Close up details of my new series of abstract paintings based on nature at the microscopic level. Cell structure provides the theme of these bold, colorful, intriguing pieces.
They look fantastic group together as three squares horizontally across a living room wall, framed and matted in a conference room or waiting area, or grouped as four squares. Many of the pieces in this modern collection of abstracts are square which makes displaying multiple pieces easy.
These images also work great as throw pillows and totes which are also available. Nothing wakes up a white leather sofa like a bold, colorful modern pattern like in this series of abstract paintings.
To begin with a neutral palette, like a creamy sofa and rug ensemble, we can see that the series of swatches across the canvass picks up not only the paler hues, but works through the spectrum to tie in every shade right through to the black accent cushions. Of course, your wall art doesn’t have to appear as a spectrum, but look for pieces that work all the way though your color story, from light to dark.
I like looking at modern art on the walls in museums, but I love it on the walls of a home even more.
Contemporary art is the art of our times and the art that reflects who we are individually and as a society. It engages the eye and the mind and can open doors and windows to places as remote as Kyoto or as close as Brooklyn. It should not be difficult to live with such an engaging and interesting form of expression, and yet, as an interior designer and a collector myself, I see that not enough people are enjoying the opportunity to live with art.