Recently, I’ve started to invest in original artwork for my home. I don’t know a lot about art, but I do know what I like. It can often be intimidating to go to a gallery, not to mention quite the investment. One of my favorite places in the city to find original art in a completely inviting setting is Lost Art Salon. It is a treasure trove with a wonderful assortment of works, ranging from sketches, photography, to paintings in different mediums. Their rotating inventory features traditional and contemporary styles, and priced for many different budgets. The space is a little hidden, but once inside, it is warm, bright and filled to the brim with art. The staff is friendly and knowledgeable, and they don’t give you the hard sell. I recently took advantage of their lending program, bringing home a couple pieces to try on my mantle, before deciding on an abstract watercolor from Hugh Wiley.
Here are some of the currently available works that caught my eye:
Check out these paintings and more on Lost Art’s website, or better yet, pay them a visit and see them in person. It’s worth the trip.
Photos of paintings courtesy of www.lostartsalon.com.