Modern oil paintings are an excellent addition to any home, space or project. One of the newest trends is having the picture in parts, where you break up a large piece into parts. One large picture could be broken up into several parts. Alternatively, you could play with the size with the parts to create a bigger impact.
Modern art is often misunderstood. However, a good colour palate is never unappreciated. So, earthy tones like different shades of red, reddish orange and brown can look brilliant together. These can be accented by bold stripes of a darker colour like black, which will provide an excellent contrast to them. Design-wise, you could have curved lines being turned into face by appropriate colouring using the above colour scheme.
Swirls are a good option as well. The use of multiple colours increases the intended impact manifold, though the intended audience should be kept in mind when doing so. A great idea would be women carrying different shaped water pots, on a background of interconnected geometric shapes. The image could be accented by pops of bright colours, which would grab attention and provide aesthetic relief.
Another interesting image would be having a four-way uneven split in a painting where two quarters would have a unifying factor like a grey background. The image utilised could be a slice of a watch, or a neighborhood. The differing shapes but unifying colours are an excellent contrast, while the rest of the painting’s palette engages the intellect.
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