Art in your home can be that power piece. Size, color, pattern and technique are the finishing factors in any art piece, for what can be the showstopper in any home. Whatever
Art is subjective
Art can be looked at in so many ways from an abstract piece to a piece that is true significance of a place, person or object. Any art in your home has to be something you love to see everyday. Color, pattern and technique can play a big part in how this is translated on canvas.
The Artist behind the art
My name is Liza Matthews. I am a contemporary abstract artist and have the good fortune of doing what I love everyday. Painting is such a wonderful way to express yourself but also to give a ‘pop’ to any environment. I love working with different interiors, as it gives me an opportunity to get to know a homeowner and their interior designer. The collaboration with finding that perfect piece to be showcased in a home.
I am inspired by my surroundings and the environment, daily. Color combinations and unusual techniques are always going through my mind. What would look well together? Where can I put in that element of surprise? So that viewers will wonder how that was done. I call myself a contemporary abstract artist and this gives me a free reign to do just about anything. Experts in Interior Design and art usually know what they are looking for when searching for that perfect piece for a client. It has to be a balance but also something that will complement all of the designs around the piece of art. I find my eye drawn to neutral furnishings with the ‘zing and pop’ from the art work. Your eye travels around a room until brought to one power piece in the room.
Please see more about me and my work on my website…www.
Thank you so much Liza for your post. Your work is simply gorgeous and would be a wonderful addition of art in your home.
Tips on Choosing Art In Your Home
Regardless on your preferred style of art work it should be something that inspires you. Your current interior surroundings should be considered as well. For example, choose art in your home that will go with the majority of colors in the space. Make sure size of the art is considered. A beautiful painting could look awkward in a space that is too large or small for the space.
Once you have chosen your art for your home, next is the perfect frame. If your art work is worth something either emotionally or financially choose a high quality framer for your art. If you are decorating your space and choosing something to just throw on your walls, then you can go inexpensively on frames.
Until next week… happy decorating!
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