My home's art has themes of sex, drugs, and rock 'n' roll: is that okay if I have a child?

I love the artwork in my home, and I've never given a second thought to the themes of sex, drugs, and rock and roll in my collection until having a child. Now that my husband and I have welcomed a little one into the world, I give more pause to the content of our collection and future art purchases.

Will the large print of Brigitte Bardot with a cigarette carelessly dangling from her mouth make my son more likely to take up smoking? Could the Mcbess drawings of scantily-clad ladies lead him to objectify women?

Art with a cause: political art to strengthen your space

A whole bunch of us are embracing the idea that it's time to stop being silent about the politics and causes for which we care deeply, especially when it comes to affecting change among our own small communities. This means we're getting less shy about advocating for our causes publically, including in our own homes. I've compiled a big set of art prints and decor that you can use to celebrate and share your strong feels about our current world.

How to make art when you're "not an artist"

Saint Bob Ross once said, “If you don’t think you can do this — you’re not realizing how simple it is.” That's how he wanted us to look at making art. And it's true. Whether it's painting, knitting, building furniture, writing music, telling stories… the creative process is easy, and so so hard.

Here's how you can fight the fear and start making art…