Colorful artwork can do more than simply brighten a home — it can brighten your mood as well! Whether your taste gravitates toward precise geometry or diffused color fields, whether you prefer the warmth of orange and red or the cool drama of blue and green, and whether you’re a fan of photography or painting, let Fabulous Frames & Art help infuse your environment with a dose of saturated color!
Above is a most unusual photographic print by Robert Buelteman, which is the result of a laborious process in which the flowers are whittled down into translucence and momentarily electrified, Buelteman’s camera capturing the resulting glow. For more information about this unique process, check out the Wired Magazine article “Force of Nature: Artist Puts Petal to the Metal for Electrifying Images.”
These limited-edition floral serigraphs by Cincinnati-based artist Brett Harper combine strong, simple colors with loose and gestural linework:
Below are two large-scale floral pieces by Victoria Montesinos. These are prints on canvas that have been overpainted. Montesinos is a Mexican-born painter who currently lives and works in New York City. Her work focuses solely on close-ups of flowers:
Photographer Rebecca Tolk makes her home in Asheville, North Carolina, where she uses a Holga camera to capture incredible hues and light effects without the aid of any digital manipulation. This particular photograph has been printed on bamboo, a renewable resource with a subtle texture that perfectly complements this image of flowers, and which can be displayed without glass:
Cincinnati artist Charley Harper is best known for his whimsical portrayals of birds, animals and insects, but his strong sense of color and composition also infuses prints that focus primarily on flowers and foliage:
Painter Barbara McCann is based in Sarasota, Florida. McCann, who studied design and architectural illustration and later taught at Ringling College of Art & Design, travels all over the world to find inspiration for her lush, color-drenched landscapes:
Michelle Abrams, a graduate of Yale University and a former animator for Sesame Street, creates lush floral artwork with rich textures and colors reminiscent of Southern California, where she currently lives:
Photographer Jennifer Broussard lives in West Hollywood, California, where she creates simple but beautifully composed collages of natural elements, like this one, in which an orchid flower meets bamboo, printed on a high-gloss white enamel surface which acts as an alternative to conventional framing:
Painter Nicole Etienne holds a BFA from UC Santa Cruz and an MFA from the New York Academy of Art. She has painted and lived in Italy, London, and Ireland and now makes New York City her home, where she continues to paint “mood over realism” as evidenced in these richly hued poppies:
Fabulous Frames & Art is a family-owned custom frame shop and print gallery with five locations in the Cincinnati, Ohio area. In addition to carrying the floral prints pictured here, we are the world’s largest dealer in the work of Charley Harper, and also carry the work of his wife Edie Harper, their son Brett Harper, and other artists including John Ruthven, G. Harvey, John Stobart, Mort Kunstler, Michael Blaser, and Charles Frace, among many others.