When complementary colors blue and orange are used together, the resulting artwork is usually vibrant and energetic. This gallery wall, however, has a mature moodiness thanks to its portraits, landscapes, and abstracts in muted shades of peach, apricot, pumpkin, cornflower, azure, and navy.
Don’t be afraid to decorate with orange! Fall’s favorite flavor, pumpkin spice, is also one of the season’s prettiest colors. In this collection, the warm hue glows next to shades of peach and wheat yellow — and pops against teal blue brushwork.
However you slice it, this modern collection stays fresh in preppy shades of yellow, blue, pink, and white. The lighthearted — and light colored — gallery wall makes a show of the simple lemon, highlighting the fruit in a still life, in a portrait of a boy, and, abstractly, in the sunny circles of an ethnic-inspired print.
A bold black and white abstract adds unexpected excitement to a contemplative collection of still life paintings and line drawings. We especially love how Daniela Orlev’s brash brush strokes contrast with the innocent portrait of a pint-size ballerina.
Soft shades of blue-gray, moss green, and salmon pink create the quietly colorful palette of this nature-inspired collection. Pleasing to both classic and contemporary aesthetics, this gallery delights with artwork like abstract almond flowers and still-life figs.