One of my goals with this blog is to not only provide interior inspiration but to also be a resource for designers and non-interior designers alike, featuring artists, architects, interior designers and small businesses to help make your homes and lives as beautiful as possible. In the past I’ve shared one of my favorite small businesses with you, an artist collective called Liza Pruitt and was blown away by your response. So many of you became customers of hers and I’ve loved seeing your new art from her collective in your homes! Since then the blog has gotten quite a lot of new followers, so I wanted to share Liza Pruitt’s collective again and answer the question some you are probably wondering- how exactly does her artist collective work?
In short, Liza connects artists with buyers like you and me and sources original art, making it accessible to all. She searches the country to find artists she thinks you’ll love and partners with them to create affordable, curated collections that she features on her website and Instagram weekly, making the pieces available for easy viewing and purchasing online. She offers a variety of price points and styles ranging from landscapes and floral to abstracts and sketches.
If you follow the blog, chances are you have a love for all things timeless and classic. Although a lot of the artwork she features have a more contemporary edge, most of them are ideal pieces to incorporate into traditional interiors to add freshness and interest to the space. Whether you’re a designer looking to commission a specific work for your client or a homeowner who’s ready to start investing in and curating your own art collection, Liza’s collective is one of the best kept secrets for sourcing original art and the fact that she is an absolute dream to work with is an added bonus!
This post was sponsored by Liza Pruitt. Thank you for supporting the brands I love and think you will truly love as well!
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