Some of my favorite items to lay my eyeballs on in person at market is art. It's just joyful for me, to walk through these showrooms lined wall to wall, floor to ceiling, with art.
Today, I'm sharing some of my faves and it is obvious, there is something for everyone here. Traditionalists, Millennials, Entomologists......well, you'll see.
Let's start with HAPPY art! I think that's the best way to describe these colorful pieces from Natural Curiosities.
How fun these would be in a play room, child's room, even a dining room. I can see them in a boho-inspired space with some mid-century furnishings.
Millennial pink was popping up all over market and was even evident in art. It's really a pretty combination and this art from Wendover Art proves it. You can be right on trend with your art in this color palette.
This wall of pastels, from Art Classics, presented a more subtle, yet colorful look. Perfect for someone wanting just a hint of soft color in a space. I love framing art in white, it brings attention to the art piece itself, not the frame, just like I did with the art for my showhouse room awhile back.
The art below is quite striking, however, I'm not sure I'd like it in my dining room. Or bedroom. It might be just right for a nature or bug lover, perhaps? BTW, these bugs are real. They made quite a display, from Pheromone, the art of Christopher Marley.
Pheromone has all kinds of perfectly mounted and framed bugs and natural objects. Everything is just impeccably displayed.
Mounting beautiful objects in acrylic boxes makes for a lovely way to display prized possessions like these quartz pieces from Leftbank Art.
A little silver and gold from Celadon Art helps to combine warm and cool tones in a room. This marriage of metallic colors gives a room depth and variety.
High contrast like in these black and white pieces from Leftbank Art is always prevalent and dramatic.
Here's a little tone on tone whiteness from the Tritter Feefer showroom for all you who favor a calm feeling in your art. :-)
And the botanicals. These are brilliant.