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Saturday Morn Wall Art Lagos Wall Art Smoky Mountain Sky Pt.1 Wall Art
The creative force behind his eponymous design firm since 1994, Barclay Butera is known for glamorous yet livable West Coast-style interiors. Although inspired by everything from East Asian architecture to high-fashion runways, Butera credits old Hollywood and West Palm Beach as his greatest muses. Although hailing from New York, Richard Silver has always found a home wherever his camera is. With a passion for travel, he has visited 78 countries across the globe - even participating in a full "remote year" abroad - where he photographs a range of subjects from iconic architectures to cities by the sea. Based in Detroit, Jon Kopacz applies his formal training in film photography and commercial digital multimedia to creating cinematic works of art. Finding inspiration from the Great Lakes to city architecture, his photography reveals the push and pull between good and bad in both nature and society.

 

Girl In Wind Wall Art White Dove Wall Art Julie Wall Art
Artist and designer Rafaela Mascaro created Studio Grand-Pere in 2015 with a purpose to inspire people to share their creativity around the world through illustration. Driven by the desire to expand diversity across the field, the project focuses on the plurality of cultures, genres, and classes. Working with gouache and acrylics, Slovenia-based illustrator Alja Horvat finds inspiration in '70s and '80s style to create striking, pattern-abundant portraits and botanical still life pieces. Creating from her Seattle studio, Victoria Bradley finds inspiration in the forests and beaches of her home state, and continuously experiments with different styles, mediums, and subject matter - from portraits to landscapes.


Julia Wall Art Blue Feathers Wall Art Marta Wall Art
Creating from her Seattle studio, Victoria Bradley finds inspiration in the forests and beaches of her home state, and continuously experiments with different styles, mediums, and subject matter - from portraits to landscapes. For years, Krista McCurdy focused on her textiles business, until a move to Portland, Oregon granted her the time - and space - to paint. She'??s known for multilayered compositions that feature unexpected textural elements and distinct, unexpected hues - both of which are achieved through cyanotype, a process traditionally used in the creation of blueprints. Creating from her Seattle studio, Victoria Bradley finds inspiration in the forests and beaches of her home state, and continuously experiments with different styles, mediums, and subject matter - from portraits to landscapes.


Garden Girl Wall Art Evening Blooms Wall Art Leaf Skeleton Wall Art
Artist and designer Rafaela Mascaro created Studio Grand-Pere in 2015 with a purpose to inspire people to share their creativity around the world through illustration. Driven by the desire to expand diversity across the field, the project focuses on the plurality of cultures, genres, and classes. For years, Krista McCurdy focused on her textiles business, until a move to Portland, Oregon granted her the time - and space - to paint. She'??s known for multilayered compositions that feature unexpected textural elements and distinct, unexpected hues - both of which are achieved through cyanotype, a process traditionally used in the creation of blueprints. After working on her textile arts business for the past decade, Janneke Luursema decided to revisit her love of art. Now working in cyanotype printing, she has developed a process that results in a unique array of colors and bold textures.

 

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Lady and Her Tiger Wall Art Translucent Floral Wall Art Meant to Be Wall Art
Working with gouache and acrylics, Slovenia-based illustrator Alja Horvat finds inspiration in '70s and '80s style to create striking, pattern-abundant portraits and botanical still life pieces. Delicate watercolor florals stretch skyward in this ethereal, minimalist work. Giclée-printed, gallery-wrapped cotton blend canvas

 

Blue Horses Wall Art Crane and Flower Wall Art Baby Fawn Wall Art
Charlotte Ager is a freelance illustrator based in London, UK. Playing with color, composition, and traditional content - such as still lifes - Ager's artworks are a beautiful representation of modern illustration. Tel-Aviv-based artist Miri Eshet is drawn to painting the vintage dishes, blooming flora, and singing birds that recall her grandmother's lush garden. Working mostly with watercolors, she allows the bright, Mediterranean light that peeks into her studio to play upon the joyful nature of her subjects. Full-time artist Angela Moulton is inspired by all things in nature: landscapes, gardens, birds, animals. From a butterfly pausing in the garden, to a dandelion poking through a crack in the sidewalk, she hopes to capture the little things that remind us to slow down and notice the beauty that surrounds us.

