Today, in solidarity of my fellow women on the move — these women in particular are on the up and up — I’ve partnered up with a baller company called Outside the Box Fine Art to bring y’all an awesome giveaway. Outside the Box Fine Art is a brilliantly designed service that makes collecting fine art interactive and accessible. I loveeee going to museums and looking at art, but I can
embarrassingly honestly say that I’ve never been inside an art gallery. Actually I take that back. I went in one once with my parents when I was little in Charleston. Booyah I’m cultured.
But I digress. The way Outside the Box Fine Art works is you join the membership, pay a yearly fee, and receive one piece of custom fine art each month. The pieces range from oil paintings to prints to sculptures, and vary in shape and size as well. As you may have guessed, this month’s Investment Piece of the Month is art. Something you will have forever, if you find yourself in the financial position to afford a piece of fine art, make sure it’s legit. Collecting beautiful pieces of art over time is so much fun — every piece comes with a story and a memory, and you can pass the pieces on to your children. If those lil ankle bitters are lucky.
How cute are they!? Founders Mary Hull Palmer (left) and Molly McDowell (right) pose in celebration of their straight brill idea. Brill is short for brilliant. Get with it.
The art is sourced from 10 Southern artists who work year-round to create unique pieces of art for OTB members.
And now for the part you’ve all been waiting for… the FREE STUFF! Enter the raffle below to get a chance to win a free Solar Etching on Paper created by Tom Nakashima (shown above, love those glasses boo) titled “Devil Came Down to GA.” And no the painting wasn’t named after me and my move to the peach state. The etching was created in 2014 and is worth $200! We so fancy.
Such a cool piece of art. Enter the raffle below to become its lucky owner!
**The post was sponsored by Outside the Box Fine Art, but all ideas, writing, etc.etc. is my own.