My Beautiful Garden by Alexandra Lavizzari

 

Spring has well and truly sprung with a rainbow of bright colours now adorning gardens, parks and outdoor spaces all over the UK as the much welcomed warmer weather pushes away the dull and drab winter months.

With more and more of us now turning our attention to improving our outdoor spaces, it comes as no real surprise that gardening has seen a big revival in interest over the past year with many taking up the pastime as a new hobby.

The natural world has also long been a popular topic for artists with flowers, wildlife and various other members of the natural world creating a focal point for many of the world’s most famous works of art over the centuries.

If you or someone you know is a budding gardener, bringing the outdoors in with some stunning floral art is a great way to brighten and enliven any indoor space. Let’s take a look at some of our favourite pieces from up and coming artists that are now available on the Art2Arts website.

Summer Dawns by Colette Baumback

 

 

Summer Dawns by Colette Baumback
Summer Dawns by Colette Baumback

 

One look at Summer Dawns and you can almost smell the delicate scent of wildflowers floating on the warming breeze.

A large piece that adds a pop of colour to any room, the use of light beautifully illuminates a dazzling display of flowers that offers contrasting colours that shows off the vibrancy of the petals giving them an almost glowing quality.

A great piece to wake up to in a bedroom or as a focal point or a floral-inspired living space.

 

Heavenly Garden by Paula Smyth

 

Heavenly Garden by Paula Smyth
Heavenly Garden by Paula Smyth

 

Beautifully capturing the drama of frosty mornings and the mystical and magical quality of ferns and delicate blooms just waiting to burst into life, this painting is the very essence of early mornings just before the sun begins to rise.

Ideal for homes that prefer a more subdued colour palette, this piece is classy, timeless and full of natural wonder.

 

Cascading by Michelle Carolan

 

Cascading by Michelle Carolan
Cascading by Michelle Carolan

 

 

Lively, uplifting and reminiscent of a bouquet of celebration flowers, this abstract piece by Michelle Carolan has been created using acrylic paints and pastels to create a feeling of excitement for life after lockdown.

With beautiful buds beginning to unfurl and reveal their true beauty, this piece is modern yet traditional in its subject matter making it the perfect gift of any gardening with a love of floral displays.