Posts Tagged ‘art by color’

Add Zen to Your Decor with Asian Art

March 18, 2015

The elements of Zen created thousands of years ago, emphasize the value of intuition and meditation. They understood that the depth of life was more important than seeking materialism of the world. Meditation is a practice that causes you to engage and reflect within yourself. Thousands of Westerners are turning to Zen and the act of meditation for relief and peace. Perhaps this is because the fast pace of the world today, or the sense of being unhappy with one’s inner soul. Asian art interacts with a growing self-awareness program. With the calming colors and earth related images, it helps with relaxation. If you are considering ways of decorating, consider Zen by decorating with Asian art. (more…)

Decorating Your Home Office with the Best in Modern Art

October 21, 2014

Whether you’re already a fan of the bold and unique perspective expressed by modern art, or just want a fresh new piece to add character to your current decor, adding this worthy asset to your decorative toolkit is an excellent way
to upgrade your visual landscape. (more…)

Green Art for Spring!

April 19, 2013

Everyone looks forward to spring and the world around us turning green again, and there is a bounty of green themed art for spring decorating this year.  To celebrate Earth Day, you might like some art from our Environmental Awareness collection, and if you just want a natural, earthy feel in your designs, then there is a wide selection of green art available in various shades of Olive, Hunter Green, bright Lime Green and many more.

Morning at the Cove I by Danny Head is a great landscape in many shades of green.

And Warmth II by Volk is a more modern image in green that complements contemporary home decor, as well as offices, waiting rooms and hotel lobbies.

You can browse many more images in popular shades of green at