Artistic Appreciations #1: It’s all about colour

Hello dear art lovers and welcome to the first of many features where I present you with artworks I’m admiring at the moment. If you are on the hunt for art for your home, wanna stay up to date with new talents or just love being inspired by interesting pieces of art – Then this series of features is for you. Welcome to my “Artistic Appreciations”!


This painting by South Korean artist GyoBeom An is a statement piece. The blurred portrait is both provoking and striking. I wouldn’t say no to having this as a focal point in my home.

Title: image-model(face) // Artist: GyoBeom An // Country: South Korea

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Talented artist Pava Wülfert has previously been interviewed on Architerior so if you want to get to know this fascinating artist please visit this link to read the interview.

Title: Untitled mms5 // Artist: Pava Wülfert // Country: Colombia

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This abstract mixed media oil painting on two panels is so gorgeous! I love the idea of having an asymmetric diptych as a center piece in an interior.

Title: Mind the Gap // Artist: Galen Cheney // Country: USA

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These soft hues of purple and pink are lingering in my mind. Such a gorgeous painting full of elegance. Going on my wish list!

Title: Pink Passion // Artist: William Kendall // Country: USA

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Sometimes it it just so calming to lay your eyes on something smooth, minimalistic and creamy, just like this piece by German artist Johann Nußbächer. Give it total focus or match with more detailed and figurative works, this will remain a classic.

Title: Weniger ist Mehr // Artist: Johann Nußbächer // Country: Germany

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