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5 Ideas for Displaying Artwork on Paper

Chelsea Hart

Making the decision to purchase original art is a big one. You searched, you favorited a bunch of pieces on Pinterest, followed some artists on Insta, and finally found something you loved. You pulled the trigger, waited patiently for it to ship,  and now it's just sitting on your bookshelf  waiting to be properly displayed. Please don't f*ck it up by slapping some masking tape on the back and calling it a day.

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Inspiration Behind "Fall in France" Series

Chelsea Hart

I'm always keeping my eyes open for inspiration that I can use for paintings. Lucky for me, I'm a person who is inspired by A LOT, and feels all the feels about EVERYTHING. I think as an artist, my eye is naturally trained to notice color palettes and compositions that pop up in everyday life that most people wouldn't give a second glance.

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Sneak Peek of "Fall in France"

Chelsea Hart

Here's a little sneak peek at my new abstract series inspired by my recent trip to France. I came home re-energized with lots of ideas, and ready to paint, paint, paint, and paint some more. The series is a collection of acrylic paintings on paper and canvas, varying in size. I can't really say how many pieces will be in this series, because honestly I don't know. And the reason I don't know is because I can't stop painting! I just keep creating pieces, each one better than the last. 

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More Authentic

Chelsea Hart

I finally made the time to redesign my website.  Not to toot my own horn, because I am by no means a graphic designer or digital artist, but TOOT TOOT! I think it looks gooooooood. Everything is more visually appealing, but more importantly, it's a better representation of me and my brand.

With the help of a friend and discussing what I wanted my brand to say, we discovered it was simply an extension of me: authentic, light-hearted, and fun. After coming to this conclusion, the next week was spent playing around with fonts, colors, and googling how to code. It's no secret that I am obsessed with color, and color combinations. So figuring out a palette for my logo and website was equally exciting and overwhelming.

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