A little gift: Coastal iPhone Wallpapers

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I’ve been experimenting again…I thought it would be fun to offer new iPHONE WALLPAPERS with each new collection, as well as a limited supply of archival PRINTS and maybe a product or two.

I’ve always wanted to see my designs on products that are useful (and pretty). I’m hoping to expand this over the next few months to include a limited number of items with each collection. I’ve put a lot of thought into it, and I don’t want to slap my artwork on a bunch of ‘things’ that no one really needs or uses. My coffee cups are white, my linens and plates are solid, my sofa is slipcovered in white. I know, not very artistic..

But I get overstimulated (and bored) with a lot of pattern and color in a lot of places. I like beautiful patterns, bold color, and boho blouses with lots of interest. But  sometimes it’s all too much for me. Maybe it’s because I use so much color in my daily work? Maybe I’m getting old and peaceful is more important than exciting?

So if that’s the case, then why do I want to create products? Because too much white is boring, and I love a pop of color on a white background. I’d love to have my work available at various price points and on products people use every day. Because it’s another way to bring a little joy into the ordinary. This collection will be carefully curated to include only pieces that I would use myself or that I really love.

For now, here’s the LINK to the iPhone downloads. Unframed PRINTS will be available for a limited time. Look for some new products in the future. What items would YOU like to see? Drop me a line, I’d love some inspiration.

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Pottery Barn Artist

 

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I was Pottery Barn’s featured artist in South Park mall on Saturday. The amazingly talented group there made this table look beautiful in a few swift motions, took a couple of gorgeous photos, and are gift wrapping my art for Mother’s Day!

 

Free Downloadable Print

'Summer Picnic'

‘Summer Picnic’

I just learned how to create free printables in a Creative Live class taught by Blacksburg Belle April Bowles-Olin, who is just so cute and so darn smart. I’m experimenting on you to see how I like it and how it works. Just for fun. I’m working on adding new items to my Etsy shop for the holidays, including some downloadable items such as prints and notecards.  The verse below it is:

There is nothing better for a man, than that he should eat

and drink, and that he should make his soul enjoy good in

his labour. This also I saw, that it was from the hand of God.

Ecclesiastes 2:24

Download your free printable art here  and print it out on a standard letter size card stock. Please remember that this is for your personal use only. All images are copyrighted by Pam Wingard. If you have a minute, please let me know in the comments below if it worked ok for you.