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The Interiors Edit

Discover art fit for your interior. Our interiors edit showcases a range of carefully curated artworks expertly elected by leading designers. Whether you’re looking to complement a cool and calm aesthetic or embolden a space with zest and zeal, transform your interior with original pieces by creators championing modern art. Encompassing myriad mediums from acrylic paint to photography, and styles from abstract and minimalist to surrealistic, explore inspiring artworks ideal for all design schemes and interiors. Cosy Interiors Our homes serve as our sanctuaries. Neutral colour palettes and pastel hues can subtly assuage the energy in any given space, instilling a sense of tranquillity. For cosy and comfy interiors, earthy minimalist prints by Eva Santin such as Yggdrassil, golden woodcut and paper cutting, promise to inspire quietude. Harmonious and with a spiritual touch, Eva’s paintings bring the beauty and meditative calm of nature into your home. Mark Chadwick’s marble textures are equally soothing. To still a busy mind, sink into the magnetizing, oozing textures and luscious liquid-like compositions of paintings like Fluid Painting No. 50. Bold Interiors A drop of colour can animate even the dullest of spaces. If you’re looking to add a little pizzazz to your interior, bring your walls to life with evocative and expressionistic paintings by mixed-media artist Tim Fowler such as his stunning architectural studies. A Strange New Build energises and demands attention with its zingy palette and powerful paintwork. Alternatively, experimental works by the likes of the digital artist Krista Kim are a surefire way to upgrade your interior. Merging paint and technology, Krista Kim’s Techism series is as abstract as it is mesmerising, taking modern design to new dimensions. Contemporary Centrepieces For contemporary interior ideas, modern photography can complete a fresh and cool aesthetic. As an example, daring photographic works such as Miguel Vallinas Prieto’s Second Skin series are worthy of consideration. Miguel’s surrealist portraits of metamorphic animals are conceptually insightful and visually enticing. For extra depth and style, large-scale minimalist collages also make transformative additions to stylish interiors. Swedish artist Charlotte Jonerheim reinvents a variety of mediums in her multi-textural creations such as A Space of Silence 3, paper, wax, felt, silver thread and varnish. Elegant and enchanting, these modern works give fresh meaning to their surroundings. Patterned Displays To feel like a true interior aficionado, you should consider geometric and pattern designs. Decorating with patterned paintings and prints express confidence and can boost the feel of any room. Contrasting strong forms and sharp lines with flowing circles and soft edges can create a sense of harmony and balance; Nick Malone manipulates his thrilling archaeology of textures, marks and words for the eye to explore. If you’d like to find out more about interior design, read our article ‘5 Interior Designers to Swoon Over’.

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Inspiring Artworks for the Office

Discover inspiring artworks for the office. Our office edit showcases seminal artworks by ambitious artists, all expertly selected by leading curators. Explore a host of original paintings, prints, sculptures and more to ignite your office space. Whether you’re looking to revamp your work office with abstract designs or Marie Kondo your bureau with uniform minimalist details, a new piece of your choosing could be the antidote to feeling uninspired. Energise your Office Space Explore a range of uplifting artworks for sale. Charged with colour and pulsating with energy, floral lithographs such as Kansei: Like The Rivers Flow promise to revitalise even the dullest of spaces. Bold quotes and bright colours are great ways to remedy low energy in the workspace. Proud typographical works like All The Way by Archie Proudfoot inspire and delight at first sight. Alternatively, edgy, puzzle-like prints such as Revolution by Ben Eine bring a vibrancy to any wall or interior. Pillar your Brand Image Sharp geometric forms and harmonious symmetry compliment a professional workspace perfectly. Intellectually evocative prints such as Moonlight by Bridgitte Williams deal with diagrams and graphics to explore the many signifiers of how our world works. Maps, numbers, places and objective forms combine to present a work of expert consideration and meticulous construction. Also on brand for corporates seeking a refined and thoughtful feel are the geometric mixed-media paintings by Olivia Peake. Architectural scene Flux is flecked with shards of colour, interplaying sharp constructivist forms with visually soothing shades and tones. Set the Scene Subtle blue hues and sensitive, flowing brushstrokes instil calm and clarity in observers. Impressionist paintings like A Dreamier Blue by Andrew Kinmont are deeply emotive; perfect for a space of reflection. Similarly, beautifully manipulated landscape shots such as Grand Canyon South by Eleanor Cunningham are brimming with intrigue and equally suitable for a space of quiet contemplation in the workplace. Make An Impression Hosting a business meeting? Need to impress new clients? Showcasing artworks by world-famous artists is a surefire way to leave a lasting impression on guests. Grammy Award-winning Stanley Donwood, for example, has produced all the album covers and promotional materials for Radiohead and Thom Yorke since 1994. His recognisable illustrative cityscapes and explorative Street Art prints such as L A Exit are perfect for kick-starting conversation. For more office space art ideas, read our articles on 5 Ways to Decorate your Office with Art and Office Design: Impress The Best.

