Mountains Meet the Ocean

Blue Seascape

***plus more tips for choosing a white frame for your wall art

 A celebration of Nature and the forces that balance each other out. Sky, earth and water, three powerful elements, in perfect harmony. Discover how to take advantage of a painting’s particularities and color theme, and match a white frame and this seascape wall art to your home decor.

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A Decorative Seascape

Created by using digital collage techniques and traditional watercolor media, this seascape wall art print uses soothing blue and gray tones to create a sense of serenity and balance. Blue, in all its tones, is a calming, soothing color, ideal for bedrooms and places of meditation. Pick a color from the painting, and give it a try as a frame. Or  check my next tip for choosing a frame.

Coastal Serenity

White borders have a wonderful coastal vibe and they bring a sense of freshness, summertime brightness.

They tend to open up a room and give off a feeling of open space, expansion. In opposition to dark frames, or dark trims, which are particular to elegant older homes or classic victorian interiors, white frames and trims bring a very casual, modern, young style to a home.

As I was saying in THIS post, the frame is a GATE to the world inside the artwork. It is a separation between the reality surrounding it, and its own reality.

Here are some methods to choose a white frame for your artwork:

  1. Thick white frames make the dark colors stand out

    and the light hues blend in the background.  This works wonderfully for small to medium sized artworks. I personally don’t like large size artworks in thick white frames, because it makes the artwork seem to dissipate outwards.

  2. Thin, minimalistic white frames look really good above a shelf or in an intimate corner

    (as in the attached picture with the seashells). The brightness of the white creates a sense of expansion and airiness. A couple of nicely placed art prints like this, above your workspace, will create a cozy feeling. Thin white frames look good on large artworks, too.

  3. Create a gallery wall of artworks in white frames,

    that will create the “Whoa!” moment in the room. Make a cohesive arrangement of artworks (and photos or other unconventional art, if you’d like), choosing white frames as a binding theme. (Of course, for variation, you can throw in a couple of different frames of other colors. But I would not go for more than 2).

  4. White frames on mini art prints

    are the ideal work desk, space-conscious decor idea. Convince yourself with the next photo of my mini art print.

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.

Mini Art Prints

Add art into your everyday, with fun-sized mini art prints that can fit on any desk. 

Wall Hangings

Rad art doesn’t have to lay in a fancy frame. I personally LOVE wall hangings, because they are versatile, easy to transport and pretty much fit into any space.
Make this seascape wall art an integral part of your coastal home decor.

Wall Clocks

If you want to elevate your room decor to a new level, consider an art print as a background for your wall clock. 

Tip: create a gallery wall and throw this awesome clock into the mix. 

  A lot of my surrealist paintings are created with a dominant blue color palette. Blue is a soothing, dream-inducing color. I wrote a bit more about the hidden psychology of blue in THIS article. If you’re into decorating your home with blue hues, grab this FREE chart with colors that go with BLUE. 

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