These charming works on paper by Andrew Zimmerman, available on Artsy.net and from the Deep Space Gallery in NJ, are less than $300 each. SO fun and an interesting way to add color and pattern to a room. Buy one to add an unexpected pop to a small wall or purchase several and hang as group… I imagine loving them hung as a group of 3 or 4 in a kitchen and breakfast will never be boring again.
Think beyond paint and paper and consider a textile. This beautiful, handmade Floral Suzani would be a perfect way to fill a large wall (90”x 60”). Embroidered with delicate silk and a cotton backing, it is anything but `ho-hum…’
Suzani’s were traditionally made by Central Asian brides to be part of their dowry. In our mass-produced, technology saturated lives, adding handmade, unique pieces to your space adds character, visual interest and personality to a room. A good framer will be your best friend when it comes to making sure it’s framed right, to keep it protected from light and dirt, and to make sure it can be hung it with ease. Available on 1st Dibs for less than $600 this piece will add a pop of color and a dose of culture to your space.
Is an #artcrush real? If so, the beautiful, light filled paintings of Connecticut artist Holly Lombardo are my current crush. “The Light Beyond,” (below) makes me feel like I’m looking out the window from a house in the woods. It evokes a sense of optimism and anticipation for warm weather, sunny days and happy memories yet to be made.
I love how she captures the way the sunlight sprinkles the trees, evoking the abstract beauty of the natural world. Her paintings range from $1200 and up. Available at J.Todd Galleries in Wellesley, MA. Jtodd.com
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