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Artfetch

We're welcoming a whole new batch of great artists to Rise Art! This influx of new talent comes straight from the curated online gallery Artfetch, which has just been acquired by Rise Art. A like-minded place for customers to find fresh new art handpicked by the experts - namely by the art worldly co-founders Patricia & Katie Tsouros and their team of curators - Artfetch's portfolio is a perfect fit here at Rise Art, and we're very excited to release this collection showcasing the diverse array of contemporary artists joining us from Artfetch over the next few weeks. Keep up to date with all of the new artists coming onboard and discover their stunning artworks in this expanding collection.

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The Sophisticate Collection

As a Sophisticate, you’re a style expert in your own right, championing individuality and taste. We believe that the art you choose should be an extension of your personality, so our curators have handpicked a collection of elegant works to appeal to your inner Sophisticate, guaranteed to bring some elegance into your home. Browse the selection and discover our top artist recommendations just for you.

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The Scandi Collection

Get to know the cool, minimal style of northern Europe when you browse our Scandi artwork collection. The popularity of Scandinavian design has exploded in recent years, with many artists adopting the clean, understated look and soft pastel palettes used in these countries. Here, you’ll find the work of artists who have drawn inspiration from this movement, working with everything from painting to collage. The collection is ideal for anyone who finds beauty in simplicity, and for all those looking to add some Nordic style to their art collection. What we have come to understand as Scandinavian design originates in the early 20th Century. Between the two world wars, an increasing focus on simple lines and a refined elegance can be found in Swedish, Danish and Norwegian design, and this characteristic style continues to the modern day. One of the key elements of Scandinavian design is functionality, and this can be observed in the visual arts too. These artworks convey a message in a straight-forward and effective way, without resorting to excessive embellishment. Scandinavian design is often referred to as democratic, given that it aims to appeal to all with its simple look and a focus on accessible, affordable products. This focus on accessibility and universal appeal can undoubtedly be linked to the political climate of these liberal countries. As Scandinavia began to modernise, they aimed to create art and design that was engaging and attractive to all of their citizens, rather than gearing it towards an elite group of society. Look no further if you’re keen to buy Scandinavian inspired art. We’ve brought together some of the best contemporary artists working in this minimal style. Make use of our search filters to narrow down artworks according to your preferences and budget, and find the perfect piece to add to your collection today. Matt Jukes is an Australian artist who creates mono prints in a simple yet powerful style. Focusing primarily on landscapes, Matt abstracts away from the familiar and instead focuses on the lines that his subject is composed of. Each piece has a kind of misty, nostalgic quality that is reminiscent of the chilly climates of northern Europe. Despite the understated nature of his work, Matt still manages to create that art that is incredibly evocative and emotional. Photographer Read Hearne adopts the clean lines and visual simplicity of Scandinavian style while injecting his own vibrant colour palette. His photographs are largely abstract, obscuring the true nature of the subject and instead focusing on colour and form. The result is exciting artwork that makes a huge impact with its inherent geometry, patterns and sense of motion. For those looking for truly minimal art, we recommend taking a look at Stephen Whatcott. This British artist is unafraid to work with an entirely monochrome palette, eschewing colour in his aim to explore different textures and compositions. With this direct and unadorned style, Stephen challenges our expectations of what art should be. Although his style is incredibly simple and there is no discernible subject, these pieces are visually interesting and emotionally raw.

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