Etsy is my personal favorite place to source art for my home as well as for clients. I love supporting small creative business owners, and I’ve highlighted my favorite etsy art shops here on the blog before. I have the Etsy app on my phone, and I tend to scroll it every night before bed. It’s my version of counting sheep. Late night scrolls have paid off……here are five more art shops to add to your radar.
1. Bree Madden
Having grown up in Southern California Bree Madden’s beach prints have a familiar feel to them that bring back great childhood memories for me.
This one of Huntington Beach brings me back to senior year of high school. I’m still trying to figure out if that’s a good thing or a bad thing. 😉
Her prints come in a variety sizes, and she also offers canvas art.
This is a great shop to peruse when you’re looking to put a gallery wall together. They offer a wide range of modern, mid-century and tropical printable wall art. You can get instant downloads to print yourself or to send to any print company you’d like, but they also offer shipped prints as well.
I really dig their floral photography prints!
This is a shop I actually stumbled across years ago. I have a few pieces from them that I used in a gallery wall in the guest bedroom of our Kentucky house.
Small pieces are sometimes the hardest to source, but they make for great additions to both gallery walls and bookcases. Studiolicious combines vintage paint by numbers with modern style to create really unique pieces of art.
As much as I love their paint-by-number styles, I’m an even bigger fan of their mid-century chair blocks!
Her shop showcases her fashion illustrations, fine art creations and travel photography. She also offers vintage European photographs. I love her fashion portrait art and would love to own an original some day.
Her art prints come in a wide range sizes all the way up to 30 x 40 inches.
Last but not least, SeptemberWren offers modern, mid-century inspired photography perfect for any color lover.
Her work feels really fun and whimsical!
What are some of your go-to places to shop for art? Do you have any favorite Etsy art shops? I really love discovering new-to-me artists and places to source art!