A new way to display precious artworks
Are you struggling to fill your bare walls with paintings that are meaningful to you and that looks good? Perhaps you feel intimidated by art galleries and their endless array of artwork and maybe the idea of actually committing to a painting fill you with trepidation. There is no reason to fear choosing artwork. In fact, if you take a look at these simple tips you may find that buying good art can become quite addictive. Choose an artwork that means something to you. Our best tip is to try to find a story to every piece of art that you own. That adds more personality to your art and if a friend asks you about the painting, you have an easier time telling why you love this particular piece so much. Before you order, don’t forget to measure the wall that you are hanging your canvas painting on to. That will guide you to finding the perfect size. Keep in mind that the bottom edge of the frame should be about 15 to 30 centimetres above the furniture, and that the painting shouldn’t feel to small for your wall. If you have a big wall, you don’t need to have just one solid piece, you can have a whole collection of smaller canvas paintings that will fill the wall. If you are buying a piece to fit into your existing décor, always make sure that the artwork will fit into your home's colour scheme. Or why not let a canvas print inspire to the room's colour scheme, material choices, and finishing touches. It will instantly elevate the room and make the painting look like the focal point. When going for a whole collection of paintings, our best tip is to display them by the same artists or choose art that has a similar style. In doing so you will create a sense of uniformity and cohesiveness. Let your Canvas Painting Create a Contrast If you want a painting to be the focal point of the room, create a clash. The easiest way to do this is with contrasting colours around the piece, or to use textures or contrasting styles of artwork that you display together. A centered canvas painting at eye-level gives the room a more professional and polished look. Art doesn't need to cost a fortune, a little know-how and a few extra tips along the way is all you need to create a room filled with rock-star art.
Great way to express yourself
Painting is actually the practice of applying paint, pigment, color or other medium to a solid surface. Application i usually with the use of brush, though other tools amy also be used such as knives, sponges, and airbrushes.
Painting is one of the important forms in the visual arts. These bring in elements such as drawing, gesture, composition, narration, or abstraction. Paintings can be naturalistic and representational, such as still life or landscape painting. Other forms are photographic, abstract, narrative, symbolistic, emotive, or political in nature.
Historically, paintings in both the East and West are dominated by religious art. Some depict mythological figures on pottery, to Biblical scenes Sistine Chapel ceiling, to scenes from the life of Buddha or other images of Eastern religious origin.