Finally, after months of dark, brooding skies and stark winter landscapes, the weather has ushered in a new season, and we begin to see vibrant hues of spring begin to flood our senses once more.
With the much welcome arrival of the warmer weather, Art2Arts has also welcomed some new artwork from some of the UK’s best up and coming new artists which celebrate the arrival of spring in all its colourful glory.
Here’s a springtime selection of some of our favourite new pieces available to view and buy on our website right now.
Artist: Amanda Horvath
Focusing on the delicate morning light as it filters through the slender forest trees as they just begin to display their fresh spring leaves, this piece evokes feeling a renewal and freshness to all that see it.
Using impasto techniques layer on layer applied with a palette knife, the artist has created a contemporary painting which lies somewhere between abstract and realism and shows the beauty of nature in all of its glory.
Nothing says spring like newborn baby animals and this highly detailed and engaging piece perfectly captures the innocence of childhood.
With a less-known technique, the artist has captured his topic using pyrography (burning wood) onto plywood, making it a unique media for his subject matter.
All of the materials used for this piece are also environmentally friendly which further supports that natural look and feel of this wonderful piece of art.
Artist: Ewa Czarniecka
Capturing the magic of a misty springtime morning, artist Ewa Czarniecka creates an atmospheric scene with a rainbow of colours and natural brushstrokes.
This piece invites the viewer to go deeper and feel the coolness of the morning breeze in contrast with the warming sun dancing upon the fresh spring leaves with the promise of a beautiful day to come.
Artist: Linda Latham
This detailed watercolour on canvas shows a natural take on the spring season with a sleeping fox cub nestled amongst lush green shoots. The reflection of the water brings together the vibrant greens in contrast to the soft reddish-brown hues form the fox creating a peace that not only marks the beginnings of a new season but celebrates the beauty of the natural world.