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BRINGING NATURE'S BEAUTY AND WARMTH INTO YOUR HOME
December 2nd 2017
Natural elements have a relaxing effect - and bringing works of art into our home with a composition such as blooming flowers, trees or colourful red and yellow autumn leaves often creates a calming and balanced atmosphere to a home. The use of nature's beauty as inspiration is a recurring theme and each artist have their unique connection to the natural world in their work.
by Henrik Riis
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In many of our contemporary homes today, we strive to create a world of pure relaxation and Zen. The architectural design of our apartment or house is aimed to be practical and often use straight lines and off-white polished walls. Good architects understand this and create a blank artistic canvas for each of us where we can add our personal touch. The art we decide for our home is important and choosing work inspired by the natural world can bring it all together. We have looked into the work of three of Eyestorm’s most popular artists to show how nature plays a vital part.

Using nature as inspiration goes back two decades for Danish artist Henrik Simonsen and often the idea for his beautiful pieces come to him by simply watching nature and drawing from memory, compared to studying detailed compositions. His series titled Sloe was inspired by the Sloe trees close to his home where he grew up in Denmark; The four print editions with blue, orange, pink and yellow backgrounds are his recollection of how the colours changed the Sloe trees from early morning to late evening on a sunny summer day.

Though many pieces by Simonsen are memories from his childhood home, he also tries to travel along the less beaten tracks. In his popular print edition from earlier this year, Blue Butterflies it was his trip to the Antartica that reignited his love for the blue frosty colours and to balance the colder palette he decided for a background of pale metallic gold. Simonsen’s work will bring life and a warm explosion of colours to any room in your home.
Henrik Simonsen

Blue Butterflies , 2017

77(w) x 101(h) cm
30.51(w) x 39.76(h) inches
11 layer combined lithograph and screenprint on Somerset Satin 410gsm paper

Image size: 72 x 95cm
Edition of 60
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This year Lucie Bennett was inspired by the natural world and introduced the first series of single stem flowers, executed in her signature flawless minimal line. Nature has been an integral part of Bennett’s work for some time now as she has explored the similarities between the human body and botanical forms. Those familiar with Bennett’s work will no doubt welcome this connection as what appears at first to be merely plant life becomes something more, each structure with its own personality, delicately standing tall and strong just as her women did before.

The three works titled Dandelion, Honeysuckle and Tigerlily, also seen in photograph (above), will bring a stylish touch to a home where art is an important complimentary element to the interior.
Lucie Bennett

Tigerlily , 2017

55(w) x 74(h) cm
21.65(w) x 29.13(h) inches
4 colour screenprint on Somerset Satin 410 gsm paper.

Image size: 60 x 43cm
Edition of 45
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British artist Jonathan Purday’s approach to his work often presents itself in different ways and from various sources including memories and art forms such as film, music and poetry. Primarily a painter and with his use of block colours, Purday decided to try screenprinting two years ago and released the two print editions Meditation in Red and Canopy Memories. The perspective in the prints are intriguing as the height and scale of the tree feels exaggerated, perhaps a nod to the childhood view of everything feeling so huge, but also to emphasize the power of being a watcher from a position on the ground looking up into the blue sky. Purday’s pieces are inspiring, uplifting and optimistic, with the fresh colour palette adding to an overall feeling of well being.
Jonathan Purday

Meditation in Red , 2015

92(w) x 93(h) cm
36.22(w) x 36.61(h) inches
12 colour screenprint on Somerset Satin 410 gsm paper
Edition of 50
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It can sometime be challenging to imagine how particular work can look in your home - and if you wish to receive images of any artwork in situ, please get in touch.

You also can find more inspiration on Lucie Bennett, Jonathan Purday and Henrik Simonsen artist page.
 
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Henrik Simonsen’s most recent screenprint edition, Untamed, sees the artist use the rich, heavy, warm light of late summer as influence for the colours he uses in this 15-colour screenprint.
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DO YOU HAVE A DAMIEN HIRST TO SELL?
Valium
With two major exhibitions during the Venice Biennale, 2017 has been a year which has increased the awareness of Damien Hirst. With Hirst still actively releasing new print editions, many collectors focus on his earlier work from 2000 and before, such as Valium, Lysergic Acid Diethylamide (LSD), Opium, Beautiful, Galactic, Exploding Screenprint (Spin) and Painting-by-Numbers.

If you have one of the above prints that you are potentially interested in selling, please do get in touch with us via the Contact page, which you can find here.
 
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