Earthy Mood Art
It is easy to recreate an earthy feeling in your space with the right works of art. The modern contemporary art in this collection features colour combinations and art subjects of the earthy feel - colours like brown found on trees, dried leaves, earth soil; green for plants; and blue for water and sky. An original piece of art like acrylic painting also has the organic feel created by the swirling and pooling of the artist's paintbrush.
Earthy Mood Art
The world is becoming increasingly artificial as society moves from our rural roots to urban living. So it only makes sense that people are trying to recapture the past by adding earthy touches to homes and businesses. If you want to create a space that feels earthy, then you need to find the perfect art to set the mood. In an artificial world, an original piece of artwork created by human hands might be just the thing to bring you down to earth and keep you in touch with the organic nature of all life on earth.
Look for contemporary art with colour combinations that are commonly found in the natural world. Browns, greens, and blues are the way to go. Brown for the earth, green for the plants, and blue for the water. Combine these three, and you have the entirety of the earth in three colours. Colourful details can also work, but you should make sure that they aren’t too bright and unnatural. A pure pigment that hasn’t been mixed with any other colour has a very artificial feeling, and therefore it should be avoided if you want to create an earthy mood.
One aspect of art that gets overlooked all too often is texture. The texture is the physical feeling of the art. One reason for this is the fact that so much modern art has no texture. When art is captured on film or translated into digital ones and zeros, then it gets completely smoothed out. Even if a photo looks like it has a texture from afar, you’ll find that if you end up touching it, you feel nothing but a smooth surface. One of the great things about buying an original painting is that you get an organic texture. The way the paint pools and swirls creates an organic feel that no reproduction can truly capture. So if you want to find earthy art, then you need to look at original work
Depictions Of The Earth
Look for art that depicts mother nature in all of her glory. Close up images of plants, dramatic landscapes, and even abstract imagery that is built around organic textures all help to create an earthy feel. The more artificial the images depicted in the scene are, the less earthy they will feel, so try and avoid images of buildings, machinery, and other manmade objects. Of course, if you feel drawn to the image of a cosy cottage nestled in between a forest of greenery then you shouldn’t get hung up on the human-made nature of the cottage. Sometimes artificial elements can help to emphasize the nature around them, but the natural world should ultimately define the scene depicted in the art.