Finding The Best Online Art Sources
I get a lot of compliments on the pieces in our home and while I didn’t technically buy all of them online in the traditional sense – I certainly did discover all of the artists online.
our Kerri Rosenthal painting : photo by Lesley Unruh
My best tip for sourcing and discovering great pieces for your home is to follow a few artists on Instagram.
Instagram is a great way to discover so many fun and interesting things. I love how the app generates new names based on those you already follow.
If you’re not sure who to follow, here’s some of my personal faves. Amanda Talley (she painted the piece in our living room-top photo). Kerri Rosenthal – she’s the artist who painted the bright yellow heart painting in our foyer above. Carter Kustera did the charming silhouettes in our front stairway. (You can read more about those three pieces here.)
*UPDATE as of October, 2019* I’ve just added my own artwork to Instagram! You can follow me here–> @suedechiara
our Carter Kusteras: photo by Nicole Cohen
This year I’m I’m hoping to acquire a few more pieces to fill the few remaining empty wall spaces we still have left.
My best tip, aside from measuring several times-is to really take your time with an art purchase and buy only what you truly love-regardless of colors or trends.
my son’s baby swimsuits : photo by Lesley Unruh
Personally, I also love to frame my kid’s art and also mementos in lieu of a painting or print. Vintage scarves and pieces of colorful printed fabric lend themselves best to this sort of project but as long as it’s meaningful, you can’t go wrong.
Mask by Jennifer Ament : photo by Lesley Unruh
Here’s a round up of some of the art available at these sources that I absolutely love!
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