Storm’s A Comin’ | $448

1. Soothing Beach Vibes

If you can look at Lauren’s pieces without feeling the salt air on your face and the sand between your toes, then you’re doing it wrong. Put one of these in your den or office for instant zen living.

2. Larger Than Life

Oversized art commands your attention. Have a beautiful mantle you want to show off? A modern sofa you want people to look at? At 24×36″ (unframed), “Storm’s A Comin” and “Sailor’s Delight” add a sense of space, open up a smaller interior and create a focal point with that WOW factor.

3. Limited Edition

Lauren doesn’t do a lot of limited edition pieces, making her two prints on RedDot even more special. Each one is available in an edition of 100, and when they sell out, that’s it!

4. Created for the home

Lauren’s photos can be found in home all over Nantucket, not to mention the mainland. That’s because her work is extremely accessible and her subject matter (seascapes) is a welcome entry point for new collectors. This aligns her perfectly with the RedDot ethos and makes her a welcomed addition to our roster.

Lauren at work

5. Never say no to neutrals

If you’re afraid to buy an oversized piece, rest easy: Lauren’s neutral palate is calming and while impactful, her photographs are never overwhelming.

6. Natural Abstraction

Lauren’s seascapes are actually a 2-for-1. Have you always wanted to collect abstract art but never knew how? Lauren’s compositions are found in nature but also create geometric shapes that are only amplified by her large print size.

Sailor’s Delight | $448

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Caitlin Carney is a San Diego-based visual designer and abstract painter. Following graduating from college and faced with a turbulent period in life she turned to art. Largely self taught, Caitlin advances through every added layer of paint – dedicating herself to the exploration of the medium. We sat down with her to talk inspo, dream dinner parties, and artist misconceptions.


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Philly-based artist Liz Harkins is best known for her treatment of landscapes and other figurative subjects as if they were portraits. Her practice of methodically layering elements of her drawings to the point of transformation has given new definition to her work. We sat down with Liz to talk about all things art and collecting, including advice for new collectors and her dream artist dinner guests.


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Lauren moved to Nantucket from New York City almost a decade ago and has been taking breathtaking beach photographs ever since.  We sat down with Lauren to talk about advice for new collectors, her fantasy dinner table and unorthodox artistic inspiration!



“Collect work that means something to you. Find work that resonates in your soul, that echoes your spark and feels like an extension of yourself. It will always speak to a part of you.”  We asked Ellen Sherman about artist and collector misconceptions, finding inspiration in video games, and how she has connected with collectors in the far corners of the globe.

E.H. Sherman in her studio with Vinyasa II    11×14 | Edition of 10 | $100

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