Abstract art is so popular right now (I hopped on board and have just added this one to my library). The wide variety of colors and styles make it the perfect way to incorporate art into your home, but it can be tricky to find artists you like. I’ve put together 8 selections, in a variety of price points, to help you begin to think about how you might incorporate this trend into you own home.
Abstract Art in the Home 1 of 9
Look Delicious 2 of 9
Often artworks shown online, like this one, are not for sale, but are shown to give you a sense of the artist's style before commissioning a work of your own.
This artist, Claire Desjardins, can be contacted about her work through Saachi Online.
Beach and Sea 3 of 9
Etsy is always a great place to find new, often more affordable (without the gallery fees) artists. Prints of original paintings are another way to incorporate this trend on a budget.
This print is from Siiso, $35.
Yellow Falls 4 of 9
Although many abstract pieces are oils on canvas, this lovely, monochromatic watercolor would be a lovely addition to any space.
From Lief, $140.
Something Wonderful is About to Happen 5 of 9
Emily Rickard is a favorite of mine. I love the movement in her paintings.
From Emily Rickard, $575.
Moss Growth Print 6 of 9
A small scale print to liven up a bookcase or gallery wall.
From Furbish, $35.
Dusk 7 of 9
Australian artist Belinda Marshall uses her work to communicate calm, meditative space.
From Leif, $55.
Cityscape I 8 of 9
Another by Emily Rickard, this one features a collage on wood, adding texture to your art choice.
From Emily Rickard, $55.
Sentry 9 of 9
A gorgeous canvas by Keila Marino.
From Furbish, $650.