This New Crate & Barrel Wall Art Collab Will Seriously Elevate Your Gallery Wall
Wall art. You know it, love it, and want lots of it. If you’re looking to update your collection with something a bit more luxe or scale back with something bigger and better, the latest collab from UGallery, an online marketplace that offers accessible art and supports emerging artists, and Crate & Barrel is here to add some quality pieces to your space. With original works from 28 up and coming artists, this exclusively curated collection offers one-of-a-kind art that is both on-trend and timeless. So instead of switching out your gallery wall every season, you can invest in a piece (or three!) that will last and work in just about any space. Learn more about the collection below and get ready to start planning your new and improved art wall.
Each artist in the series was hand-picked from UGallery’s 500+ artist community to complement Crate & Barrel’s clean, modernist aesthetic. The partnership features a diverse range of styles, media, and subject matter, with everything from dreamy watercolor landscapes to bold abstract designs and sculptural wood pieces. According to UGallery Co-founder and CEO, Stephen Tanenbaum, it’s a great way to “…bring the joys of owning original art to an even larger audience, an exciting opportunity for both the Crate and Barrel customer and our artists.”
And with every painting or sculptural piece created specifically for the partnership, this collab offers unique art that will help your space stand out from the rest. The end result, according to UGallery Co-founder Alex Farkas, is a collection of “…pieces that bring peace and calm to the home, transport the viewer, and open up the imagination.”
The collection starts at $700 and goes up to $2575, and it includes artwork as large as 48×36 inches. Each piece is shipped straight from the artist’s studio in a custom art box so it will arrive on your doorstep safely.
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