Tuesday, May 19, 2020

benefits of viewing art

In the past few weeks, we have been bombarded by a 24-hour news cycle focused on coronaviruses, the spread, and death count. Before early March 2020, our houses were taken for granted as safe places, refuge, and gathering places. Since governors across the country implemented stay at home orders, our houses can now be used for new purposes, such as full-time classrooms, workplaces, computer labs, places of worship, yoga studios, restaurants, shopping centers, hair salons, waterholes, and likes. Considering how we need to operate now, coupled with over-consumption technology, including bingeing on movies and TV series on multiple streaming services, you may find yourself looking for a refuge.

Canvas art abstract can transform the chaos and disorder of your new multi-purpose space into a sanctuary. Art can breathe life into a home and remind us that what is possible. As considering the next DIY project think about wall art canvas painting as a way to repurpose your space.

Here are some suggestions to utilize your current art collection to shore up your sanctuary

Look at your art collection and identify new spaces in your home. Yes, you can change artwork from one room to another. You can also consider hanging mirrors, creating a grouping, or go for one large installation in the room.

Design a room around one work of large art canvas. Find the focal point: Walk into the room and determine where your eyes land first; this may be the ideal place to install the statement artwork, and you can base the rest of the room’s design on it.

Rediscover and redefine your sanctuary. Art can relax, inspire, evoke, or transport viewers. It can help us verify and recognize our emotions. If you have a yoga room or mediation room, your art selection can be a reflection of the mood you seek to achieve.