This past weekend was SO much fun- I’m still exhausted, but super thankful. I want to send a big thank you to everyone who visited our warehouse sale- it was really fun to see so many of you in person! I can’t wait to see how you style your newfound items throughout your home. I’ve obviously had all things Tuesday Made on my brain and now that our warehouse sale has wrapped, I wanted to share our newest art arrivals with you. During my college days, (against the advice of my parents) I got degrees in both Fine Art and Art History… I’ve just always had a passion for art. I will never pass up a museum visit, doodling & sketching in my journal, and collecting art for our own home has been the most fun. The same goes for the shop– my goal has been to curate an accessible gallery-worthy collection to share with you. I wanted to fill our shop with pieces that will withstand the test of time, works that have texture, interesting brushwork, classic color palettes, and professional framing. After attending many markets, perusing lots of galleries, and discovering talented artists, I’m excited to share over 50+ new works with you. I just added these to the shop a couple of weeks ago. Click through to see what’s new!
Landscape paintings will always be a favorite of mine. I enjoy getting lost in them and dreaming of future travels… wondering exactly what place they depict, while admiring their wispy brushwork. I’m also partial to their color palettes that bring the hues of nature into our home. Here are some of our newest landscapes in the shop:
Rather than linking all of these, I’ll just put our Tuesday Made collection link here for you! Feel free to browse & peruse at your leisure. I’m always here to help if you need a second design eye!
When I made these selections, I tried to keep antique and vintage works in mind… timeless pieces we’ll love for years to come, and ones that easily blend with any aesthetic. I really do have the most fun picking out art. I can’t believe this is part of my job! See, Mom- I told you this would come in handy someday. Ha. Next up, charcoal, drawing, and sketching studies.
This might be my favorite category, charcoal and quick sketches, because they look a little undone (perfectly imperfect) and give you a peek into the artist’s process… they always show a lot of movement and their natural palettes work well in any room. I’ve always loved a good contour drawing.
Just like I love a good still life scene, floral artwork is another subject matter you can readily find throughout my home. Something about flowers boost my mood. Their colors, their texture, they way they’re painted, sketched, or preserved- they bring the beauty of nature into a vignette and have the ability to add life to a wall, even in their two dimensional format. Floral artwork feels very timeless to me.
I know this is a short and sweet post, but I quickly wanted to share some of our beautiful new pieces with you. It’s a collection I’ve become quite fond of and I’m really proud to share it with you. If you’re ever in the market for classic artwork, please keep my shop and small business in mind! From vintage art (we’ve got a new batch at the framer’s right now, FYI) to abstract works, we’ve got something for everyone. Click over to see the entire collection! What kind of art are you most attracted to? Here’s to a good week ahead. I’m playing catch up over here this week, but it was well worth it for our warehouse sale! Thanks again for coming- I had the best time!