If you have been following along on my stories you might recall I was talking about digital art recently. What exactly is digital art? You purchase the piece online, download the image, and print it at home or a local print shop. It is a simple and accessible way to get art into your home. Budget friendly, human contactless friendly, and artist supporting friendly.
WIN WIN WIN. Today I'm sharing with you my favorite pieces, places and artists because good art can really transform a space and be a source of joy. And right now we all deserve all the extra joy it can get!
Prints are another great way to get art into your home if buying original pieces doesn't fit into your budget. In fact I just bought one myself! I have been following artist Erin Hanson for quite a few years now. Over and over I've found myself recommending her work to clients friends and family, longing for the day I would have a piece of her work in my home. Her original oil paintings can go for upwards of $10k! But I was able to afford a canvas print that I plan to have framed.
Speaking of framing have you heard of Framebridge? They are a really great online source for framing. You can send them original works, objects or even your digital download files for them to professionally frame. They have a really helpful feature where you can upload the image you want to have framed and "try on" different frames and mats before making your selection. This is the frame I am using for my Waves of Gold print. I can't wait.
LOOK HOW BEAUTIFUL SHE IS
Here are my favorite digital downloads and prints:
Accidental nudes and nature theme =)
I organized them into MINI GALLERY MOODS
Thanks for stopping by!
*post image source: Juniper Print Shop