Sure, you could buy a plane ticket and go to a tropical island. Or… you can bring the exotic locales to you.
Affecting people in a meaningful way is (to me) the purpose of art.
So when my work Let The Sunshine In was recently featured in an article about manifestation, I was blown away. For me, getting to create art for a living is a dream in its own right. To also know that people include it on their vision boards because it inspires them to go out and manifest their own dream is beyond rewarding.
(photo credit: s6 blog)
It’s been quite a month for my work being spotlighted in interior design features and I am so freaking grateful. The latest is on the Society6 blog, where Mary Lauren’s amazing redesign of her son’s room includes two of my works. Check out the article here for some truly inspiring adventure-themed kid’s room ideas. (Photo credit: s6 blog)
And get the look here:
It always makes my day (week/month/year) when people choose my work to display in their homes!
Spotted on the Society6 instagram feed, my work Let The Sunshine In (far left):
And next to it, Indigo Mountains by the incredibly talented SpaceFrogDesigns — one of my all time favorite works ever. If I do say so myself, the pair look smashing together.
As always, many thanks to the Society6 team for continually promoting my work!