New year, new blue! Today, we’re here to dive into the bright and vibrant Pantone color of the year: Classic Blue. We have to admit: we’re big fans. The color blue has naturally calming properties already, and this shade is especially serene. This post will highlight some of our favorite blue art, and try to convince you to flood your home with more blue this year!
You may have big expectations for 2020, and we do, too! But let’s pause for a moment at the end of this year… and at the end of this decade… to remember the incredible things that have happened in 2019. And since we love going above and beyond (artistically speaking), we’ll even suggest some art pieces to remember them, too! So come with us and dive into the not-too-distant past to remember some of the biggest moments of the year 2019.
The Green Monday sale is underway in the FramedArt.com gallery! This means extra low prices that you can take advantage of without even leaving the couch. We love talking about environmentally friendly green initiatives, but you know what else we love? Green. Like, the color. As far as we’re concerned, green is one of the most underrated shades, and we’re going to tell you why.
When it comes to Holiday Art this season, we are 100% all-in. During some of the other holiday seasons, we can get on board with the more subtle, less on-the-nose decoration ideas. But when the end of the year rolls around, it’s time for a complete art makeover. We believe in investing in holiday framed art, and we’re going to tell you why.
Framed art pieces deliver more than just a checkmark off your holiday gift list. This year, give your favorite people the gift of emotion. Framed Art possesses the ability to evoke so many different emotions. What’s better (or more memorable) than an emotional gift? Let us help you take the stress out of holiday giving!
Holiday decor always presents a unique challenge. How do you decorate for a holiday in a way that you don’t have to re-decorate the morning after? Holloween art can be especially tricky, since the art of the holiday is often so on-the-nose. But rather than hanging framed photos of haunted houses and skeletons, there’s a more subtle way to decorate for Halloween. Here are some great framed art pieces that you can leave up all year round.
Panoramic images capture a perspective unlike any other! They also fill spaces in your home that other framed art just can’t fill. We love panoramic images because of their unique dimensions. And though sometimes it’s hard to find the perfect frame for the uncommon panoramic size, FramedArt.com has you covered with a variety of frame options! Let’s take a look at some of our favorite panoramic images, and talk about the perfect location to hang.
It’s called still life art… but there’s more under the surface than you may think! People love still life art because of the depth and maturity its presence brings to any room. In this post, we’ll explore pieces on all sides of the spectrum of still life art, and talk about the artistic methods that bring these prints to life.
When most people think of watercolor art, pastel renderings of dated floral patterns flood their minds. But modern artists present an edgier side to watercolor, and it can be a great addition to any room. This blog post will broaden your previous notions of what watercolor can be.
At a point in our not-to-distant past, the term ‘unique art’ stood as a redundancy. What was art, if not a one-of-a-kind creation? From paintings to sculpture to photography, artists created unique pieces, viewed and bought by others. But today, in a world of prints, copies, and copycats, it’s harder to find art that is truly unique. Now, don’t get us wrong, re-printing provides an amazing opportunity for the famous works of historical artists to be viewed in homes around the world. But when you’re looking for something new, a piece your guests have never seen before, it makes your job a little harder.
Unique art prints come from a variety of places. You may be looking for a print by a mostly-unknown artist, or a lesser-known work of an artist you have admired your whole life. We picked out our favorite rare, strange, and unknown pieces to showcase to you in this post… and we encourage you to dig for others we didn’t even think of!