disclosure: this post is sponsored by Walmart and Art.com
If you are looking for artist recommendations—just read these comments.
I’ve read them.
A zillion times.
I wrote a post back when it wasn’t hot in Texas and asked for your favorite artists because I was looking for art for my walls and you guys came through. Just like always.
(total aside: do you know how lucky I am to have friends like you?)
And since that day, I’ve been collecting art. Nothing fancy. Nothing extravagant. Nothing expensive.
Just art prints that make my heart happy.
Just like you all recommended on that long ago not-hot day.
I want to return the favor.
I want to introduce an artist to you.
I found her when I was looking for art prints for the bathroom.
She paints the most delicate flowers and birds and scenes that are sketches with watercolor pastels.
I literally wanted to order everything I saw.
Here’s the before of the bathroom without the prints.
But wait until you see the difference a little art makes.
Here’s the after from the exact same angle.
It’s so amazing how much different it looks with just a light pop of color on the wall.
I love how it makes the bathroom a little brighter.
Here’s a close-up of the prints.
Can you see how delicate and sweet and lovely the shading is?
You can see all of her art here.
Here are some of my other favorites that I put in my shopping cart.
I linked a ton of my favorites at the bottom of the post.
I think my favorite thing about ordering from Art.com through Walmart is that there is something that fits every single budget.
You can order prints (super inexpensive).
You can order rolled canvases (like I did with the art in my living room).
Or you can order it framed like I did here in the bathroom.
There were a couple of different frame options to choose from. You just pick the one that you like the best and your print shows up already framed.
I really think I owe my art journey to you.
All those recommendations.
All those amazing ideas and help and artists that you sent me.
I am SO lucky to have friends like you.
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