Thursday, February 18, 2010

Style: 3 Fish Studios, Falling in Love with Affordable Art

It's not easy to uncover affordable art, but periodically, we'll stumble on a find that's worthy of sharing—in this case, two finds. Husband and wife art team, Eric Rewitzer and Annie Galvin, create so many lovely and whimsical paintings, digital prints, and blockprints (linocuts), it's hard to determine which ones to buy.

I first discovered the dynamic duo after my friends turned me on to San Francisco's Zinc Details. Later, at a Los Angeles' Renegade Craft Fair, I had the opportunity to meet Eric and talk about their creations first-hand.

For over three years, their studio has been a home to art classes, a space for community events, and a testament to their creative endeavors. Now, fans of their work can also browse and purchase online! From post cards to limited editions, 3 Fish Studios has an affordable, artistic find (or two) to fall in love with. Details: www.3fishstudios.com, www.zincdetails.com, www.renegadecraft.com

2 comments:

BELLA February 19, 2010 at 7:09 AM  

I am a manllow fanatic! I have one of Jacob and of Edward. I pretend I am in the tent scene in Eclipse.

haydesigner in SD February 25, 2010 at 12:22 AM  

I'm thinking that the type color of the comments is very hard to read.

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