Drawing a blank

Tips on how to find the best wall art for your home

Most galleries and designers favor a white wall to display decor, however, art placed against the right intense and saturated hue jumps out as an immediate focal point.

When working with wall art and accessories, you don't always have to stick to tradition or current trends, sometimes the most unique pieces are the things that work best in your space. Shown on the wall: "Stargazer"by Elizabeth Whyte Schulze. Shown on the table: "Leaf" by Ron Bennett.

An art collector poses with her dog, allowing viewers to see the likeness between the pooch and the wall art.

This wall art, titled "Daybreak" by Suzanne Fisher, features a little bit of everything, bright colors, swirling patterns that leave viewers free to interpret as they may and plenty of fun energy.

This wall art stretches across a large expanse of space, an interesting decorating idea for those looking to mix it up.

This wall art brightens up a casual dining area and contrasts brilliantly with the light color scheme of the room.

Primary colors mix with a dark shadow to create an interesting divide in this wall art by Jim Dine.

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