In school, I took just about every art history course I really could fit into my program and, consequently, I discovered a lot about what I do – and do not – enjoy to look at. Unlike a lot of other folks (including my family members), my taste runs powerful for modern artwork over conventional.
I am attracted to something summary, something nonrepresentational, whatever looks like it wants a paragraph-lengthy explanation in regards to the artist’s goals. I devote all my energy defending it when my father turns his nose up at minimalism.
I enjoy looking at modern artwork on the walls in museums, but I really like it on the walls of a house a lot more. Here are a few great rooms that place modern artwork at their centres:
This white and black painting reminds me s O significantly of Franz Kline. I really like the smudgy appearance of the daring simplicity of teh piece as well as the lines.
So a lot of people despise minimalism (my father included) – which makes placing it in your front room a fairly daring assertion. I really like how that they work with the whitespace as well as this matte colours.
Ah, summary expressionism. Emotions and hissy fits on canvas. This wall- painting is sensational and amazing – if just I ‘d a space large enough to hold it.
Kanner Architects – CLOSED
Talking of expressionism -type drip painting is manageable when it comes to scale, although at least as mental and dynamic.
This rainbow striped picture reminds me s O significantly of 1960’s opart…and of 1980’s zip up hoodies.
These tiles that are inter Changeable aren’t concrete, just, but they do give the possessor the chance to to combine up things and perform Cubist-at home.
This chamber has consistently been one of my favourite Houzz pictures, thanks to the stunning play between the reddish and yellow painting as well as that vibrant blue.
These panels really are an enjoyable approach to integrate a small graphic design right into a child’s chamber.
I will be a little obsessed with the thought of using this as a space divider. I really like the way in which it creates a picture on the the area behind it – it is artwork that is actually practical.
Susan Diana Harris Interior Design
Marching paintings and across a ceiling is an enjoyable strategy to play with conventional notions about demo.