Minimalist home décor and dramatic pieces of artwork are a match made in heaven.
Paring cool coloured walls with striking, colourful and emotive artwork adds a sense of drama and really draws the eye to the piece, so it’s no surprise that those with a love of simple lines and neutral colour schemes around the home are opting for something a little more energetic to adorn their walls.
Here’s our top picks from up and coming new artists that add a dramatic focal point for any room in the house:
Cabaret by Caroline Ashwood
A large and colourful abstract piece, Cabaret by Yorkshire-born artist Caroline Ashwood is a celebration of the colourful and exciting costumes worn by cabaret artists and helps inject pops of vibrant colour into any space.
Created on cotton canvas using acrylic, this abstract expressionist work is filled with texture that exudes energy over every inch and is delivered ready to hang in the space of your choosing.
Grey Seascape by Irini Karpikioti
What could be more dramatic than a tumulus seascape of crashing waves and foaming waters? The raw power of the ocean has been beautifully captured by artist Irini Karpikioti, who’s new grey seascape piece uses the natural world to create a dramatic topic for homes that prefer more muted tones in their artwork but still want to use their new piece to grab the attention of visitors.
Fluid acrylic techniques have been used to create this artwork, and once delivered is ready to hang for a stunning addition to your home or office décor.
London Cityscape Abstract 643 by Eraclis Artistidou
Fans of imposing cityscapes and skylines with an abstract style will love the colourful and engaging London Cityscape Abstract 643 by artist Eraclis Artistidou.
Using an array of hues to set his scene, it is the detail of well-known London landmarks that make this particular piece one that you can spend hours just looking at thanks to textured painting with a unique dimensional quality.
A unique combination of old against the new buildings, varying textures and differing levels colours and tones adds another level of interest to the piece where these factors play against each other to produce an interesting and amazing skyline view of London city.
Created on stretched canvas using acrylic paint, this is an ideal piece for those with a love of the city and eye-catching artistry.