Does your home need a Spring refresh with new art?
Consider directly supporting local artists and galleries by filling your home or office with color and things to look at in the process!
And feel free to check out Creative Collective’s artist member listings at https://www.creativecollectivema.com/thearts
Here are some of our favorites
Minimalism and Abstract Art Show at Galleries at Lynn Arts
Sense of Place Art Collection from Studio Feron
Resin and Pop Art from Danamal Art
Fine Art Prints from Lux Et Umbra Art
Original Art from Kate Aurelia Studio (Art Sale Happening Now)
A Touch of Spring from Digs Enamels
The Virtual Store at Salem Arts Association
The Art Loan Program from Miranda Aisling
Nature prints from Ghost Wolf: Handmade Art & Jewelry
Acrylic Pours by Robbie O’Dell at ChagallPAC
Hand Lettering and vintage floral studies from m.ink
Fine art landscape photography from Ryan G. Mason
Digital Art from Fausty Art
Bizarre Art and Goblin Items from Art by Apple Jack
Mini-prints from Val Toukatly
Spring prints from Art by Alina Z
Oil Paintings from John Wathne Art
Paintings by Brett Mason
Work from local artists at Lucille Wine Shop, Moody’s Home & Gifts, and District Trading Company
Bright prints from Kat Maus Haus Illustration & Design
Collaborative work from Boldyaso
Locally themed screenprints from Rusty and Ingrid Creative Company
Custom murals for your work or home from Flourish Artistic Services, Grimdrops, and Annadidathing
Want to get added to this list? Send our editor a message at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Creative Collective is celebrating the ways we can get outside this Spring with their #SpringOnTheNorthShore campaign, an initiative created to highlight the best that springtime North of Boston has to offer on the longer, warmer days.
Area businesses can participate in the event by using the hashtag #SpringOnTheNorthShore and tagging @creativecollectivema and @creativenorthshore in posts on social media highlighting ways their businesses are encouraging people to get out and explore the best of the region this Spring.