 

Plant Tiles Wall Art Orange Fruit Wall Art Peacock Triptych Wall Art
A designer, maker, and mother, Cece Merkle finds inspiration in vintage scarves, empty walls, house plants, and old furniture. Using gaouche paint and watercolor, her abstract work finds the perfect synthesis of natural botanical shapes and line-based geometry. From her studio in Rotterdam, surface designer Jessica Nielsen crafts cheerful renditions of things found in nature. From flowers and cacti to peas and pears, the artist's works are at once minimal, colorful, and brimming with joy. Featuring a detailed rendering of a peacock against a pastel peach background, this triptych wall art brings character and charm into an interior.


Echo Park Wall Art Moment of Spring Wall Art Lisa Wall Art
With each boldly hued petal and bursting bloom, Bay Area-born Bridgette Thornton engages in playful exploration of the relationship between depth and color. Her subjects - whether arranged in a vase or sprouting in a field - take on the organic vibrancy typically reserved for things found only in the natural world. Throughout her childhood, Janice Sadler imagined living life as an artist, often drawing and painting to record her feelings and milestones. Today, she's fulfilling her dreams in downtown San Diego, where the local art scene fuels her creativity and inspires her work. Washington-born Emily Fox King can pinpoint the moment she fell in love with art: It was kindergarten, and she'd just rendered a tutu-clad bear using crayon. Today, the mother and painter explores the notions of femininity through her work, swapping ballet-dancing animals for nuanced versions of domestic spaces and floral imagery.


Floral Paradise Wall Art Be Mine Wall Art
Giclée-printed on cotton-blend canvas. Wood floater frame-mounted With each boldly hued petal and bursting bloom, Bay Area-born Bridgette Thornton engages in playful exploration of the relationship between depth and color. Her subjects - whether arranged in a vase or sprouting in a field - take on the organic vibrancy typically reserved for things found only in the natural world.


Symphony at Sunset Wall Art Cascading Flowers Wall Art Gold Aqua Ferns Wall Art
A calming marsh landscape with pastel clouds is a soothing image for any room your house - from a living room to a powder room. This modern work features gold paint-embellished flower shapes within a wooden shadow box frame, generating a three-dimensional, cascading effect. Perfect for an eclectic interior, this botanical abstract features aqua ferns with a shimmering gold leaf treatment.


Pink Ink Floral Pattern Wall Art Lilies Wall Art Rubber Fig Ink Drawing Wall Art
Working from observation in her home studio in a variety of mediums, Paula Mills captures feminine and tender subjects with strong color and bold marks. Here, California-based artist Lynne Millar uses contrast to create a striking, yet feminine piece worthy of mantels and gallery walls alike. Drawing inspiration from her study of textile design, artist Kate Roebuck explores the timeless themes of pattern, color and texture in each of her bold compositions. Seeking to evoke a dialogue between herself, her subjects, and the viewer, she expresses a well-developed balance of precision and play.


Black Cat Among Irises Wall Art Two Birds In A Tree Wall Art Bloom Wall Art
A graphic designer, art director, and illustrator based in London, Sabina Radeva finds inspiration in nature, with science and art often intersecting in her works. Israeli artist Tali Yalonetzki's nostalgia-tinged portraits - like this lovely rendering of birds perched in a treetop - are reminiscent of the pages of a treasured family album. Israeli artist Tali Yalonetzki's nostalgia-tinged portraits - like this vivid rendering of pink petals in bloom - are reminiscent of the pages of a treasured family album.


The Orchid Wall Art Aurora Wall Art Branch Wall Art
Daniela Orlev's bold brush strokes and vivid colors capture scenes of beauty and leisure, infusing them with energy and light. A graphic designer, art director, and illustrator based in London, Sabina Radeva finds inspiration in nature, with science and art often intersecting in her works. Drawing inspiration from her study of textile design, artist Kate Roebuck explores the timeless themes of pattern, color and texture in each of her bold compositions. Seeking to evoke a dialogue between herself, her subjects, and the viewer, she expresses a well-developed balance of precision and play.


Long Way Home Wall Art Moses Wall Art End Up Here Wall Art
Hanna Kastl-Lungberg is a graphic designer and visual artist from Sweden, though you might not know that from her work: Inspired by "daydreams of California," her prints are heavily influenced by pal trees, desert landscapes, and SoCal street style. The artist's use of intense color comes from a love of '80s and '90s palettes; the same time period inspires her any, geometric prints. In this delightful illustration, a whimsical, well-dressed cat holds a potted plant, while a mysterious bird friend offers forth assistance. Hanna Kastl-Lungberg is a graphic designer and visual artist from Sweden, though you might not know that from her work: Inspired by "daydreams of California," her prints are heavily influenced by pal trees, desert landscapes, and SoCal street style. The artist's use of intense color comes from a love of '80s and '90s palettes; the same time period inspires her any, geometric prints.


