Ellen Forbes Abstract 2 – Mixed Media on Canvas 36 x 72
Art expresses our personal taste or style
Art can be the perfect way to express who you are. Choosing to display artwork in your home has the power to transform your home into an original space, one that reflects your personality and taste, regardless of style, era or medium. Meeting our needs, expressing our character and enriching our lives, our homes often require personal reflection and thoughtful layout especially in rooms where we spend a large amount of time.
Enhances our environment by setting the mood & atmosphere of a room or home
One of the basic principles of interior design is that every room needs a focal point or a single design element that will instantly draw the eye into the space and allow for a sense of what to expect.
By adding a distinctive painting or a sculpture to any room or entryway within your home, you can
create an engaging and personalized focal point that changes the whole atmosphere or environment of a room.
Dinesh Boaz Intergalactic – Aerial photography archival print face-mounted on plexiglass Kona Hawaii 40 x 60
Creates space illusions
Art in the home can create the illusion of space. If you want a room in your home to look or feel larger than it really is, either when you have just purchased your first home or condo or about to place it on the market, bright and vibrant colors like turquoise and yellows or images with compositions that pull the viewer into deep horizons, landscapes or even aerial visual perspectives, can add an intriguing sense of space to any interior.
Pier Toffoletti Body Splash 5 -Oil on Canvas 39 x 47
True conversation starters, artwork in the home can tell a story, transcending beyond mere visual or formal languages to engage a viewer with layers of contextual or symbolic meaning. If you enjoy a piece enough to hang it on your wall, it can be the ideal starting point for discussion about who you are as an individual exceeding traditional, historical, cultural backgrounds or languages. Artwork that catches the eye of guests can undoubtedly arouse questions about where you purchased it, who the artist is, what attracted you to it or whether it was a commission.