Updated: Feb 10
ART IS NOT ONLY AESTHETICALLY PLEASING BUT DEEPLY MEANINGFUL
Art enriches our homes with mood, culture and helps in educating our children. In a micro-second, we can be transported to other worlds, see life through the eyes of the painter or subject, and experience beauty and emotion in its rawest form. Artwork means a lot to us, that is why it has never gone out of style, we, quite often, can feel so much more from an artwork than a photograph.
Art doesn’t have to be big or garish, even the smallest touches can lift the mood of a room and inspire you.
ART IS A CONVERSATION STARTER
Screen time, busy work/school schedules and isolation are all too common in our modern lives, and families often feel they don’t get enough time together to genuinely connect. Home art accents are a great way to encourage people’s eyes away from the TV or phone, and towards something that feeds the soul. Discussions are inspired by the artwork, whether they are about the origin of the artwork, the way we perceive its meaning or simply what colours we like. It gets us talking.
ART BOOSTS CREATIVITY AND HEALTH!
Having artworks around us fills negative spaces with texture and colour, making our rooms so much more interesting and vivacious. Surrounding ourselves with artworks that we love inspires us to be creative ourselves and keeps our minds in tune with the arty side of life. Try creating your very own artwork to hang on the walls for a truly personal home; every day will be like your very own gallery exhibit! Creativity is literally good for us; according to RiteAid; “creative pursuits help to build connections in the brain to strengthen cognitive reserve or brain resilience, and subsequently prevent memory loss. Creating artworks can also improve fine motor skills through small, purposeful movements, which may help to prevent pain and stiffness”.
Dive into the expanse and freshness in our curated collection.