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Australian Artist, Karen Harding Launches Boho Art Collection

      

(YorkPedia Editorial):- Los Angeles, California Dec 19, 2022 (Issuewire.com) – Melbourne, Australia-based artist, Karen Harding shares, for the first time in the public eye, the launch of her boho art collection. The public can now view and purchase unique and original prints via her Etsy store, Kaz Harding Art.

“I am so excited to be able to share this collection with the world for the first time. Art has always been a passion and a form of therapy for me, and my hope is that my art can trigger something truly special for others” Karen Harding

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Created through mixed media, Karen first paints her art on canvas, converts the image into digital form, and works with the image using a series of artistic software to bring the image to life as a digital work of art.

Inspiration comes from many different places, for Karen, however, throughout her art, you will find themes of searching for a sense of freedom and an infusion of her passion for music. Karen Harding is also a singer-songwriter and sees art and creativity as a part of her exploratory journey as a whole.

“There is something so magical about taking the time to be creative, whether that be through art, through music, or the choices you make each day. I am so grateful to be able to spend a big part of my life sharing my creativity with the world.” Karen Harding

Karen Harding is a visual mixed media artist based in Melbourne, Australia, who has a desire to ignite feelings of freedom, empowerment, and a love of creativity in all viewers, through her works of art.

Whether you are looking for an image to hang in your loungeroom, bedroom, or office, the launch of the Kaz Harding Art Etsy store is an opportunity for you to create a feeling of home, in your space.

Karen Harding looks forward to sharing the inspiration, yet to come and to developing connections with those who are inspired by her art.

Links:

Etsy Shop | Instagram

Source :Karen Harding

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