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Editors’ Selects: Six Transportive Art Pieces from Singulart

Our curation of compelling artworks for your home drawn from a range of styles and pricepoints

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For individuals who can spend hours pouring over art pieces to adorn their walls as well as those who want the process of decorating their home to be quick and easy, the online art gallery Singulart has become an unmatched resource. Representing an international roster of more than 12,000 artists and designers—who had to apply and be selected by Singulart’s France-based curatorial team—the destination offers paintings, sculptures, photographs and more at a range of prices. A suite of tools for discovery (including access to art advisors) and editorial curation (from what’s trending to interviews with artists) enables visitors to explore the site and build a connection with artworks. A frictionless acquisition process means a work makes its way to the buyer in only seven to 10 days.


Founded in 2017, Singulart has already established itself as an art market disruptor. To demonstrate the depth and breadth of their offerings, COOL HUNTING’s editorial team spent time parsing through the site’s abundance of inspiring art. The following six pieces underscore the fact that diversity (the artists on Singulart are from 110 different countries and 49% of them are women) and accessibility (prices start around $450) are key parts of the brand’s mission. Our picks are just a sliver of a vast site that aims to have something for anyone interested in buying art.

Inez Froehlich’s “A New Game” (2023)

From German artist Inez Froehlich (one of Singulart’s best selling artists), the abstract work “A New Game” ($4,280) is an acrylic painting on stretched canvas. Rich shades of blue complement coppery gilding to create a dreamlike, expressive scene. It measures 59.1 by 47.2 inches and arrives ready to hang.

Shelton Walsmith’s “Concentric” (2018)

It’s easy to get lost gazing upon “Concentric” ($450), an archival inkjet print of a new media collage from Brooklyn-based artist Shelton Walsmith. Even though it’s a static image, the implied movement acts as a magnet for attention. Measuring 10 by 10 inches, the astounding piece can be framed upon request for an additional cost.

Sumit Mehndiratta’s “Egyptian vase of spring” (2023)

From India-based, multidisciplinary artist Sumit Mehndiratta, the”Egyptian vase of spring” ($2,020) is crafted from ceramic and adorned with an artistic rendition of a tree painted in acrylic over the round vessel. The enchanting sculpture rises 17 inches.

Rikki Kasso’s “Sleep Study #03” (2019)

A minimal acrylic on paper artwork, “Sleep Study #03” ($2,190) depicts a serene figure gently entangled in bedding. The artist, US-based painter and photographer Rikki Kasso, has already exhibited internationally to much acclaim. This figurative work measures 47.6 by 36 inches and can be framed by request for an additional fee.

Sylvia Paul’s “Walking Through Tokyo” (2016)

With “Walking Through Tokyo” ($1,400), UK-based artist Sylvia Paul uses acrylic paint and collage work to convey the sensation of strolling across the Japanese city. For the reverent mixed-media work’s collaging, Paul utilizes traditional decorative origami papers she collected on research trips to Tokyo. As it’s on canvas, stretched across a wooden frame, the 19.7 by 15.7 inch piece arrives ready to be mounted on a wall.

Marius van Niekerk’s “Urban Conversations- Conversations with Shadows 4” (2022)

Sweden-based, South Africa-born photographer, filmmaker and activist Marius van Neikerk‘s “Urban Conversations- Conversations with Shadows 4” ($3,560) provides an abstract vision of light, shadows, shapes and figures. The mesmerizing digital photograph on paper is limited to an edition of ten. It measures 45.3 by 68 inches and can be framed upon request for an additional cost.

Visit Singulart to get inspired, find an art work for your home or office, or to surprise a loved one with a gift that keeps giving.

Images courtesy of Singulart

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