I have been looking lately at different ideas and ways to hang art. Groupings, interesting compositions and arrangements can add so much to a room. The black frames below are nicely sized and compliment the black within the watercolors by Wilson Shieh.
Prints sometimes look randomly dispersed, but I am sure a lot of thought went into this grouping.
The “eyes” are looking at some prints by Cy Twombly, Ed Ruscha, and Sherrie Levine. I like the mix of frames above the table.
What a dramatic black and white look, a modern composition of Italian Renaissance statues.
I love how Windsor Smith delicately arranged prints on her mantle and incorporated the mirrored sconces.
The two larger works are balanced by the smaller pieces in the middle. It’s a great mix and works well together.
What fun to bring the colors to a kids room.
Do you like a grouping, large art alone or a mix?
Photo Credits: Interior Design by Brad Davis and Janis Provisor photographed by William Waldron for Elle Decor Nov. 2008; via Real Simple September 2010, styling by Jeffrey Miller (2,5,6); Photographed by Elle Decor May 2008; via Lonny; Windsor Smith in Domino August 2007