Sunflower Art can be Fresh and Modern! (original photo by Simon Upton)
Designer Ann Getty is not afraid of color. In this study’s foyer, a vintage table is topped by two bright Olympian blue lamps completed with shades the rich color of French Roast. Ann Getty used chartreuse green throughout this San Francisco home, but here the green only resides in the fern plants and the artwork.
Displaying the sunflower artwork two over two on top of dark walls give the art an appearance of a window looking out onto a garden. The walls are upholstered in cotton by Etro and the rug is by AM collections.
Pantone is the industry’s leader in analyzing color trends. Four of their picks for fall 2012 include bright chartreuse, Olympian blue, honey gold and French roast. Bright chartreuse is a vivid yellow-green, and reminiscent of bright green foliage which provides a perfect accent to every color in the palette. Rich and robust, “French roast” is a tasteful, sophisticated hue that is a great alternative to black and charcoal. Olympian blue is a brighter version of navy or a patriotic blue. Honey Gold is a mellow, burnished yellow, suggests the soft-muted tones of sunlight during the fall season.
Are you looking for a traditional series of paintings with a modern twist? This blue and yellow art will freshen any home decor! A traditional subject for flower art is the lovely honey gold sunflower with its yellow petals. This sunflower art pictures the bright head of the blossoms against an olympian blue background.
The contemporary colors will update your modern home decor. This series are one of a kind ORIGINAL paintings on Canvas which are signed on the back with archival ink and is ready to hang in your home without a frame.This set of four paintings displayed together make a dramatic and modern statement. They would look great in a foyer over a table or a dining room above a banquet. This gives a traditional subject a contemporary feel. The painted sides also means that a frame is not required but the paintings come ready to hang by placing the wooden stretcher bar over a nail.
Save money when you collect all four in the series! ( $120 each separately!– savings of 25%!!!)
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Beautiful! Thanks for including me in the treasury 🙂