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We’ve Come a Long Way Baby—Except with Abstract Expressionism

I recently visited a semi-major metropolitan city for an Abstract Expressionism exhibit. I was pumped for the art, but also for the chance to introduce my non-art-history-fanatic boyfriend to the first modern art movement to embrace women. We stepped into the special exhibition hall and I went into my customary manic art appreciation mode, rushing around the room and exclaiming in a hushed voice, “That’s a Philip Guston!”, “Check out that Rothko!”, and “This Clyfford…

Art.com Goes To MOCHA

You may have read about it already, or seen it on social media, but Art.com loves MOCHA. Oakland’s Museum of Children’s Arts’ mission is a great one —to “ensure that the arts are a fundamental part of the lives of all children through hands-on art experiences, arts training and curriculum for educators, and advocacy for the arts.” We already helped support LEAP, MOCHA’s  hands-on, library-based after-school arts program, and brought you information on that…

Listening to: A Piece of Work with Abbi Jacobson

Abbi Jacobson’s hilarious Broad City character (named Abbi) is a perpetually struggling artist in New York City. And that’s not something she just made up for the show. Jacobson studied art before getting into comedy and acting – background she gives us in the first episode of her new podcast A Piece of Work, produced by MoMA and WNYC Studios. I first heard of the podcast as a promotion by another one podcast I…

5 Questions With … Christine Fernandez

“5 Questions With…” is a new feature where we ask Art.com team members to discuss some VERY important topics. Today we have Christine Fernandez, our new Chief Experience Officer. Who is your favorite artist and why? This is a tough question for me to answer. I love so many artists for different reasons, I really can’t choose one. I’ll note a couple of artists who stand out and why. One is design duo Charles and Ray Eames.…

Art.com Insider Kira Wampler: Monet’s Gardens

My new role at Art.com has me on the road meeting with our team, and it was hard to pass up the opportunity to connect with our fabulous crew in Venray, Netherlands. Combining that with spring break meant a family trip to London, Paris, and Amsterdam. As we planned the trip, we thought a lot about what kind of experience we wanted our family to have. We’re not big on “see everything in a day…

How I SPY DIY & Sometimes Sweet Are Decorating With Greenery

Have you heard? Pantone announced it’s Color of the Year for 2017 and it’s just about the most refreshing thing we’ve heard all year! In case you missed it, the color that’s set to be the year’s most on-trend shade is Greenery. We teamed up with lifestyle bloggers I SPY DIY and Sometimes Sweet to incorporate this enviable hue into their home decorating. SOMETIMES SWEET Sometimes Sweet’s Danielle knows first hand that this fresh shade…

Put A Bar Cart in Your Bathroom

Bar carts are definitely on-trend and even if you’re not looking for a new home for your libations, a bar cart can serve as a unique and stylish storage solution. Check out how Art.com’s Director of Merchandising for Home Accessories, Linda Crisolo tried this trend in her own bathroom. Decorate with gilded insects and faux succulents to add a touch of whimsy to an otherwise functional space. Faux flowers can provide a low-maintenance pop of color to…

Palm Springs Architecture Eye Candy

Just a few hours east of Los Angeles, picturesque desert scenes and mid-century architecture create the landscape of a destination known for style. Palm Springs has remained a hot spot for designers, artists and celebrities for over a century. Art.com Senior Designer, Guillaume D. recently went to Palm Springs to visit the iconic architecture, now known as desert-modernism, made famous by prolific American architect Albert Frey. Camera in hand, Guillaume set out to see the…

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