Whether you’re returning to work and want to give your office a little lift or want to transform your spare bedroom into a home office with some fresh artistic flair, Art2Arts has some incredible artwork to adorn the walls of your thinking space.
From abstract pieces that spark conversation to traditional landscapes, take a look at some of our favourite office artwork – our wide selection from some of our up and coming new artists is certain to suit any taste or budget.
For those who like to keep things looking sleek and modern, the colourful digital artwork of artist Paula Vaughan is sure to excite your senses.
With pieces reminiscent of the pop art movement and using a palette of strong and vibrant colours, Paula uses the digital medium to create quirky art that would suit offices where creativity and colour are appreciated.
Peace and Calm
If you want to escape the stresses and strains of the daily grind, then a more traditional piece of artwork might be the ticket to restoring calm on a busy day.
Artist Stella Dunkley takes her inspiration from the serenity of seascapes and uses a multitude of stunning colours to replicate sunsets, dawns and the beauty of the moonlit clouds as their reflections dance upon a tranquil sea.
Should your office been in desperate need of a little character or local colour, then look no further than artist Louise Gillard.
Featuring an array of well-known cityscapes such as the iconic Battersea Bridge and Sloane Square, Louise Gillard has also built up an enviable reputation for her coast artwork inspired by Weymouth Beach and for her sunrise pieces featuring Clapham Common, making them ideal pieces for plain office walls that need a little lift.
Digital art fans
One of the most talented digital artists to join the Art2Arts family, Neil Hemsley uses his passion for photography and influences from favourite artists including Dali, Ansel Adams and Henri Cartier-Bresson to combine his love of art and photography.
This combination of interests has led him to create striking, highly visual pieces that range from the surreal Opus with its cyber neon concepts to the abstract inspired Beach Hut image that features a close up of a well-weathered hut worn by years of sea air and sandblasting that provides a welcome pop of colour and visual interest to any office space.