The work of Damian Elwes is part history lesson and part story telling through an exploration of craft–both the artist’s rooms that he portrays and his own. Meticulously researched, the detailed rooms draw you in and fill you with questions. The interaction of the rooms with the natural environment and the work of the artists interact to create a fascinating narrative. Not surprising when you consider his work, his father was the portrait painter Simon Elwes and his mother is the famous interior designer Tessa Kennedy. When they met, she was a socialite and her family disapproved of the match. They ran away to Cuba, where they lived at the hotel Riveria until they moved to Miami. A talented family, one of his brothers…