Today I’m sharing some of my favorite art sources I use in our home.
In our bathroom, we have a piece from Christine Sweet Fine Art. Christine is a Charleston-based watercolor artist best known for her modern renderings of coastal creatures. “Presence” is hanging in our half bath, and it’s a print that comes hand-signed on heavyweight archival paper.
One of my most recent favorite sources for art is a shop on Etsy called Heirloom Print Shop. They provide art prints to your door in a variety of sizes and papers – including canvas. The printing is so well done, and if you frame your art without glass, it looks almost like an actual oil painting.
In our library, I have this Woman Portrait which is so elegant and timeless.
In our dining room, this stunning landscape hangs. I selected the textured premium paper for my prints, and I couldn’t be more pleased with the quality.
This still life is perfect for the kitchen, and the colors would work in almost any space.
I am a huge fan of home portraits, and we have a painting of our previous home (top) and our current home (bottom).
The top portrait is by Katie of Me and Mary , and she specializes in watercolor home portraits.
The bottom portrait is by my friend John of John Keeling Paintings. I had the honor of working for John years ago at a Hallmark subsidiary. John is extremely talented and you should definitely check out his work.
If you’re looking for artwork that is unique and fun, Check out this Lincoln portrait we have hanging in our bonus room.
It is by Mel Remmers Studio, and I’m slightly obsessed with her colorful and gorgeous work.
In our kitchen, I have this studding original from Elisabeth Neil Art. Her work is a mix of realistic and impressionistic, and I’m a huge fan.
If you’re looking for larger art pieces, then you need to check out Juniper Print Shop. I purchased Oak Park, and you can purchase it in sizes ranging from 8×10 to 55×79!
The light I have hanging above the piece in our kitchen is an inexpensive battery-operated picture light you can purchase here.
Do you have some favorite sources for art? Please share in the comments below!