It’s always wonderful to see our piece in people’s wall. This one is from Liana, she told me:
I recently moved into a new place and started putting all my artwork up on the wall. I love your print so much-it’s one of my favorites that I’ve ever owned.
Thank you so much for sharing, Liana! We are so happy that it’s been framed beautifully and loved by such a nice person like yourself!
Katie from Art Wall started a great blog post series, Start with Art — she will be putting elements of a room together in 2-D and design a room around an art piece. And I am so honored to be featured and to see her room design inspired by my Live What You Love print!
What a lovely room! Love the navy couch and the yellow patterned fabric, especially, so chic.
Check out the whole post from here.
Thanks, Katie! :)
Good morning! I hope you all had a nice weekend… Winter is here in NYC. The weather clearly changed over the weekend and it was freezing… time to bundle up!
Speaking of coziness… check out this cozy Family Room at Art Wall — my Live What You Love poster is featured in the middle frame! (I love the frame, too. :))
Art Wall Online is a virtual display space created to exhibit the artwork of independent artists. The pieces are showcased in the form of an “Art Wall,” — an arrangement of artwork placed on a virtual wall. Each one is curated by proprietor Katie Stephenson. Everything is either made by hand or is a print of handmade work and is priced between $5 and $500. Art Wall is not a shop, but a curated gallery. If you are interested in purchasing a piece, click on your selection to view the artist’s page, then click again to be directed to the artist’s own shop. Be sure to check back often, as new Art Walls are added every month.
Sounds lovely, doesn’t it? For more rooms full of art, visit Art Wall and look around :)
(Thank you so much, Katie!)
I actually didn’t realize this wall was by Helio even though it was tagged so… I thought it was so cool and I really like the boldness and its flow and I was thinking how cool that would be to do a photo shoot here. I walked by there again today and finally realized that there is their logo in the wall! That’s so subtle, but so cool to do an advertising campaign like this!
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