When we discovered the work of British decorative artist Louis Mead, we couldn’t wait to share with you some hand-picked pieces from her store. Louise works from her home studio in Berkshire in the UK and It’s fair to say that her artworks are refreshingly colourful.
Painting on canvas for a wide variety of uses – wall art, cards, tote bags, phone/iPad cases, cushions, journals and even kitchen chopping boards, Louise has certainly found a niche in the market. We hand-picked 3 products from her online store, which we recommend you go check out. It’s also a great idea to support independent artists, and If you’re not purchasing anything, please do share either this post or links to Louise’s store with your friends and social media followers (you will find her details at the bottom of this post).
Still Night Tree Journal:
Apart from the stunning artwork on the cover, what is amazing about these journals is that they are refillable, so you get to use it over and over again. Produced from vegan leather, Louise Mead’s journals are of very high spec with round corners, pouches for cards and collectables and finished with detailed stitching on the outside.
The journal comes with a dot-squared notebook, which you can refill with a large Moleskine kraft cahier or standard Midori Traveler’s notebook. An amazing personal gift.
Lovebirds Canvas Tote Bag:
We just love this dreamy painting of two love birds with vibrant hues, perched on a branch together. With more and more people abandoning plastic when shopping it makes complete sense to buy a unique tote like this. The durable poly-canvas with strong straps will keep your groceries safe and it’s machine washable.
Yellow & Grey Tree Canvas Print:
Who doesn’t love wall art? And for those who have opted for minimalist tones at home, nothing will complement a room like a Louise Mead wall print. With many to choose from, we selected this vibrant yellow canvas, stretched over wooden stretcher bars and arrives ready to hang.
“Colour is very important in my work, and I use it to create finished pieces that are vivid, positive, and uplifting. It is important to me that my work is accessible, and brings a little joy and life to the people who see it.”