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A statement piece
A statement piece is a piece of art that attracts immediate attention. It's evocative, memorable, eye-catching!
Your living room is an excellent place for such an artwork. Especially when it's centered right above your sofa or the couch, your house guests are most likely to notice your art (and your style) in the living room. Make it pop!
Lobsang Durney is a contemporary Chilean artist from Valparaiso, Chile. In his work, Lobsang focuses on painting surrealist worlds, mixing realistic and imaginary subjects and elaborate storylines.
His works are intricately cinematic, reminiscent of Lucasfilm animations and computer-generated artwork. However, Lobsang's artwork is not digital but done in traditional oil on canvas with vibrant, brilliant colors.
His work on HD Metal (our recommendation) or canvas will look fantastic above your sofa.
Ultra-Modern and Chic
The artist duo BLECHMEKI uses mass-produced American pottery from the 1930s to 1980s to create photo tableaux of stunning simplicity and beauty.
At first glance, individual pieces of pottery – such as vases or figurines – appear identical, but closer inspection reveals subtle and captivating variations in form and color.
Blechmeki's work would elevate any home with its superbly clean and modern aesthetics. Elegant lines in their work play with other lines in your room, and symmetry is usually welcome above your sofa.
Brighten it up
If you'd prefer to brighten your space up, then consider these abstract and figurative pieces by George Abramidze.
His rich, vivid, Mediterranean color palette would breathe colors into your space. The colorfulness of abstracts is likely to find a match in your room. A complimentary color in your wall, decorations, or furniture will bring up the same color in the artwork.
George Abramidze is a talented and innovative artist from Tbilisi, Georgia. In his art, he focuses on easel painting, monumental paintings, graphic sculptures, large installations, objects, and design.
Still Life and Landscape
Israeli artist Tavalina completed her architecture degree at the Israel Institute of Technology in 1992. After a personal crisis in her 30th year, she began to paint.
“I felt an overwhelming need for color. I went to my room and found a discarded box of crayons, and began to draw… as if I was in a trance, the paintings were flowing out of me… and until this very day, I haven’t stopped.”
Tavalina's art above your sofa sets a mood in your living room. Her landscapes and still lives amazingly capture emotions and create an atmosphere. That ambience could be a freshly cut green lawn, a bustling ancient Italian plaza, a cozy country home, or a light summer breeze flowing through the window.
Our next recommendation is the minimalistic abstract artwork by Iris Kristmunds from Reykjavik, Iceland. Iris uses a more moderate color palette with fewer dominant colors in it.
Her artworks feel less busy and are naturally calming, with simpler colors, lines, and subjects. Yet, you can mix them well with other items in your room of similar colors.
Her art is perfect for mid-century modern interiors with clean lines and minimal decorations.
Kjartan Guðbrandsson is an Icelandic abstract freestyle artist. Kjartan’s work is reflective of the amazing world around him, full of exuberant energy and rich textures.
Iceland is one of the youngest landmasses on the planet, a 25 million-year-old teenager. Kjartan's work draws inspiration from the Icelandic waterfalls, incredible Moon-like landscapes, volcanic rock textures, deep blue crystalline glaciers, basalt rock formations, and the majestic Aurora Borealis in the arctic sky.