friday finds.
by victoria comment

3/31/17

matisse tote bag. / sfgirlbybay

hello, friday — feels like you’ve been a long time coming this week. but the sun is shining, there’s a good flea market on and i’m ready to relax a little in my garden this weekend. i’m also working on a fun art project that i’ll share on monday! i guess this post is inspiring my creativity to get started. happy friday, everyone! xo, victoria

  1. i had one glance at this Handmade tote bag inspired by Matisse’s ‘Nadia au Menton Pointu’Made by Peu Importe and had to grab one immediately.
  2. be sure to check out the design files for this interview with melbourne-based artist caroline walls. i’m in love with her beautiful paintings of the female form.
  3. why am i so drawn (no pun intended, well maybe) to drawings? this is called You Suffer, I Suffer, Paint & Charcoal on Canvas by benjamin ewing.
  4. i love the colors in this pretty graphic art print called trinity by Berit Mogensen Lopez, available at the poster club.
  5. this is such a pretty color palette and perfectly suited for the artwork i’m sharing today. i could feel very calm in this room.
  6. holly marder has a great eye, and her studio makes me very envious. i love this little inspiration wall — i’m inspired already!
  7. this is a lovely light-filled space to hang a perfect little gallery of art. and the chaise looks like the perfect viewing spot to take it all in.

caroline walls paintings. / sfgirlbybaybenjamin ewing drawing. / sfgirlbybaygraphic art print by Berit Mogensen Lopez. / sfgirlbybaydecor with pale pink tones. / sfgirlbybayholly marder studio space. / sfgirlbybaylight filled space with art gallery wall. / sfgirlbybay

2 responses to “friday finds.”

  1. Hi, I love the painting that’s in the ‘colour palette’ picture. Would you mind please telling me who the artist is? Thanks!

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