Home is where the He[art] is.
Today Eat My Street visited the “Home is where the He[art] is” project in Palmerston St, Berwick. The beautifully designed, original house was lovingly renovated over the course of the last year by Amber Bulte from the “Amber Bulte House of Creative”.
Once the renovations were finished Amber’s unique approach really became evident. In collaboration with Peake Real Estate and a handful of local artists, the Palmerston St home has been turned into a venue to show-case local art, for the duration of the home viewing period.
The house itself has beautiful bones and has been decorated with restraint and the perfect touch of creativity by Amber and the team.
Local artists who have their works on display in the home include.
Andrea Hopgood of Paperworks Gallery
David Hopgood of Paperworks Gallery
Sam Michelle of Sam Michelle Painting
Caitlin from Oxzyde Homewares
A percentage of the proceeds from the sale of the house will go toward local charities, including Windermere.
This was the final weekend for viewing the house before it goes to tender. Lets hope that once this house has been sold this exciting collaboration between local artists can continue on in some other space or place.
Until then be sure to visit each of the artists in their own “homes.”
For further information about “Home is where the he(art) is” contact Amber Bulte at www.amberbulte.com.
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