Sebastian Foster: Gallerist for the Digital Age

Buying things online makes our lives easier almost all of the time. But buying contemporary art online? As an Art History & Criticism major and former Chelsea gallerina, I used to disdain the idea. Sebastian Foster’s print gallery completely changed that. I fell in love with Bask by Tiel Duncan when I saw it on Design Milk back in December. It’s now hanging in my kitchen, and I just hung Nest 1 by Britt Bass Turner in my soon-to-be-shared rehabbed studio space. The prints arrived in lusciously rich colors on thick high quality rag paper. Although original paintings by these artists are four to five figure investments, most of the prints go for under $75 in standard easy-to-frame sizes. Feels like a huge improvement over the meh event posters I replaced, and compared to anything similarly priced from a big home decor retailer, they have so much more soul.

Sharing my favorites, but there are dozens to chose from. –Kristen
1/ Bask by Tiel Duncan  2/ Nest 1 by Britt Bass Turner  3/ Thermally Induced by Methane Studios  4/ From afar by Lisa Golightly  5/ Green House by Jeremy Miranda  6/ 213212 by Susan Logoreci  7/ Wagon by Jessica Brilli  8/ Waiting #71 by Brett Amory  9/ On deck by Leah Giberson

SHOP | Kitchen Wares

In the last five years I have moved seven times and called at least nine places home. Each time I uproot myself is more rewarding and each new space more inspiring than the last. I’ve always kept my belongings to an intentional minimum and then all at once a nesting instinct kicked in. Perhaps it’s falling in love with my new home, but then maybe it’s just the cold…

Kitchen wares for the nesting girl.

Griddle | Berry basket | French press | Muffin tin | Cookbook | Candlestick | Mixing bowls | Cutting board | Jars