Stunning. The creamy background sets off the stylish furnishings. Nicely done, Artie!xoxoJane
Oops. At second glance I realize this isn't your living room! Still...gorgeous!xoxoJane
Love the color in the first pic, however, I think it would look better with maybe a bit more color in the background. Camel or a more saturated cream would be better. It looks washed out or something. Second pic...very modern. I appreciate the contrast of modern art vs vintage furnishings, I think though, that it is too dark. If it were green/yellows...I would like it more. **Tami
Amazing calmess comes when I look at these.............Hugs N Herbal Blessings, Mandy
I am an artist in N.C. I have done several of these for clients that want color but do not want to commit to faux walls like yesterday or to a subject. It's a wonderful decor item.As for art...not so sure except that the beauty is in the eye of the beholder as could be the subject. Make it what you will. Something different for each viewer. Art should cause emotion and I dare say these can do that.So, to answer your question...yes, I like them very much! Did you do one for your new living room? Cannot wait to see it.
I like both Artie, but the second one especially speaks to me. I feel the calmness of this room more than the first. The artwork is wonderful. I have always liked abstract art. Bet you would not have believed that!
I like the first one, although it looks a bit like the kitchen countertop I've picked out. I don't like the second one, too dark and not enough contrast in the coloring for my taste.
My feeling is that the first painting, (which is very nice) fits too neatly into the space above the fireplace to the extent that it looks like part of the fireplace structure... The second painting stands apart as a piece of art... and is very stunning in the space and creates just enough tension in the space which makes it more interesting... ~Terri
I like them both.I don't know why, but I am really attracted to the first one.
They look like huge slabs of laminate counter top. Not for me.
Hi! I prefer a little more movement and color in my artwork!
You know, I really like them both.It fills the space nicely.As simple as they look, I imagine they were not easy to paint and I think they are probably pricey.Rhonda
I prefer the first one over the second. The second one reminds me of an storm on the horizon.Melinda
Love them both, I think they draw you in. Each time I looked at them I would see different variations of color, I like that,Kathysue
First one seems contrived...The room is busy and this seemed to "try" to calm. Not for me.The second room speaks to me..alluring, moody..Feels right for the space.Honest anyway.Studio News
Since the first room has a number of patternS, I feel the simplicity of the artwork provides a ying and yang symmetry.Re the 2nd piece, I find it far too dark and foreboding which teeters on borderline depressing. -Brenda-
I love contemporary art in classical interiors. Both are great especially 2nd one.
Boring. Plywood with paint. Oh, well.
what art?? just my opinion....
Oddly I do like them in their setting. Would I purchase one ~ ~NO. Can't wait to see your new room.~ ~Ahrisha~ ~
They actually do look good in these settings.
I love them or at least the first one, it has a sense of mystery and draws me in. The second one if kind of frightening but that's okay if that's what the artist was going for, just not something I would want in my house.
i could probably live with the first one.. the second though is like looking into a void. I might just say that although the creator is talented and has a great knack for this, it's not my cup of tea..
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