Moving house is always a fab opportunity to buy new art! I am thinking about moving in the next couple of months, so I will have a whole new place to decorate, and I’ve had my eye on these beauties…
Check out the almost excruciating detail in this awesome woodcut.
This gorgeous woodcut took the Tugboat Printshop three years to make. I am saving my pennies because it costs $1000, but it is so beautiful.
Samantha Keely Smith is another favourite of mine that I am saving for. I could get lost in her tremendous, abstract works which meditate on the sea. I’m praying she will do a print run one day.
How amazing would that look over your sofa? Or over your bed? One day, when I a Real Adult who spends ten grand on a piece of art, I will get one of her paintings, and I will love it my whole life.
This one is a sort of sculptural, relief of plants that is made as a tile with plaster. Handmade here in the UK by an Etsy shop called Tactile Studio. Lovely colours.
Also one to save for, as it’s £1400, but I just love all the details of the plants and its texture.
Of course, I’ll need something to remind me of my roots, so something like this lovely cactus watercolour by Etsy shop Arminho should do the trick!
And how could I do without a nice photo of the mountains?
Love the misty clouds in this one of the Alps by Adele Photography on Etsy.
I may have to go ahead and get a couple of Pedro Covo‘s delightful swimmer paintings. They are just abstract enough and have a beautiful colour pallet (I hear that pale pink is so in for 2016 interiors!).