iSpy...Harland Miller at Hope House


We believe that balancing a healthy mind and body is essential in our overall wellbeing; to maintain this mantra we love to share the work of our artists in environments that reinforce this – like our latest residency with emerging artist Maddie Rose Hills at London’s most happening vegan eatery Farmacy, where we’ll feed your soul and nourish your body with art and food inspired by nature!


Harland Miller At Hope House


But our desire to inspire doesn’t stop there, so when we spy an art installation like Harland Miller's High on Hope, packing a punch in this exquisite 1920’s gym we simply can’t wait to share it with you…


Oversized and impossible to ignore in orange, High On Hope is a beautiful example of the Penguin book cover paintings for which Harland Miller has become known. Combining his writer’s love of language and passion for oil painting, the canvas exudes positivity, demanding focus and determination from it’s (no doubt hardworking) audience in this fabulous fitness haven.


If you don’t have time to head down to the gym today, or haven’t (yet) got your own Harland at home, why not follow us on Instagram to get your daily dose of #ArtInspo and a little #MondayMotivation…?  


Image courtesy of Hope House