Monday, July 30, 2012

MORE GOOD ART FOR UNDER $100

Recently I posted about the importance of art in an interior. I had so much fun pulling together a mini collection of art for under $100.00, I thought I would do it again. It just goes to show how much great art is out there for any budget or style. The pieces below are all limited edition prints or original photographs. We live in a time where it's easy to get connected to quality artists online who are eager to sell their work at fair prices.

1. Lead The Way by Heather Landis- $85.00 for a 13"x15" stretched canvas
This quality archival print is museum wrapped around a 1-1/2" wood frame, it's a great size to stand alone or be mixed into a gallery wall.


2. C'mon Get Happy by Irene Suchocki- $30.00 for an 8"x8" original print
I love this photograph of Burano, Italy; the houses look like tiny little toys. Canadian photographer Irene Suchocki prints her original photographs on premium archival paper and signs each one. See more of her work at her Etsy shop, Eye Poetry Photography.


3. Reindeer by Lisa Congdon- $60.00 for a 11"x14" limited-edition print
Lisa's Reindeer painting is down to the last 50 prints out of the 500 released. Each print is signed, numbered and comes with a certificate of authenticity. Get it while you can!


4. Well-being 1 by Valerie Roybal- $60.00 for a 11"x14 limited-edition print
This signed and numbered limited edition print is of a mixed media collage. Artist Valerie Roybal works with ripped pages of books, postcards, written letters, sketches, textiles and more. Valerie describes the work as "Order, association and reverence emerge from the collecting, sorting, arranging, shaping and placement of each piece into a whole."


5. Higher by Yvette Inuflo- $30.00 for an 8"x8" original print
Yvette Inuflo Photography is a shop I found on Etsy. Her candy colored photographs are sweet and reasonably priced at $15.00 and $30.00.


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