HGTV's David Bromstad Releases Art Collection with Penny Lane Publishing

NEW CARLISLE, Ohio-David Bromstad, the designer, artist and host of HGTV's Color Splash, has launched his first wall decor collection, which includes both new pieces and those created for his HGTV show. Available through Penny Lane Publishing, the initial group includes printed canvas giclees and is available on Penny Lane's website to consumers. The line is available to retailers and wholesalers as paper prints as well as printed canvas, and they can contact the company for pricing. Later this year, framed prints will be available at retailers nationwide.

"It has always been my dream to bring my art into homes," said Bromstad. "Since the series started airing on HGTV, the most frequent question I receive from fans is, 'How can I get a piece of your artwork?' Through this partnership, I'll be able to make my paintings available to fans, so I couldn't be more thrilled to see this happening."

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