Game-changing Wall Art

gamechangers

With summer around the corner, bold colors are calling. These breathtaking works of art shine brighter than the sun. Tips for turning up the volume with bold artwork: Statement pieces like these will dictate the atmosphere in any room. When choosing a statement piece, individual colors aren’t as important as the energy the piece creates. Pick a piece based on the feeling it gives the viewer. These five artworks will accentuate with any decor, from a neutral palette to dark colors or metallics.
 

1. Flute Player in Gold by Paul Wadsworth

Flute Player in Gold by Paul Wadsworth

47.5″ x 47.5″ framed. Oil and gold leaf on canvas.
 
This vibrant work is influenced by Wadsworth’s travels in India and the Middle East.


2. Genome No. 10 by Takashi Murakami

Genome No. 10 by Takashi Murakami

34.25″ x 26.75″. Offset lithograph.
 
The Japanese artist’s genome series distills his signature pop imagery into a skillful blend of street and fine art aesthetics.


3. Gulval Bouquet, Summer by Michael Strang

Gulval Bouquet, Summer by Michael Strang

29.5″ x 24.5″ framed. Oil on canvas.
 
These flowers were picked by the artist and painted in his studio, preserving them forever. The painting is a gift directly from the artist to the present owner.


4. New York City by Tom Christopher

New York City by Tom Christopher

30″ x 36″. Screeenprint.
 
This summer, Tom Christopher is working with art students from Escuela de Artes Plásticas y Diseño painting murals in Old San Juan, Puerto Rico.


5. Abstract Figure by Dorothy Brett

Abstract Figure by Dorthea Brett

35″ x 29″ framed. Mixed media.
 
Brett was born to a British aristocratic family, and was at London’s Slade School of Art with D.H. Lawrence, Virginia Woolf and George Bernard Shaw. She created this piece after moving to New Mexico with D.H. Lawrence and his wife, and taking inspiration from the American Southwestern color palette.