Beautiful and Vivid Orange Canvas Wall Art
Hey guys! Are you someone like me, seeking to complement your home with beautiful orange canvas wall art? Confession time: Orange is my favorite color – sometimes I refer to it as “red’s more subtle cousin” hehehe.
It’s definitely a color with a voice, so it’s best used as an accessory or focal point in your home alongside nice subtle tones, like tan, light yellow, cream, etc. A little orange goes a long way, which is why the right piece of artwork can make a bold statement!
Do you decorate your home or office with those colors and seek out attractive art to display that will complement it?
Well you’ve come to the right place, because I have combed through some really exceptional orange tone pieces that will help draw out the best in your environment.
Burnt Orange Wall Art in Earthy Tones
I used to think burnt orange was a yucky rust color, but I couldn’t have been more wrong….Today’s burnt orange is reminiscent of a desert rock formation or the terra cotta color such as that of traditional clay pots.
If you enjoy Southwestern themes – think elements like expansive canyons, cacti, desert sand – notice the color scheme. Lots of “earthiness” with all the yellows, greens, browns and orange tones combined. I did get to take a trip out there once way back and the scenery can be breathtaking (not to mention sunsets to die for!)
I think you are going to love what I’ve found in art that will really bring out the right kind of look reminiscent of the area, incorporating burnt orange.
Orange Abstract Pattern Canvases
I have to admit, I really stink at abstract art…After all when I took classes we were pretty much immersed in the old school teachings in which you pretty much get married to your subject matter so it didn’t come naturally to me….but I do have an appreciation for abstract work depending on the style.
Canvas art panels with orange tones done with bold geometric shapes or transitional gradients can give your living space a splash of bold color in just the right amount. I’ve found some excellent pieces I would be delighted to showcase on my wall.
Geometric designs can be really good for adding a little linear design into your space. Gradients can be very soothing to look at, which is why I love sunset paintings, and what inspired me to create the big three panel work I did here that I hung above the couch. All those various tones provide a serene, relaxed feel in the room.
Orange Art Pieces in Modern Styles and Patterns
Is your home or office more contemporary looking? Unlike me you don’t get into all that idyllic,touchy-feely color stuff LOL. I’ve seen some very nice looking orange tone art with more modern looking styles…I especially like this orange/citrus fruit piece..it would definitely brighten up whatever space in hangs in!
Orange Flower Wall Art with Bold Flora and Fauna
What do you think of when you think of orange colored flowers…marigolds, zinnias, tiger lilies to name a few ..And I’m no horticulturist – I just remembered a time when I missed an opportunity to gather some stray tiger lilies that were sprouting along this long path.. Must be a rare sight around here 🌼
A touch of flora and fauna in pretty orange shades can really brighten up a drab wall….and become a great conversation starter too!
Orange and Blue Tone Wall Art
Did you know that orange and blue are “complementary colors”? It’s true! Complementary colors pretty much do what the word implies – they look good together and tones or hues of either look good when paired up with the complement color’s tones.
Another good example of a complementary pairing is red and green – no surprise there as they are Christmas colors! Here are some more examples of orange and blue tone art -I like the sunset over the ocean water the best -what do you think?
Learn How To Use Warm Tones Like a Pro!
Now a quick peek at a snapshot of my living room so you can see how I utilize paintings with orange colors. No, I am not an interior designer, just so you know…..but when I took art classes, I always paid close attention to the talk on “complementary colors” “warm tones” and “cool tones”.
“Warm colors” include all the reds, oranges, browns, and yellows. I don’t know where the term “warm” comes from, but do you notice how all those colors listed look really good when combined together? The walls are peachy terra cotta, I have a boho-looking orange/yellow tablecloth, a brown couch slipcover and dark red throw pillows.
Well I hope your enjoyed this lineup….”Orange” you glad you stopped by here today?