Selecting Art Work for a Visual and Emotional Harmony

I often find that people may select art work solely based on their color story and what may “match”, rather than looking into the meaning and/or feelings that are being captured by the piece. I have decided to show you how to not only select pieces of art work that read cohesive, but also set the correct mood, which in time is the most important quality that artwork possesses.

Julia Gilmore

If you are one lucky enough to have space in your closet for art work, then this piece is for you! This painting is spontaneously spunky and vibrant. All of the bright colors will trigger your creativity which is key; definitely one that will inspire you while selecting your attire!

Julia Gilmore

Looking for a piece to go in your bar area? Here is another painting done by Julia Gilmore. Her artistic style is so distinct in its energetic, fresh young feel. This piece would definitely be a conversation starter for any cocktail party or gathering area. The hints of red and yellow are stimulating colors which trigger your appetite; perfect for any eating area as well!

Kelvin Henderson

Here is an abstract piece that was done by artist Kelvin Henderson. To me, this has an incredibly entertaining and inviting vibe. Between the bright joyful colors and the abstracted movements of the brush strokes, this painting exudes so much energy and life. This party scene would be the perfect piece to create a welcoming environment for all of your guests.

Edward Loedding

Is this a painting or photograph? All of these pieces done by artist Edward Loedding are incredibly peaceful and magnificently detailed. A huge trend that has been hitting the design world is grays; these would create a serene environment in any gray interior. I would love to see this hung in my bedroom; at first sight it would automatically bring relaxation. Did you figure out that it really is a painting??

Kate Childs

Here is another piece that would be perfect in any space to evoke a mysterious and soothing setting, to achieve relaxation. There is a calming and serene feeling that is being captured in this piece.

I hope that through this, you have not only been amazed by these works of art along with the talent of the artists, but are now able to look at art in new and meaningful ways.

If you would like to look at interiors for inspiration on how to incorporate artwork into spaces, you can view my work here. And remember like Always, “It’s all in the Details.”

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Julia Gilmore

Kelvin Henderson

Edward Loedding

Kate Childs

 


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