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In the master bath, from left: Grace Knowlton’s "Untitled," 2000, and Shinn’s own "3/X," 2005, underscore the serene minimalism of the owners’ aesthetic.
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Emitting a bold but nuanced statement in the master bedroom is Irene Roderick’s "The Good Tank," 2003, from Barry Whistler Gallery, Dallas. The work contrasts militaristic subject matter with a beguiling medium: the Austin artist’s beautiful hand-cut lacy wall hanging.
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In the master bedroom’s sitting area, Donald Sultan’s Blue Dot, 1999, was the first piece of art they purchased together, at TWO X TWO the same year the work was created. Vintage 1950s-era sectional was bought by Hurst’s parents when he was born; it’s now re-covered in Barbara Barry Couture fabric. A Mies van der Rohe Barcelona coffee table from Knoll is stacked with well-edited art volumes. Sally Sirkin Lewis’ silver-leaf Louis XV-styled chair.
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In the master bedroom, custom-designed bedside tables are paired with a Knoll 1950s-era lamp. Silvery fabric covering from Barbara Barry Couture tops the custom bed.
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The ample entranceway as gallery was the catalyst for Shinn and Hurst to snap up this upper-floor unit at One Arts Plaza. A muted palette with works by Gordon Moore, Rupert Deese, Roxy Paine, Francois Morellet and Brice Marden is punctuated by the late Stephen Mueller’s colorfield-inspired "The Pass," 2009, from Lennon Weinberg Gallery, New York, which reigns at the end of the hallway. The custom wool-and-silk rug by Interior Resources was designed by Shinn, based on his earlier veneer-and-correction-fluid drawings.
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In the living room, painted installation by Mary Temple, "Central Park in Two Parts," 2011, from Mixed Greens Gallery, NYC. Impastoed still life by Allison Schulnik, from Mike Weiss Gallery, NYC. Shinn’s Column 3, 1982. Classic Koons Puppy vase. Custom sofas by Woods, in fabric by Galbraith & Paul for David Sutherland. Papa Bear chair by Hans Wegner, circa 1950, from Collage Classics, Dallas. Vintage David Weeks tripod floor lamp by J. Batchelor. Donghia Calypso chair. Paul T. Frankl coffee table, circa 1951, from Johnson Furniture Co. Custom rug by Interior Resources, taken from Shinn’s drawings.
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In the study, Shinn’s Vermont Column, 2006, from his pre-light period. White-lacquered B&B Italia wall cabinet holds works by Pard Morrison, Philippe Richard, Jens Hanke, and Dallas-based Bret Slater and Douglas Cartmel. Spring office chairs by Giorgetti.
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A witty little treasure in the dining room is Joe Davidson’s "Wine Bottle," 2011, a find from Barbara Davis Gallery, Houston. Text works (from top): Bale Creek Allen’s "Beauty," 2012, Heritage Auctions, Dallas; Archie Scott Gobber’s "Tired," 2009, Marty Walker, Dallas; and Alexandra Grant’s "Love," 2009, Honor Fraser Gallery, Los Angeles. Credenza designed by Rodney Woods.
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Designer Rodney Woods devised the architectural construct that adds a copper metallic element as an open-ended room divider separating the entrance atrium from the kitchen. The columns make a dramatic frame for canvases by Texas masters Mark Flood (left, glimpsed through) and Joe Mancuso (right), as well as an enigmatic sculpture at the end of the hall, Julie Schenkelberg’s "Shroud," 2012, from Asya Geisberg Gallery, NYC.
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The star of the dining room is Ulrike Dornis’ Arabeske, 2011, a canvas by the couple’s close friend who is a notable artist working in Berlin. Custom credenza designed by Rodney Woods. Suite of 1940s Swedish chairs from Collage Classics, covered in fabric by Galbraith & Paul for David Sutherland.
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Tim Hurst surveys the Arts District skyline. James Surls’ "Stairway to Heaven," 2011, rests on a vintage Saarinen table by Knoll, circa 1950, surrounded by Mies van der Rohe Brno chairs with Galbraith & Paul fabric from David Sutherland.
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