Here’s where to buy your next piece of art

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Picture perfect.

We’re of the firm belief that a great piece of art is the perfect way to lift any space. But with so many designs on offer, selecting the right one can be a daunting process.

That’s why we’ve chosen three of our favourite picture makers of the moment, to spark some inspo and bring out your inner interior decorator.

From works inspired by nature to minimal line drawings, these pieces are sure to transform any room into something special.

Paper Provision


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Paper Provision believes in making inspiring spaces to live, work and sleep in. Understanding the power of a well-placed piece of art, the brand offers a huge selection of minimal prints with a high-end aesthetic. Online you’ll find a focus on decorative typography, high fashion graphics and minimal line drawings. It’s all about designs that can inspire and elevate a room, without breaking the bank. That means all pieces are sized to fit IKEA and otherstandard frames, so there’s no need for a trip to the framers.


Fern Siebler


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We’re always on the hunt for new ways to make our living spaces more inviting. And we’re pretty certain that hanging one of Fern Siebler’s artworks is the easiest way to do so. Inspired by the fluidity of nature, the Melbourne based artist uses inks to create a series of abstract works. Each colourful masterpiece reflects the movement of the earth’s elements, whether that be water, air or fire. The result is a series of distinctive, calming and emotive pieces, which can be shopped as prints or original artworks.


Alison Percy

Alison Percy is a visual artist who aims to bring the outside world in. Her works focus on the natural world around us, largely inspired by her home close to the Murray River and the High Country. Each artwork is delicately created using acrylic pigment, with layers upon layers of newly mixed paint resulting in unique and one-off colours. Alison brings her landscapes to life on fine linen and cotton canvas, including views of valleys to rivers and bushland. Catch the artist in person at her exhibition with Kim Passalaqua atArts Space Wodonga until June.


This article was originally published in Fashion Journal 188. You can read it here.

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