Art Roundup: Houses
Dear Emily’s Readers,
It’s Danielle from The Jealous Curator, and I’m back again with more art. And yes, it’s all still affordable! So, if our relationship is going to go further, you should know that I have a small obsession with houses. I’m not sure if it’s actually trending, but #houses are always trending in my head — even if they have plants growing out of the bottom of them:
Oh my. The collage/embroidery work of Amsterdam-based artist Hagar Vardimon-van Heummen. Emily actually has a piece from Hagar, and you guessed it, I’m jealous. Hagar has prints available here, or contact her to talk about getting one of her amazing originals.
So, from houses with plants growing out of them, to houses with plants growing in them:
American artist Jeremy Miranda and his greenhouses. Sigh. I’m not sure how much his originals cost, but you can pick up a print of one of these bizarrely beautiful glass houses starting at $20. Yes. I said $20. ?!
Now, home truly is where the heart is – and if your heart is in a silver airstream in the middle of the desert, then have I got some art for you!
Boston based artist Leah Giberson paints a trailer like no one else can! Her originals are stunning (I was lucky enough to curate a group show that included her work, last year), but you can also find a huge number of prints in her Etsy shop.
Houses. Boy oh boy, I really could look at them all day long. Maybe I’ll just wait here ’til my next post.
See you then ~ Danielle (aka The Jealous Curator)