Flora Wall Art Red-Tailed Black Cockatoo Wall Art Summer Sky Wall Art
A colorful rendition of tropical fronds, this piece is a calming addition to a guest bedroom or powder room. An artist and illustrator in Washington, DC, Elizabeth Graeber primarily works with pen, ink, watercolor, and gouache paint on paper. Sara Beckley and Laura Else - the creators at the helm of D. Elizabeth Studios - paint abstract and landscape works. Sara's proclivity for simple nature scenes balances Laura's passion for bright, line-driven art, yielding a collection of eclectic paintings that suit any space.


Pila Peperomioides Wall Art Turquoise Bird Wall Art The Last Bougainvillea Wall Art
Dutch illustrator and designer Sylvia Takken enjoys balancing her time between personal art and freelance commercial projects such as magazines, greeting cards, children's books, and advertisements. Sylvia's graphic style is that of playfulness where she emphasizes color and shapes, resulting in whimsical works of art. Encouraged by her parents to explore a wide variety of ways to be creative - including decoupage, quilting, ceramics, woodworking, drawing, and painting - Susan Farrington's childhood experiences formed the foundation for her love of mixed media work. She now creates work for hundreds of magazines and newspapers. On the Mediterranean island of Kefalonian - where the artist Corina Nika lives - bougainvilleas are almost everywhere during the summer season. Taken from a bush right outside her home and scanned, this print captures the artful nostalgia of summer's final days, as preserved in the bougainvillea's leaves.


 
A Hare Running Wall Art Birds Wall Art  Pears Wall Art
Archival ink and paper. Bass wood frame with glass panel included. 22"H, 30"W Archival ink and paper. Bass wood frame with glass panel included. 28.75"H, 22.75"W Featured at both the New York and Chicago Botanical Gardens, Theresa Drapkin's work reimagines the traditional still life. With its heavily saturated color palette, her paintings make a unique statement when placed in any space.


Pups Wall Art Gilded Heron Diptych Wall Art Lemons 1 Wall Art
Six pups sit and stay as their likenesses are rendered in minimal ink, resulting in a heartwarming composition. As this heron prepares for flight, its wings glitter with hand-applied gold-leaf, making its feathers all the more majestic. Set of two prints Focusing on the small wonders that enrich a quiet day, Elizabeth Mayville seeks to highlight the beauty of what's often overlooked. From her Grand Rapids home where she creates her pieces using oil and gouache paints, she explores the multiple facets of selfhood, identifying a balance between being an artist, a mother, a wife and a dog-lover.


Indigo Rock Wall Art Pavanes Wall Art Indigo Ferns Wall Art
Painter Jen Garrido creates dynamic, abstract motifs based on natural forms around her San Francisco home. Her compositions play with perspective - a flattened shape here, added depth there - and draw the eye in with their rich colors and contrast. California artist Jill Sykes creates stunningly serene paintings inspired by nature in all forms. By emphasizing the negative space created by branches and leaves, she constructs peaceful botanical studies that explore both darkness and light. Indigo silhouettes of long-stemmed leaves add elements of cool-toned freshness to your room.


Fresh Places Wall Art Lemon Branches Wall Art Sapphire Frond Wall Art
Working out of a 19th century studio in Greenville, South Carolina, Emily Jeffords paints abstract-impressionist art. Inspired by nature, poetry, and travel, her colorful creations are a beautiful blend of classic and contemporary styles. Drawing inspiration from her study of textile design, artist Kate Roebuck explores the timeless themes of pattern, color and texture in each of her bold compositions. Seeking to evoke a dialogue between herself, her subjects, and the viewer, she expresses a well-developed balance of precision and play. Kaleidoscopic fronds draw the eye as swaths of negative space express their own geometry.


Sunset Stripes Wall Art Grasmere Double Wall Art Foggy Big Sur Hills Wall Art
Inspired by the Southern coastal landscape near her studio in Charleston, Karin Olah uses hand-dyed and vintage fabrics, along with gouache paint, pencil, and pastel to create beautiful, multi-layered paintings. A beach lover, traveler, and mother, Olah's imagery comes from summers on the South Fork of Long Island, quick visits to local beaches and Kiawah Island, and views from her daughters' favorite playgrounds along the Charleston harbor. A professional photographer and tutor, Alan Ranger leads workshops around the UK where he supports and instructs photographers of all levels in the art of camera craft and composition. Disciplined yet inventive, he has spent more than twenty years developing a personal style that prioritizes a deep understanding of intention to result in his masterful photos. A photographer, art director, traveler, and mother, Julie Holder is impassioned by telling stories through her camera lens. With a wanderer's soul and an accomplished travel repertoire, she approaches each photo frame as an opportunity to capture a moment - and create meaning for the viewer.


