope of vibrant colors and patterns will wow you. Every room has its own uniquely rich color scheme with explosive mandalas radiating out from the ceilings and into the rest of the house. To top it all off, Christine’s vinyl record artwork and vintage psychedelic housewares collection complete the design. And just wait until they turn on the blacklights!
Our partners at Weird Homes Tour offer a series of virtual and physical tours that allow you to visit the inside of homes, and meet collectors of oddities, rare art collectors, performance artists, painters, sculptors and architects in cities all across the USA. As you browse their 100+ homes you will see that they reject cookie cutter design and architecture and embrace the wonderfulness of weird. Check out their instagram for more amazing photos and stories.
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Mon, Feb 22, 20218:00 p.m.–9:00 p.m.$12