Favorite Prints

Many of the daily watercolors and drawings created by Elena Sandovici and featured on Have Watercolors Will Travel are available as prints and products through Society6. Check them out here! Because there are so many, here’s a curated special collection of favorites just for you. These are the most popular ones:

By far my most popular watercolor is this image of Houston painted during Hurricane Harvey, which was featured in The Leader. You can have this printed on a T-shirt or as a print or other products: https://society6.com/product/houston-rain_print?curator=elenasandovici
While the original Matilda painting (featured in the Houston Chronicle) at 56×56 inches might be a bit of a commitment, you can enjoy this happy carousel horse as a print or on a variety of different products, including stickers!
Anothes Sandovici favorite is this watercolor of the Hotel Monteleone in New Orleans. While the original sold years ago, prints of this painting are very very popular.
If you’ve been to Sandovici Gallery you know that this print of my favorite drawing of Holly, the Boston Terrier is amazing! Also, I myself bought this as a shower curtain and it’s my favorite thing in my home.
Speaking of favorites, I cannot recommend the Alexander Ross Carousel horse prints enough. Also, I have personally ordered throw pillows with this design and absolutely adore them! My dream is also to one day have this wallpaper. Isn’t it awesome?
Another favorite print design is this margarita.
This octopus print is also a star!

For more of my personal recommendations in terms of prints, check out my All Stars Collection on Society6. Or, for even more options, you can browse through my entire print store! Of course, remember that original art is also an option, so if you truly love something, please reach out and ask if I still have it. My email is elenasandovici@gmail.com.

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