Fish in the Sky
Surreal Climate Change Art
***and tips for choosing a frame for your wall art
Exploring the boundaries between aesthetically pleasing, decorative art and the surrealism we encounter in nature, during our times of global climate change. “Fish in the Sky” hints at a symbolic turnover of nature’s laws, a dreamlike state of mind. The world becomes a surreal place where earth, sky and water transition to a state of flow.
Framed wall art can change not only the appearance of your home interior, but also your mood and your wellbeing.
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Surrealism Meets Decorative
Created by using digital collage techniques and traditional media, this artwork taps into the healing potential of BLUE. A calming, soothing color, ideal for bedrooms and places of meditation. Imagine a synesthesia of color and sound: theta-wave inducing deep blue sounds and splashing seashore foam.
Pick a color from the painting, and give it a try as a frame. If not, check my next tip for choosing a frame.
Bring Waves of Dreams into Your Bedroom
A narrow, rustic natural wood border is sometimes all you need for an artwork. Wood enhances the look of bold colors.
For a Scandinavian look, like in this photo, experiment with a gray wash or vintage silver frame.
All these frame options are available at my FineArtAmerica store, plus a ton of matching mats, in different sizes and paper textures. Check them out.
Match Your Home Decor With Pillows
If matching designs is something you’ll find chic and appropriate for your home decor, discover this and more pillow sizes at Society6.