7/06/2011

Everyday Handmade: Art Prints

Hello Hello! It's been more than a month since my last Everyday Handmade post, and now I'm writing from my new home in Boulder, Colorado! Yay!

The dust from moving has finally settled, and we're beginning to do the things that make a house a home: working, relaxing, cooking, and hanging out in our new place. Of course, no home would really be a home without artwork on the walls---I think art is THE thing that can take a regular old house and make it into a unique space that inspires you and feels like your own. And so today with that in mind, I'm doing a round up of beautiful art prints from the Artisans Gallery Team. The thing I love about art prints is that they're affordable, which means: you can buy MORE art!

There is so much great art created by Artisans Gallery Team members, that I must admit it was hard to pick just a small collection. If you're looking for art, there are many more beautiful, inspiring pieces to pick from---just check out the "art" drop down menu on the right sidebar of this blog. Without further ado, here we go . . .

One of many amazing whimsical pieces by Louisest Art, this colorful, fresh piece will remind you to bloom everyday. It's called "Inner Spring" {find it here, item called "summer flowers poetry bloom"}




For a little bit of poetry {or a lot} check out the wonder-filled prints of Raw Art Letterpress. This here is a personal favorite of mine {in fact I have it on my wall right now}, with a quote from one of my all time favorite poets E.E. Cummings. It's called "Little Birds," and you can find it here along with so many other phenomenal handmade prints!



For inspired, colorful, organic artworks, look no further than Gretchen Mist. This one's called "Mist with Flowers," and I love how it's like a little window to the natural world through the brain of the artist. Find it here.



A few words go along way in this piece by Miz Katie. This print is one among many deep, human, creations in her shop. I think everyone could use this message and this print for everyday inspiration. Find it here.



For beautiful pieces inspired by the wide world outside, check out Lesha's Art Shop. I particularly love her series of "Palm" paintings for their gorgeous lines and colors. This one's called "Palm No 5." Find it here.



I hope you enjoyed this creative round-up and these amazing artists! Have a wondrous creative rest of your week!

10 comments:

colette said...

wonderful article about one of my favorite topics :D

i hope everybody checks out nicole's amazing prints, creative kits and other goodies http://www.etsy.com/shop/bluebicicletta

colette

steinschmuckdesign said...

FANTASTIC!!!

miz katie said...

Wow! Thanks for including my print. I'm grateful to be among these fabulous artists. I've shared the link on FB.

Tandy Belt said...

LOVELY stuff! Miz Katie, congratulations! All of the art inspired me to begin anew...

gretchenmist . . . {belinda} said...

thanks for including my mist print among these beauties!
xx

Circle of Tea Admin 1 said...

Thanks you so much for including my Pal No 5 Print. There's more to come from a (hopefully) New Orleans series soon!

WolfeWoman said...

One of each please!
Beautiful collection, talented, talented artists!
Lee/OneClayBead

bluebicicletta said...

Glad you all enjoyed this! Hooray for the infinity of art!

anakim said...

Wonderful! thanks for the post.

IKABAGS said...

Such a beautiful post !

Thanks so much for your time and sharing with us !