Bring Inspiration to your Home with Abstract Landscape Canvas Artwork
Need to Brighten Up a Large Wall in your Home?
Everyone has one room in their house that just feels a little incomplete. For example mine at the moment is my living room. There's a big wall next to a glass window that just feels like a big blank each time I look at it. I kept imagining what it needed and then it hit me. It needs one of my oversized abstract canvas prints...and more precisely it needs an abstract landscape print.
Why Abstract Landscapes Canvas Artwork is so Compelling?
The reason that abstract landscape canvas artwork so compelling in my opinion is that they aren't your grandmother's landscape. They don't look like you could have bought them at a yard sale back in the 1960s. Abstract landscapes and in particular abstract landscape canvas prints have a modern sleek quality to them that just makes a home feel updated and fresh.
Why you ask? Because the landscape represented isn't literal. It's not actually a place, it's more of an imagining. It's the idea of what a landscape could look like in a dream or a vision....and it allows you to think beyond the literal. For example, a realistic landscape of say a field makes you feel like you could go to that field or maybe allows you a few moments of reflection about a field from your past. However, an abstract landscape takes you to a world of dreams and ideas....to places where anything is possible and can come in any color. You're not bound by convention or what has been...but rather you're inspired by the realm of possibility.
In addition, the fact that they're canvas prints means that they don't have a frame but rather the image is also printed on the edges giving them a slight three dimensional quality and the feeling that they're somehow connected to the wall.
How I Created my Abstract Landscape Canvas Artwork
Like my other abstract canvas prints, my abstract landscapes are photographs of ceramic glazes. However, when I was creating the wall art that I would later photograph to make them, I thought about how lines of glazes would look going across the pieces. I picked several glazes that I knew would complete each other and would create beautiful pastel shades and I used an ear dropper to 'paint' each color onto the ceramic pieces, ensuring that they were close enough to the next line that they would run together and make interesting patterns. I hope you like the result.
Then when I photographed them I made sure that I shot them so that the continuity of the lines continued across both the rectangle print versions and the square print versions. In particular, I wanted canvas prints that celebrates line patterns and pastel colors.
How to Find out More
To find more tips on decorating spaces with abstract canvas prints, visit my blog post called Tips on Decorating your Home with Unique Modern Wall Art.
To see the entire selection of Maggie Minor Design canvas prints in a variety of sizes, click here.
Please feel free to contact me directly with any questions. I am happy to help.