of the front door. Titled Everything & Nothing, it’s
composed of nine panels, each of which is 24 inches
square. It’s engaging and smacks of a conversation
that takes place among a riotous group of natural
images sporting eye-popping color. Gómez and
Luttmer have purchased “two decades of Ted’s
work.” Kincaid’s work is featured throughout their
home and emerges as an obvious favorite artist whose
work they largely purchased from Marty Walker.
Walker, now an astute and sought-after private art
consultant, notes that, “José and Francis have a very
good eye and they are usually quick to make a decision
and current Executive General Manager of R + D
Kitchen in Preston Center Plaza, states that when he
travels he “wants to check off a new box.” No doubt.
Unlike less-adventurous souls, he doesn’t “want
to return to the usual places—Paris, London, and
Geneva.” Luttmer exudes intelligence and a winsome
enthusiasm for travel, cuisine, and a life interjected
with large doses of adventure. But, first and foremost,
their passion for acquiring art is a subject they return
to again and again—and for good reason.
When you enter their living area, a suite of Ted
Kincaid prints is situated on the wall to the right
Bernbaum Magadini recently renovated the entrance to the home.