If you’re in need of a local art crush, let me introduce you to Holly Addi. Her oversized Danish-modern paintings boast clean, abstract splashes of peaceful color that add calm and beauty to any contemporary or traditional space. Take for example, Addi’s work gracing the walls of Karlie Kloss’s new offices. Bam!

Source: Photographed by Genevieve Garruppo for Homepolish

“Karlie Kloss went through Home Polish and Tina Rich Designs to design her new office in Soho,” says Addi. “They both work closely with my rep in New York, Uprise Art.  She loved the piece, she loves feminine colors, and the stars seemed to align.”

The local artist is definitely thriving (and not starving). Recognized by Architectural Digest and Vogue Australiaplus selling via Anthropologie and Selena & Lily, Addi is taking the modern, affordable art scene in Utah—and the world—to a new level.

But she’s not stopping there. “Arte Haus is doing great,” says Addi who co-owns the Salt Lake gallery/boutique Arte Haus Collectif with Heidi Jube. “We’re launching a sister company Collectif Rue which will offer corporate gifts.”

Source: Photographed by Genevieve Garruppo for Homepolish
Source: Photographed by Genevieve Garruppo for Homepolish

Looking for more Arte Haus Collectif design inspiration?

Arte Haus Collectif carries Addi’s most recent pieces, along with curated goods like chunky knit throws, Monokle candles, turkish towels and Mörkna clothing.

Addi and Jube offer these tips for minimalist parties here.

Or you can check out USD’s feature on Arte Haus Collectif here.

Source: Arte Haus Collectif
Source: Arte Hause Collectif

—Val Rasmussen

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