Two additional paintings by NL Galbraith are awarded as finalists in the "Colors" 2020 art competition!
If you want your art to look like a master piece, then these tips should help take some of the guess work out, and make your artwork really stand out.
There really is a science to colors, patterns, and how it effects human nature. Each color effects us differently, and patterned colors also effect us. Make or buy art you want to get lost in.
The story about the red flower is about strength and rebounding from adversity. The story about the dog who is waiting, might just melt your heart.
The large and jumbo sizes make great "impact art". You might get a few "Wows", too.
Certainly a supportive environment from youth, helps people to grow and do amazing things in their lifetime. Not all of us get a strong dose of that though. Artwork that mirrors our dreams, can help us stay the course, or bring us back when we veer off course. Especially if that artwork moved us in the first place. Surround yourself with visions of higher aspirations, that evoke feel-good emotions, and motivate you to go onward and upward. Live well with art. :)
Staging isn't just for model homes. What stage do you want to set for living for yourself and your family in your home? If your job is stressful, perhaps calming and soothing colors and calming artwork, will help you to relax more at the end of the day.
The second exhibition finalist winner from NL Galbraith with Fusion Art, January 2020. When one is more enlightened, it’s like taking off a blindfold and seeing with so much more meaning that which cannot be seen with the eyes.
Two landscapes are exhibition finalist winners! One shows a sunlit pathway over a small bridge with a variety of plants at the Fullerton Arboretum. The other painting shows a golden clearing next to a mountain lake, at the timberline with mountains all around. It's all about sustainability and conservation, issues which are all in man's hands.