Art is such a fickle thing. We need it in our lives yet, it is expensive and often misunderstood. There is such a vast range of art, I think people often get lost or misunderstand its purpose.
One thing I love about Karen Sikie’s work is how livable it is. You can easily imagine her work above a fireplace or in an entryway. Like a precious dessert, her works are easy to consume and carry a welcoming delicateness. Her work is soothing and intricate in a gentle nod to nature.
Karen's commitment to her own spiritual path is captured in the ethereal lightness of her lines and palette choice. The best part is that it's accessible. Karen and Whitney Rosenson at Art Dimensions Online are gearing up to release a print series of her pieces, making them affordable. As I've said before my favorite part about Art Dimensions is that young collectors can lease to own original work or create a rotating gallery out of their home.
We should all be able to experience and enjoy art in our homes, offices and everyday lives. In collaboration with longtime friend Whitney (she literally gave me my first gallery job out of college!) mention Lu Curates and get your first month free on a six-month art lease of original work or 15% off your art purchase.