Home and Living Examiner and Lifestyle Examiner love art. We lament the fact that so many schools have dropped their liberal arts programs. Art is sophisticated. Art is for any intellect. Art breathes life into a room.
UGallery says they hate naked walls. We wholeheartedly agree.
What is it that keeps people from utilizing the power of art? They feel they don’t know enough about the medium whether it is an oil painting or even a photograph. They worry that art might be too expensive. They aren’t comfortable entering galleries.
"UGallery says they hate naked walls."
Well, UGallery may be your answer. If you have questions about the style of the art, how it’s created, or how the colors will look in a ‘yellow’ room, ask one of their experts. You can chat with them or make a phone call, it’s super easy to talk with a specialist.
If you are worried about expense—Ugallery has a variety of price points. If $100 dollars is your budget, there are many kinds of art that will fit your checkbook. Art should be approached as an element of design. A modern room may scream for color and you can fill that void. Photography can be stunning in a room filled with books. Watercolors look delicate in a feminine bedroom and may be just the accent you need.
UGallery has over 6,000 hand-picked pieces, all online.
I am a Guest Curator for UGallery and was very proud and happy to go through much of their collections and chose pieces that spoke to me. Please visit my page and see if you have similar sensibilities. No matter if you don't like my choices. Everyone should feel a visceral connection to art as that is the way it’s meant to be.
UGallery has been featured in USA Today, Apartment Therapy, GQ, Vanity Fair, The Economist, InStyle, Cosmo, etc.
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