With all the flawless shelfies, gorgeous interiors, exquisite breakfast tableaus, and market-fresh flowers filling our feeds, more of us are interested in bringing a curatorial eye into our own lives.
Art is a fantastic way to reflect your interests and pull a room together, and there options for every budget. If you do have the funds to purchase that new Michael Dotson, fantastic! Definitely go for it. But in this series, I'm pulling together my favorites from around the internet priced under $200 (unframed, unless noted otherwise). For this first edition, I'm sampling from some of my favorite art resources—enjoy!
New York City based painter Sadie Laska's (b. 1974) bright, abstract paintings are inspired by floral print textiles, transformed by loose brushwork and opaque color. This fantastic archival print can be yours for $55 via The Posters—but only for 135 more days!
There is a haunting, intimate beauty to Polish painter Jarek Puczel's somewhat abstract, unfinished portraits. I saw this work floating around Tumblr for a while before discovering that prints were actually available via Saatchi Art, starting at $71.
Alex Diamond's ethereal watercolor gradient series would be a luminescent addition to any room—I would love this in my office, or as part of a colorful, salon-style wall. Also from Saatchi Art, this print can be yours for $60.
To wrap up, here's a name you may recognize! That's right, photographer and filmmaker Gia is Frances Ford Coppola's granddaughter, and Sofia Coppola's niece. Based in Los Angeles, Coppola produces dreamy, scintillating images—several of which are available in gorgeous archival editions via Tappan Collective, starting at $100.
I'm working on a few more curated collections, but in the meantime, feel free to message me with specific questions or requests.
P.S. BONUS! Are you stumped on what to do with your art? I may do a forthcoming post with suggestions, but in the meantime, check out Emily Henderson's fantastic tips on how to correctly hang art in your space.