Like most things I put in my home, the art I select is particular. Sometimes my favorites are out of my price range, most of the time it has to accent the decor, but always – every time – it has to make me happy. I had been on the hunt for a dreamcatcher in an attempt to help with nightmares (it can’t help, right?!), but was consistently running into the problem that the ones I selected were too kitschy or clearly belonged in a room for a person that hadn’t reached the double digit age range.
One of my favorite pass times is navigating around Etsy to try and find unique items. When I found Ana Victoria Calderon, an artist out of Mexico, I practically jumped. First of all, her eye for precision and color amazed me, but it was her Woven Web Of Life Dreamcatcher $17 that made this discovery feel meant to be. I’m a firm believer that art can be outrageously expensive or free, but doesn’t really resonate with a person until they look at it and smile. This piece currently sits framed on my wall, right by my bed, and whether it’s magic or my naivety, I’m sleeping soundly.
‘Woven Web of Life Dreamcatcher’ feather’s series
Some of my other favorite’s from Ms. Calderon:
‘Foliage Dream’ dreams series
‘Help!’ the beatles series
‘Feathers’ feathers series
‘Black Mamba’ flora series
‘Dharma’ mandala series