Black artists that will inspire landscape art installations for you, right at home

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Today, I took out the surveyor mind and got to meet new art! Yes, all online. It's rainy in South Carolina and the pandemic is still here. So let's spread some light on Black artists!


After tuning in to Black Art in the Absence of Light last week on HBOmax, moved is an understatement. In my instagram post at the start of Black History Month, I shared an image of a painting by Romare Bearden, who I studied in an elective class in college, because of his honest depictions of the interiors and decorative arts during his time. Honestly, I had to go back to my old transcript today to reflect on how much my art and architecture history meant to me!


As a designer, I am always moved by such incredible talent and the environments that they display. Here are some artists that are sure to take you away and bring the outside into your homes as they shine a light on rural and urban landscapes. One thing about meeting new art for me is that when you get into the painting, you feel like you have met the artist!...and these do just that.



Richard Mayhew





Jordan Casteel





Faith Ringgold




Jermaine Gibbs





meet T. Nicole

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Hi! I'm T. Nicole a.k.a Designhangover, I'm a city girl who met country scenes early and fell in love with it.  I'm a sweet mix between city, country, and town living.  I've lived in Augusta, GA, Washington D.C. and currently a small rural area in South Carolina. I studied Interior Design and Architecture at my dream college.  Now I'm happy to be back between Georgia and Carolina with my family!

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