I don’t know about you, but I find some artwork looks best BIG. Some of the most obvious choices include Andy Warhol‘s Pop Art classics, but Abstract Art and both Traditional and Contemporary Landscapes fit the bill beautifully as well. Case in point, this exquisite landscape by artist Selina Werbelow, available in 36 x 36 at AmantiArt.com:
As you can see in the screenshot to the right, oversize art can really add vibrancy and color to your decor. And if your furnishings and wall colors are in muted shades like the couch in this photo, the artwork really pops, by contrast! Aside from looking fantastic across the room, the artwork reveals greater depth and visual detail up close as well. Oversized art also makes for a great conversation piece when you host a party. Your guests will be sure to ask about the work you’ve chosen—what drew you to the piece, who painted the original, etc.
This intriguing Abstract artwork (left) by Douglas Volk invites all sorts of emotions and interpretations. Is there a story here? Are the two dark shapes at the bottom left meant to symbolize human figures? If so, what is the light they are heading towards? Or perhaps these aren’t figures at all; maybe they’re just shapes meant to evoke feelings in the viewer. Or perhaps they’re not intended to evoke anything at all. Maybe the artist was simply exploring color, balance, and form. What do you think?
All different types of artwork look fantastic as oversized pieces—including photography, Impressionist pieces, and even drawings. I invite you to have a look at our Oversized Art Collection at AmantiArt.com, and remember: every piece you find on our site is 30% less than other sites. And you get free shipping. Best of all, you can save 25% on your first order if you sign up for emails on our homepage.
Happy decorating to you! Think BIG!