Williams Sonoma Home Launches Online Art Gallery


Williams Sonoma Home has launched an online art gallery in partnership with Los Angeles-based art curation brand Tappan Collective. The new gallery will showcase exclusive, limited-edition contemporary artworks ranging from original paintings to archival prints and sculptures.

Designed to revolutionize the process of transforming consumers’ walls through art, Williams Sonoma Home’s new digital art gallery will provide buyers with a new opportunity to collect art and discover new and emerging artists.

“Williams Sonoma Home’s partnership with Tappan Collective gives our customers access to incredible works of art across multiple mediums,” said Williams Sonoma President Felix Carbullido. “Offering a selection of original paintings, fine art prints and sculptures to our clients provides them with a unique opportunity to add an extra layer of personal expression to the design of their homes.”

“At Tappan, we believe that collecting art is for everyone. We believe in making art accessible,” said Tappan Collective founder Chelsea Nassib. “We are thrilled to partner with Williams Sonoma Home to introduce customers to new works of art, while helping these incredible emerging artists find their way into the homes of collectors.”

Artists featured in the Tappan Collective collection for Williams Sonoma Home include:

  • Alarah Gee: visual artist based in Yorkshire, North England, Gee is known for her minimalist line drawings and meditative ink paintings that recontextualize everyday household objects with an emphasis on geometric shapes post-modern and the thoughtful gestures of the artist.
  • Astri Styrkestad Haukaas: Abstract painter and founder of Danish art space KVIT, Astri Styrkestad Haukaas’ expressive paintings draw their colors and tones from nature. For each series, Styrkestad Haukaas paints her subjective experience of the natural world – often painting the same space multiple times as she remembers it through different and changing times.
  • Daniel Fletcher: London-based painter Daniel Fletcher’s large abstract paintings and hand-drawn prints use contemporary color stories and authentic, expressive gestures.
  • Firoozeh Neman: Ojai-based artist Firoozeh Neman’s practice encompasses sculpture, drawing and painting. Neman lets the energy of the work guide her in her creation.
  • Tycjan Knut: London-based Knut’s large minimalist paintings have been exhibited widely across Europe and are widely known for their subtle use of color, tonal difference and abstraction.
  • Astrid Verhoef: Verhoef’s surreal photographs explore the complicated relationship between man and nature.
  • Brian Merriam: Merriam travels to the most remote regions of the world to capture rarely seen landscapes and celestial phenomena, including the Himalayas, the Northern Lights, lush Hawaiian jungles and total solar eclipses.
  • Ethan Caflisch: Based in London, Caflisch is known for his large geometric and minimalist paintings, figurative paintings and handmade textile works.

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