All About the Self-Evolution Flag Collection

The Self-Evolution Flags are a collection of hand-painted customizable works of art that have an empowering message; by tapping into your inherent creativity (and we are ALL creative) you can find inner joy and peace. Expressing your unique creativity might involve spending time in your garden, making a special meal, or connecting like-minded friends to one another.

My intention is that the flags serve not only as large wall tapestries that bring a fresh and contemporary vibe to your space, but they also serve as a gentle reminder to indulge in and share your unique creative gifts.

3 Ways to Display your Flag.

Hang horizontally or vertically, but treat the flags as you would any fine art. Hang on an interior wall. *Not for outdoor use.

Go Simple. Place a black screw through both top corner grommets and call it a day.

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Go Nautical. Tie a rope thru both top corner grommets and anchor the rope with a screw at the top to form a triangle.

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Go Elegant. Get a cool drapery rod and then tie some ribbon, rope, or chain through all of the top grommets.

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Did you know you can customize your own flag?

It's is fun and easy and doesn't cost extra.

Did you know that these are original one-of-a-kind paintings?

My flags are not reproductions of paintings, nor did I source pre-made fabric and sew them together. All of the colors you see (solid stripes and abstract art) are hand-painted, then appliqued onto a white canvas background. So each flag is a true work of art, made with love and creativity.

 After I complete the large abstract painting, I remove it from the stretcher bars and rip it up into stripes and corner triangles. I then make a second painting with 2 solid colored stripes to compliment the abstract painting. When all of the pieces are ready, I have my professional sewer put it all together.

After I complete the large abstract painting, I remove it from the stretcher bars and rip it up into stripes and corner triangles. I then make a second painting with 2 solid colored stripes to compliment the abstract painting. When all of the pieces are ready, I have my professional sewer put it all together.

Do you have a question or special request?

Simply email me: carolyn at carolynmackin.com