anywho i have a bunch of art laying around in various places in my house that was once hung in other various places that i've taken down or switched out for various reasons. lots of variousness. ;) i've been itching to somehow combine it all together to create a gallery wall. but the thing is lots of the pieces are similar sizes so i need to supplement what i've got with some other smaller things. this of course led to a night of staying up until almost 1am sourcing art. not normal. but on the plus side it gave me some sources to introduce today!
adding some original art to my gallery wall is key - it adds texture and depth and different mediums make the whole thing a lot more interesting. i first found donna walker through a pinterest search but quickly learned that she has an etsy shop and is represented through serena & lily for some of her larger pieces. not bad!
pamela munger is an artist with a variety of subjects like landscapes, still lifes, and abstracts. i just love that her art is pretty and original and affordable.
i put together a concept of the gallery wall to at least start me off on sizing and placement. this is going to change 100 times before it all goes up on the wall and i already see things that i would switch around but you get the overall concept. also these is not the final art selections in all cases! the wall where this is going is upstairs so i wanted to keep it light and fun. plus the budget for this project is small and i needed to find affordable art. (that weird publish sidebar is there because i took a screenshot from polyvore)
i had fun trying to connect the art we already own with new stuff so it all makes sense! more to come :)