Welcome to Summer!

We must admit we can’t quite believe it’s here already!  This photo captures the season at its best: bike riding on a sunny day in a small beach town, with a splash of color from a silk scarf from the Monarch Collection by Mark Barclay Design.  Available now at Art Of Where here.

First Independent Gallery welcomes artist Susan C. Price

We’re excited to announce that First Independent Gallery (FIG) has added our favorite artist Susan C. Price to its prestigious group.  Based in Santa Monica, California, FIG is a gallery of contemporary art conceived, formed by, and representing artists from the Southern California area. The gallery exhibits works of art diverse in concept and media.  Susan…

Frank Lloyd Wright’s “Taliesin Line” from Schumacher

Living in the greater Los Angeles area, we’re lucky enough to have access to a number of Frank Lloyd Wright’s iconic homes, and commercial buildings.  The Hollyhock House, the Storer House, the Ennis House, the Freeman House, and the Anderton Court Shops are just a few of his achievements located here. While we’ve seen his sketches…

Susan C. Price at MuzeuMM Gallery

Artist Susan C. Price poses in front of a grouping of her paintings at the recent show Muses at MuzeuMM Gallery, while designer Mark Barclay sits in front wearing a dress shirt featuring Susan’s painting Medici Garden which he has developed into a series of coordinating surface designs available for licensing here.

Free The Art!

Artist Susan C. Price explains how her paintings evolve, what motivates her, and how to get her original work!

A Rabbit in a Chef’s Hat

We’ve always gotten a kick out of this logo since Unkie Monkie Studios found it on a matchbook cover years ago.  There isn’t much available on the history of the Bunnys Waffle Shops chain beyond the fact that there were at least 3 locations in San Francisco, California: 1102 Market Street, 964 Market Street, and 11…

Leggings as Works of Art

Susan C. Price has made a selection of her original paintings available on leggings and other apparel in her Art Of Where online store.  They always turn heads wherever she or her fans wear them!

Centennial Cookies no one can resist!

  Created from a photograph of a tray of glossy, glazed sugar cookies, the Centennial Cookies surface design from Unkie Monkie Studios is a knockout on textiles and home goods – and makes an outstanding shirt!  Check out more of this great pattern on print on demand goods at Cafepress, Roostery, Spoonflower, Art of Where,…

Monarch – a fan favorite

Of all the surface designs created for the Morton Design House collection, Monarch is the pattern people continually return to.  Upon receiving an art print of the pattern, one fan remarked, “There’s something mesmerizing about the way the colors and patterns are juxtaposed that keeps me coming back to it.  I see it even when…