Our founder Tze Chun lists her favorite art ideas so you can be "that" wedding guest - the one with the best gift. From art objects by IN.SEK to colorful paintings by Molly Dilworth, these pieces are sure to become treasures in the happy couple's home.
It’s remarkable to think of the journey of building a life together, and all the little decisions along the way. Ben Skinner’s cheeky Kiss Me Flow Chart series offers many choices, and not all of them bad.
Be there with bells on. Show up on the dance floor and remind them that life’s a party. Dana Bell’s debossed relief prints highlight various relationships between people, from the joyous to the contemplative.
A contemporary take on the traditional keepsake box. This container by IN.SEK is one-of-a-kind and made from hand-poured concrete, crushed stone, and quartz with a solid teak lid.
Inspired by embroidery samplers, Kayla Plosz Antiel's Ultramarine Sampler series offers a new perspective on tradition, craft, and the act of making something new in the home.
Bask in the beauty of the female form with these thoughtfully composed works by Australian artist Caroline Walls.
The key to any marriage. Erin Zhao’s Kindness series layers hand-sewn film and printed ink.
With an almost painfully poignant efficiency, artist Jessica Sinks creates narrative and allegorical compositions with clean collaged shapes.
Nod to the future of the lucky couple with Giulia Palombino’s Looking Forward.
Inka Bell’s geometric abstract pieces are precious presents for the most discerning design-minded couple.
Rebeca Raney’s Protectors are made to protect. As a gift, they show that you serve as a support for the couple, now and always.
Lydia Bassis’ Catch explores feelings and experiences that we can’t describe with words.
A picture is worth a thousand words, and Kate Roebuck's Worth a Lot conveys the open-ended story of how we move and live within our worlds.
This twelve card deck is hand-printed by Langdon Graves and allows the couple to interact and tell stories through the ritual of card-reading.
Love is complex and beautifully layered. This piece by Xochi Solis celebrates the artist’s heritage, the process of discovery, and the complexities of identity.
The future is bright. Molly Dilworth’s bold colorful works have a rich textured surface, the result of gouache, acrylic paint, and pencil.
When in doubt, our advisors are here to help. Each Uprise Art Gift Card arrives with complimentary art advisory so that the couple can find their perfect artwork.
Cheers to this season's celebrations,
Opening photographs by Kate Ignatowski.
Xochi SolisAustin, TXXochi creates her work through the repeated act of layering paint, hand-dyed paper, vinyl, found images, and other materials; each piece is a meditation on color, texture, and shape all leading to a greater awareness of the visual intricacies found in her immediate environment, both natural and cultural.View Artist