My Cart

Brittany Smith Studio

Curated Gallery V

$350.00 USD

This print gallery includes one 7" x 5" print of Bloom no. 1, one 7" x 5" print of Floral fields no. 3, one 10" x 8" print of Blooms in Peach, one 8" x 10" print of Vignette I, one 8" x 10" print of Vignette VII and one 20" x 16" print of Field and Forest.  All prints are unframed but links to the frames pictured are available below. 

Giclée prints are printed on acid-free, Hahnemühle German Etching cotton paper for texture that looks and feels like an original. 

All prints are printed to order so please allow up to 2-3 weeks to process and ship your order. Once your order has shipped you will receive a confirmation email with tracking information. 


Shop frames pictured: 

5" x 7" vintage style gold frame

8" x 10" wood frame with mat for 5" x 7" print

8" x 10" simple wood frame

8" x 10" dark wood frame

11" x 14" gold frame with mat for 8" x 10 print

16" x 20" vintage style gold frame


About this curated gallery:

I've partnered with my friend Brittany Goodman of The Goodman House to offer you five curated print galleries. Brittany has done an incredible job putting these together and providing framing sources to make creating a collected and unique gallery wall as easy as possible.

About Brittany Goodman-

"I love to create thoughtful spaces that feel layered and authentic. My goal for our home is always to make it feel warm and welcoming. I do that by using warm colors, different textures, a mix of old and new furnishings, and also with art. I am passionate about surrounding ourselves with things that inspire us. Brittany’s artwork resonates with us and can be found all around our home both as individual pieces and the groupings that I put together. 
The great thing about these groupings is that there’s something for every space. We’ve displayed ours in bedrooms, kids’ rooms, hallways, and bathrooms. I think they could look great and bring joy and hope to any home."
You can learn more about Brittany Goodman and her inspiring home on Instagram at The Goodman House.
Images and Styling courtesy of Brittany Goodman.