new prints at keep calm gallery

A long time ago, I purchased a print by Amy Ross from the London-based shop Keep Calm Gallery, and it remains one of the most treasured pieces in my small art collection. Thus, whenever I receive an email regarding their newly released prints, I never fail to check them out immediately. While I haven’t found anything I love as much as my Bird Heart, there are a couple new prints that are quite lovely: Birdpaper by Matthew Rose, shown above, and Color Study by Alyson Fox (second image below). They both have a really wonderful repetition going on; I have a hard time looking away. On a side note, I think both of these would make amazing textiles for fall — wouldn’t they look pretty cool on a shirt or dress? You can check out all the new pieces available at Keep Calm Gallery by clicking here. — Kate

 

  1. Bev Weidner says:

    That bird art seriously has me giddy in my pants.

  2. Rachel Tatem says:

    It is amazing what you can do with paper! I have a friend who makes amazing pieces of art with them.

  3. Megan K. says:

    I really love Alyson Fox’s color study. Or any type of color studies- they are just so beautiful to look at!

  4. MuddHutt says:

    Absolutely love the colour study.

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