Art should be something that brings you joy when you look at it. With this in mind, I’ve chosen my favourite Rise Art photographers whose works really make me laugh. I’d love these works on my walls, to make me smile every day.
At this time of year, it’s easy to feel surrounded by darkness, but fear not, we’ve got the perfect remedy for your January blues. Raise your spirits with our top 10 uplifting artworks set to bring warmth back inside, transforming the home into your very own port in a storm.
One thing we can’t fail to forget is that the holiday season means the ultimate party season. To honour the glittering party season and the fast approaching sparkling celebration of New Year’s Eve, we’ve put together a collection of works that are celebratory in style and perfect for the party animal in all of us.
When it gets down to gifting art it’s hard to know where to begin, but I think a sure place to start for the perfect present is with a print. Katie Tsorous hand selects her top 5 prints for presents in every budget under £500.
There is no doubt that our mood is affected by our environment, and the colours we surround ourselves with have a huge part to play too. Here we share our top 5 tips when sharing some key colours, and how you can incorporate them into your home with art.
We believe that art shines its brightest in an environment that either compliments it or bows to its opulence. Whether you're an interior designer by trade, or you’re setting out to redesign your home, read on for some tips around harmonising art with interior design…
Create a sensual ambience by combining pastels with dark colours and texture, using Philip Maltman's 'Perdita Or Lost Over In Libya'.
Using Kristin Gaudio-Endsley's painting, 'The Shirt' as a spring board for this weeks room, we focus on summer trend, cut-outs. An abstract artist influenced by organic and manmade patterns and colours found in both internal and external environments, Kristin's works ask the viewer to participate in interpretation. Cut-outs beg to be interpreted but in terms of styling, we thought that we'd chose pieces that call back to it, imitate the palate and let the work speak for itself.
Cork-born Aiveen Daly has lived in Moscow, St Petersburg and Sydney before moving to London in 1998. She subsequently moved to Expedia as UK Marketing Manager running several multi million pound advertising campaigns. Aiveen now operates an Upholstery & Design business from her studio in North West London. Here she offers high end upholstery services and creates bespoke commissions. These are her Top 10 picks from Rise Art and where to place them in your home