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11 Artworks to Create a Winter Look for Your Home


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Snow Landscape from Biei 3 by Chinnaphong Mungsiri

11 Artworks to Create a Winter Look for Your Home

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11 Artworks to Create a Winter Look for Your Home

Winter Night I by Angelika Millmaker

Winter is here! It's time to switch your bright and vibrant decor for a cool and cozy look in time for the season. Want to spend most of your time indoors to avoid the cold, but still enjoy the snug comfort of winter at home? Come and take a look at some wintery artworks The Artling has put together for your home below!

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Snow Landscape from Biei 3 by Chinnaphong Mungsiri, a freelance photographer based in Bangkok, Thailand whose works have been published in National Geographic Spain and UK, BBC Travel, The Guardian, Lonely Planet Guide Book and more.

Snowy hill and some hare footprints in Gausta by Romulo TIJERO is part of 'Gausta in Seasons': an award-winning project that documented for almost ten months this world-class mountain and Norwegian destination between December 2019 and September 2020. The work was taken when the artist was scouting the snowy hills near Kvitåvatn lake when he noticed the hare footprints.

Infinite abstraction by Fares Micue explores the beautiful power that the blue color has when it comes to relaxation and abstraction emphasized by the soft and subtle transition between the variations of marine blue.

The passion of trees by Ali Shokri is part of his collection, Trees. Ali Shokri, based in Corby, uses his degree in IT engineering to fulfil his desire to enhance his knowledge in photography, his fascination of nature and creatures were apparent in him from childhood and had this constant apprehension to express his affiliation with nature and a burning desire to show his appreciation of the nature's beauty

Winter_Series #4 by Lee Byoung Kon is a South Korean artist who travels the world, taking photos and contributing to magazines. Images of local village life in India and other parts of the world had a powerful effect on him & were instrumental in his decision to become a photographer.

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Blow is by Stephanie Er, a Singapore based, self-taught photographer. Photography is her passion and she believes that a good photograph overcomes all language barriers.

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Icy Vigil by Nick Psomiadis was taken in 2018 during one of the artist's visits to the Snaefellsness Peninsula, one of the most scenic and beautiful parts of the land where conditions were unfavourable for photography. However, just as quickly as the blizzard came upon him, it was for a brief moment that the sun broke out and the red roof suddenly appeared. It was an immediate reaction to get the shot before the light disappeared.

Middle of winter. by Igor Shulman, was actually painted in the middle of summer. The artist explains that the painting was about the feeling of winter, the wonderful days and experiences during the winter, and importantly, the positivity in oneself. How ready one can be to rejoice and give joy to people.

Frozen Lake from the series Symmetry by Wolf Kettler is part of the series 'Symmetry', that questions perceptions of reality. The artist believes that only the meticulous viewer will notice that the two halves of the pictures do not always join up perfectly. This is to state that perfect symmetry does not occur in nature, just as there is no perfect, absolute reality. Perfection, including symmetry, is an artificial concept. 

There is also a strong environmental element in this work: suggestions that our planet may be uninhabitable by the turn of the next century, and that important tipping points have already been reached. Nature and scenery will then only exist as a constructed, artificial and idealised reality. 

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Alpine by Lukas Griffin was taken in The Swiss Alps. The artist mentions that throughout history, human and wildlife have had an intimate relationship with their natural surroundings, and he is drawn and inspired by the way we exist and move in the natural flow of life, enjoying moments in time.


Interested in viewing the rest of the artworks? Click here to view the full collection of Winter Art that The Artling team has put together for you to bring the winter look into your home.

 


Any views or opinions in the post are solely those of the authors and do not necessarily represent the views of the company or contributors.


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