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Episode 442: TWYLA + Clarissa Hulsey-Bailey


Welcome to our new monthly podcast series focused on the World of Art and featuring our sponsoring partner TWYLA.

Ready to get excited about art and TWYLA?  Click on this link and register for a $700.00 shopping credit good toward the purchase of any piece of framed art from www.TWYLA.com.  Contest registration is open 16 May through midnight 21 May with the winner being announced via social media on Monday 22 May.


Buying art shouldn’t feel intimidating.

You don’t need to know anything about art to love art – even though some places make you feel that way. At Twyla, we make it possible for everyone to directly access exclusive artwork from the most talked about artists in the game.

We find the best artists and then take damn good care of them. They are the reason why we exist, so it’s only right. We’re dedicated to paying our artists fairly and making sure they have what they need to be the creatives they are.  Twyla has partnered with over 70 top contemporary artists, and counting. Each artist is personally selected by our team of curators for their unique body of work.

Check out TWYLA’s Website here

Clarissa Hulsey-Bailey

Clarissa Hulsey-Bailey is an Austin, TX-based designer who focuses on both residential and commercial interiors with an eclectic, cultured and modern aesthetic and whose work has been featured on HGTV. Her projects include the SXSW Headquarters and Nannie Inez boutique, as well as many high-end residential properties in the Central Austin area. She also currently serves as an interior design consultant at Twyla, an online platform to discover museum-quality limited edition prints, where she is responsible for developing and advocating for the Twyla trade program. She graduated with an Interior Design and Art History degree from the University of Texas at Austin.

Here’s a look at TWYLA’s Global Minimalism Trend as rendered by Tom Hancock:

Global minimalism trend_rendering by Tom Hancocks







Here’s a shot of TWLA at DIFFA:

DIFFA booth

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