After The Rain No. 3 Wall Art Landscape With Horse Wall Art Red Dragon Sunset Wall Art
Nantucket-based Lauren Marttila is a photographer best known for capturing stirring, perfectly composed scenes of the coastal land and seascapes that surround her home. This captivating black-and-white photo looks beautiful on its own or as part of a curated gallery wall grouping Ever since his parents gifted him a box camera when he was five years old, Harold Davis has been in love with photography. After opening his own studio in New York City in the 1980s, he became engulfed in the art scene, interacting with artists such as Jean-Michel Basquiat and Keith Haring. Now an award-winning photographer, Davis enhances the power of an image with digital painting to create stunning, unique works.

 

The Arctic Seas Wall Art Pink Sky and Mountains In The Morning Wall Art Chasing Light Wall Art
In pursuit of a joint creative lifestyle, husband and wife Robert and Tiffany Peterson taught themselves photography. Learning from each other's natural strengths and weaknesses, they quickly became masters at the craft, capturing striking moments around the world. Deeming her work as a "love poem to California," artist Lucy Snowe has pursued photojournalism and fine art documentary photography since her time in school. With a background as a stringer for the entertainment industry, Lucy lets her deep appreciation for Los Angeles guide her pastel-colored photographic journeys. Globe-trotting photographer Catherine McDonald evokes a sense of dreamy wanderlust in each destination she captures. As she voyages from LA to Seoul, she focuses her lens on the land's romantic details - native trees, age-old bridges, expansive skylines - and presents each with the alluring aesthetic of a skilled traveler.


Big Ben Wall Art Pink Sunset Wall Art Silver Slide Burst Wall Art
Privately tutored as a child and later formally trained as an interior designer, Lydia Marie Elizabeth is best known for her detailed portraits of architecture and interiors. By exploring shapes and heightened colors of memory, her intriguing illustrations suggest that buildings are a reflection on those who inhabit them. Through his dreamlike, blurred work, photographer Greg Anthon seeks to evoke a sense of timelessness in each painterly composition. Using long shutter speeds, he simplifies the gestures and color palettes of his subjects, highlighting the essential elements of their forms. Casey Chalem Anderson paints open-air vistas inspired by the ocean's peaceful expanse. Using a natural color palette and ethereal forms, she evokes the tranquility of the Hamptons in each spacious composition.


Winter Scene Wall Art Hora Wall Art Llama In The Snow Wall Art
Deeming her work as a "love poem to California," artist Lucy Snowe has pursued photojournalism and fine art documentary photography since her time in school. With a background as a stringer for the entertainment industry, Lucy lets her deep appreciation for Los Angeles guide her pastel-colored photographic journeys. Since studying art in the early 1970s, Itzu Rimmer has been lauded throughout Israel and Europe for his breathtaking landscape works. Painting stories of past, present and future within his subjects' vibrant scenery, he balances the idea of land as something both realistic and conceptual. Deeming her work as a "love poem to California," artist Lucy Snowe has pursued photojournalism and fine art documentary photography since her time in school. With a background as a stringer for the entertainment industry, Lucy lets her deep appreciation for Los Angeles guide her pastel-colored photographic journeys.

 

Summer Sky Wall Art In The Mediterranean Wall Art Scarlet Fields Ablaze Wall Art
Sara Beckley and Laura Else - the creators at the helm of D. Elizabeth Studios - paint abstract and landscape works. Sara's proclivity for simple nature scenes balances Laura's passion for bright, line-driven art, yielding a collection of eclectic paintings that suit any space. Shortly after getting married in 2012, Rob and Tiffany Peterson taught themselves the art of photography in pursuit of a more creative lifestyle. Now, the husband and wife duo are masters of capturing the stunning moments - think Icelandic sheep stopping to say hello or fog rolling over Edinburgh hillsides - that remind the viewer of our planet's inherent beauty. Splitting time between Sag Harbor and New York City, painter Casey Chalem's work expresses the serenity and tranquility found in nature. This collection focuses on the place where Chalem feels most grounded - the ocean - and speaks to its calming effect through color and abstract forms.

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