Tired of looking at the same old piece of art? Want to spruce things up but you don’t know where to begin or what kind of art to choose?
No need to panic, we’re here to help with some great choices sure to impress everyone who stops by your home.
Photographer: Dariusz Czekala
Many of us look at art as a source of inspiration, something that’ll spark our creative juices. Whether they’re broken lines on colourful backgrounds, twisting copper sand dunes,or streaming lights on a road at night, Abstracts give us the space to imagine.
Perfect for… the creative thinker.
Title: Samuel Beckett Bridge
Photographer: John Hurley
Black and White
Perfect for… the purist.
Title: Along the Boardwalk
Photographer: Justin Melia
City and Architecture
Whether it’s a shot of Dublin streets in the early morning you’re after or want to capture the charm of a small medieval village on market day, we have a vast array of options related to City and Architecture and they’re not all from Ireland. You can also revisit your love of Venice or dream of springtime in Paris.
Perfect for… for the urban traveler.
Title: Doonagore Castle
Photographer: Richie Moylan
If you’re looking to make a small flat or room seem larger, Landscapes are the way to go. They can remind you of your favourite ocean view or that lush green paddock you never thought you’d leave as a child. Our biggest category, landscapes, offers options from long winding roads to endless green hills, and deserted beaches.
Perfect for… the visionaries.
Title: The best of Sabrina
Photographer: Trevor Cole
A photo of the Seascape might seem like a cliché to some but there’s a reason why so many people are charmed by its everlasting beauty. From golden sunsets on Dublin beaches to crashing waves hitting the cliffs of Donegal on a stormy day, it’s impossible to resist the unrelenting power and grace of the ocean.
Perfect for… the un-repenting romantic.
Title: Water Lily
Photographer: Sarah Lim
Looking for an extreme close up of something beautiful or interesting? The Macro category is filled with stunning close up photos of flowers, plants and insects. Why not a series of shots of a dandelion being blown in the wind? Or perhaps your little one would like a photo of a dragonfly about to take flight?
Perfect for… the budding scientist.
Title: Primary Rhapsody
Artist: Louise Adams
Not into photography? Why not choose a print of an original Fine Art piece? From the muted tones of a village portrait to the stark contrast of an abstract landscape, the possibilities are (almost) endless. You can choose to create a focal point in your room with a large print with bright colours or a group of complementary images, or you can find the perfect pint size piece that’ll fit perfectly into that small alcove.
Perfect for… those who prefer brushes to pixels.