I'm really into these paintings and works on paper by Pittsburgh-based artist Rose Duggan, with their low-key but groovy pastel stripes. They look truly handmade, in the best possible way.
Monday, September 29, 2014
Wednesday, September 24, 2014
|Jen Altman via Nectar and Light|
Feathers today, because hope is the thing with them, right? (Apologies, Emily Dickinson.) I don't mean to get weird; I've just spotted some feather art lately and wanted to share.
|Catherine McCargar via UGallery|
|Jennifer Ament via Serena and Lily|
|Dekanimal via Etsy|
|Kate Miss photography|
|Perla Anne via Etsy|
|LChantel via Minted|
Tuesday, September 23, 2014
Monday, September 22, 2014
OAC Gallery is new to me, and I'm so glad I found it: In the vein of UGallery, it's an online shop that sells "curated, original work priced under $2,000." Here are some of the standout pieces.
|Janet Yagoda Shagam|
|Sarah Nicole Phillips|
Thursday, September 18, 2014
Recently I've been compiling transportation-themed art for a potential client, and I thought I'd show a few pieces here. I'm going for something unexpected—a skewed perspective, an extreme closeup, an unusual style—so it doesn't feel too much like a little boy's room.
|Fine Art America|
|I love that you can find vintage NYC subway signs on eBay.|
Wednesday, September 17, 2014
Monday, September 15, 2014
Friday, September 12, 2014
I wrote about Bowerbird Collective a long time ago, but I just checked it out again, in search of bird-themed art (more on that soon), and it's even better than before. Featuring the artwork of two sisters-in-law, Bowerbird offers paintings and prints (and will even do custom work). As for the newest pieces, the shark-teeth paintings are just a little creepy (does anyone share my shark obsession?), and if you've been reading this blog, you know that blue wreath pretty much has my name on it.