Jennifer Perlmutter Gallery is excited to bring this exclusive line to you! Shannon Kaye, a multi-talented artist, designer, TV producer and host, has created original artwork that now graces pillows, furniture and table linens.

These pillows are as plush and comfy as it gets! The final product is so soft and plush. Nothing like a printed pillow from a big box store. These are LUXE.

Available in the gallery for a limited time. We hope you will come in and grab one for your home.

22 x 22 , $298   20 x 16 $200

“Everything I do stems from my paintings, which explore domestic themes and motifs using wherever possible, salvaged and sustainable materials commonly used to build, maintain and decorate homes as a component of the overall design. My pillows are part of a growing and evolving list of home goods and furnishings called Plein Heir, whose designs are based on my paintings. They are printed and sewn locally on high quality linen and filled with plush, renewable kapok inserts that are sourced domestically. Kapok is a plant that’s plusher than goose down, has natural hypoallergenic properties, and grows quickly, so it’s a better, kinder material than traditional pillow insert options.

My career and art have always been focused on domestic environments and blurring the lines between art and design. When I’m not in my studio painting, I’m a host for Southern Living Magazine on, I produce aspirational color and design videos for clients such as Kelly- Moore Paints, I lead workshops called HUE: Color Theory at Home, and serve private residential clients with color and interiors projects. My work has been commissioned by groups like Pottery Barn and Carlos Santana Sound Management and featured in Anthology magazine and San Francisco’s Decorator Showcase House entry with prominent designer, Candace Barnes. I can never spend enough time painting, but these other outlets bring rich collaborations and inspirational experiences that I cherish.”

Original Art by Shannon with her printed pillows

Original Art by Shannon with her printed pillows