Ask your Body what Color you Need

Aquamarine Symbolizes Harmony and Flow
by Miriam Schulman, @schulmanArt
Use tangerine orange as a focal point for art!

Decorating Idea:
The decorating ideas above are featured in September’s House Beautiful bedroom was decorated by Kelee Katillac in a photograph by Bjorn Wallander. The artwork in the original photo has been digitally replaced with tree art for sale in this listing. Decorator Katillac says “I decorate with the colors of my gemstones!” The dominate color in this bedroom is aquamarine, which “symbolizes flow and harmony while being vivid enough to be sexy.” There is a little of this same color outlining the trees in the painting, which also gives harmony to the artwork. The designer intended the bedroom to be sexy, sublime and decadent. She also adds “Color and light nourish us, fight disease…ask your body what color you need to feel better.”

modern art for sale: Family and Friends are the Key

This original tree painting is a tapestry of tangerine orange, french roast brown and honey gold colors and textures. The landscape mixed media collage is hand crafted with piano sheet music, vintage empherma, tissues, scrap book paper and paint. The leopard print forest floor contrasts with the lively orange and yellow lit sky and solid vertical shapes of the trees. This tree wall art has painted deep gallery wrapped sides and is wired and ready to hang without a frame. The artwork will pop off the walls with the contemporary canvas, You will get enjoyment every time you look at this abstract tree art as it completes your home decor and raises the mood of everyone in the room. Evoking the deep forests where native oak trees lived before time began, this timeless art fits both into modern and contemporary decor. When choosing the best artwork for your space, you will find that these happy and calming hues are easy to incorporate with your existing interior design. Whether you are a musician or a tree hugger you will love this playful mixed media collage tree art on canvas.


Deep 1-1/2 inch sides painted black so that the front wraps around the sides.
The gallery wrapped canvas will 
save you money on framing since
it is wired and ready to hang right on your wall.

Title: Family and Friends are the Key
Size: 24×30″ gallery wrapped canvas,

Decorating Resources:

Master bedroom: Curtain fabric, Sophia in Aquamarine; wallcovering behind bed; curtain tiebacks, Oscar in Walnut; Roman shade fabric, Tie Silk in White Opal; headboard fabric, Tie Silk in Alabaster; window shutters, Algonquin Shutters in Mahogany—Kelee Katillac Couture Collection ; Duvet and shams by Nancy Koltes; linen shams and skirt by Pratesi; elephant pillow—Scandia Down; scandiadownkc.comBrown armchair, Deb Wing Chair; chair fabric, Cloak in Sable—Stanford Furniture; stanfordfurniture.comStriped pillow fabric, Nantucket Stripe in Aqua—Schumacher; fschumacher.comHeadboard fabric, 32305 in Color 1—Kravet; kravet.comMirrors—Morning Glory Antiques; morninggloryantiquesinc.comPedestal table—Petteway-Moore Collection; 816-561-7361. Sconces—Currey & Co.; curreycodealers.comOrange vase—Trapp & Co. ;

0 thoughts on “Ask your Body what Color you Need”

  1. Miriam, Love your blog and your artwork! It is so vibrant. Thanks for featuring my bird cage. The small size of this cage makes it perfect for the mantle or a side table. It could house a little bird figurine or what have you. Adorn with twinkle lights for a real show stopper. I try to add unique home decor items to my shop weekly!


  2. Wow, thanks for including our small desk tray in your lovely collection! It's not only great for organizing jewelry, keys and other small stuff, but adds a nice splash of color. Looking forward to seeing more of your collections!

  3. Thanks so much for including my picture frames! I think they would be perfect for adding more harmony and flow to anyone's home:) Your collection is just gorgeous, love the amazing colors!


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I’m Miriam Schulman, your curator of inspiration.

I inspire art-lovers to reconnect with their creativity and profit from their art. Whether you paint simply for the joy of it or you’re serious about selling your work, and you’re ready to stop putting yourself on the back burner...You're in the right place. I've done it and I can inspire YOU how to do it too.

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