Holiday gift guide

Buying art for someone else isn't the most conventional gift. But, I've got you covered with this handy dandy gift guide.

The "Just a little something"

For your kids’ teachers, your hairdresser, your neighbor that always watches your dog, the person you agreed not to exchange gifts with…I have a back roads set and sunset/rise pack of greeting cards, 2017 calendars and all sorts of prints.

The “(I’m so sophisticated) I got you original art”

For the art lover, the anti-mass consumerism-let’s-support-makers person, the person with a desk or dresser that’s a little too bare…I have five original paintings on 6”x6” wood panels. These are super cute and versatile as they can hang from a nail or stand up on their own. They are here, here, here, here and here.

The “Taking it up a notch”

For when you both have good jobs, you’ve finally paid off your student loans and you’re like, “Babe, let’s get your parents something nice this year...," I have two originals for $250 or less. They are both on deep wood panels and depict beautiful, summer sunsets.

The “Bigger is better”

For the person with a size is more important than substance situation – ie, a spot to fill on their wall…I have 18”x24” giclee prints on stretched canvas. These are high quality reproductions that are ready to hang on the wall.

The “I went all out”

For that marriage-material +1 you’re trying to lock down, or your one and only on your 30th Christmas together, or for yourself because, you know—holiday bonus…I have some big originals sure to steal the scene over your couch or in your dining room. 

Happy shopping and shoot me an email if you have any questions!