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2020 was an exhausting, stressful year. Staring at bare walls every day while you worked from home probably didn’t help, either. You don’t need to slap on a new coat of paint or paint a mural on a wall in your home to spruce things up — all you need is a little wall art.
No, you don’t have to head out to an expensive gallery or stage a heist of the Gardner to upgrade your walls in 2021 either. You just need to check out Fine Art America.
Fine Art America understands that wall art is an expression of self, and that with a few well-placed items on the walls, you can turn a house or apartment into a true home. From framed prints, canvas prints, posters, tapestries, and even paintings, Fine Art America offers something for everyone to show who they truly are. (And give you something to brag about when people finally come over after this pandemic.)
Fine Art America was founded in 2006 and has since built up an unparalleled collection of museum-quality wall art. Their collection ranges all styles and tastes, making it easy to shop for the entire home and find something that fits the mood and theme of each individual space.
When you start out, select your choice of wall art (wood prints, acrylic prints, art prints, etc.) and how you’d like to display it. Then, browse their extensive collection to find things you like. Not sure how a particular piece will fit in your home? Use Fine Art America’s augmented reality-powered mobile app to actually see how the piece looks before you checkout. You can even customize art with hundreds of different mats and frames if you want to make it jump out a bit more.
More importantly, because we Bostonians are a prideful bunch, Fine Art America has an entire collection dedicated to Boston. Naturally, there’s no shortage of Celtics, Bruins, Red Sox, and Patriots art, but there are also beautiful historical maps, posters and prints of the skyline and the Charles, and even prints of legendary local landmarks like the Coolidge Corner Theater and the Make Way for Ducklings statue. Of course, the Boston Terrier is a popular subject, as are Faneuil Hall, Acorn Street, the Citgo sign, and the Public Garden. With more than 44,000 Boston-related prints available, you’re bound to find something to your taste.
Best of all, Fine Art America helps artists thrive by allowing them to do custom markups on their own business; something competitors don’t.
Turn your house into a home this year. Fine Art America is the number one place to shop for authentic, museum-quality art for your entire household. Start shopping the extensive selection today, and you can start hanging wall art as soon as possible to kick off 2021 on a positive note.