It's really about complimenting an individuals "Interior Space" that makes wall art compelling and desirable. If you think about it... what you hang on your walls carries a significant amount of importance in helping to complete an interior space design and decor. Art choices establish personal style and give any space a finishing touch.
I have recently spent time looking at the pieces of my heART in their new forever homes and it's actually very exciting as an artist to see my work loved and cherished by so many. I am grateful everyday that I have pursued my incredible love of paint to this magnitude and I am finally dreaming about what I want to explore next as the possibilities are simply endless.
I wanted to share with you several of the spaces and interior designs that I have been fortunate to be a part of. The first three frames are a beautiful set of photographs posted by an wonderful Boutique Event and Tablescape Designer, Sybil Stutts Event Styling in San Mateo, California
http://www.sybilstuttseventstyling.com/ These photos feature "Hug and a Kiss" 16x20 acrylic on canvas. The Designer used this piece both framed and unframed to show examples of interior styling. The black and white contemporary brush strokes on this painting are very complimentary to her sense of design.
Following you can see several other examples of how art was used in different settings to enhance the look and personal style of each room.
I often like to recommend thinking from another perspective when decorating a space. Some advice I like to give is to maybe leave the paint chips behind and focus on searching for wall art instead. Once you find a painting or wall hanging that you absolutely love, you can use that piece as the inspiration for your your room’s eventual color palette.
Always in my heART!