Category: Art + Design

Monumental Compositions

Impressive, commanding artwork can take the lead in a spacious interior creating a stunning atmosphere. Invite texture and range, a sense of “ahhh” or deliver a punch, the choice is yours. Explore the three cases below, selecting artwork with a grand scale to create intrigue, calm and drama. Gather inspiration for your own monumental composition.

Teresa Calderon & Mersuka Dopazo, Sintiendo el Viento, Mixed Media on Canvas, 80.5 × 68.5 inches


M O D E R N  B O H E M I A N

Teresa Calderon & Mersuka Dopazo’s adventurous and experimental mixed-media work Sintiendo el Viento rounds the elegant, graceful ease in this interior. Monumental in size, the mixed-media composition pays homage to quotidian excursions in the city. The complex layered materials in the work invite a whimsical sense of wonder and adventure, while the active figure fills the air with a bold, kinetic energy.

 

 

Joshua Jensen-Nagle, Getting Whisked Away, Archival Inkjet Print Face-Mounted to Plexiglass, 48 × 88 inches
Joshua Jensen-Nagle, Getting Whisked Away, Archival Inkjet Print Face-Mounted to Plexiglass, 48 × 88 inches

 

C O N T E M P O R A R Y  L I V I N G

Joshua Jensen-Nagle’s immersive work Getting Whisked Away captures the easygoing essence of leisure and relaxation, lending this interior a sense of cool, rejuvenating comfort. A lush, abstract composition from afar, Jensen-Nagle’s aerial beach photograph prompts a closer look at the fine details, textures, and patterns in the piece – proving a deeply intriguing work from both long and short distances.

 

 

Carol O'Malia, Art is Logic, Oil on Canvas, 50 × 60 inches
Carol O’Malia, Art is Logic, Oil on Canvas, 50 × 60 inches

 

L U X U R I O U S  L O U N G E

The scale of Carol O’Malia’s Art is Logic elevates the powerful, lively intensity of the work’s collage like composition. Booming with dynamism and electric energy, Art is Logic presents an eclectic pastiche of urban graffiti and self expression, creating a spirited focal point to this otherwise neutral interior. O’Malia’s inspiration in both the powerful iconic symbol of a train juxtaposed to Velazquez’ feminine princess renders a work that transcends time and says, “I was here,” It invites both contemplation and conversation to come.

Explore our collection for more grand scale works, or visit the gallery nearest to you.