In this collection spotlight, we explore artworks that were studied and selected to elevate a Mid-Century Modern space through their deeply entrenched connections to the influences that founded the style’s era.
In art, whether written or visual, animals can exaggerate distinctly human characteristics, presenting examples that at some angle illuminate with reflections of the audience’s hearts, minds, values, and experiences.
Blues has been used to set the mood of paintings. Artists draw upon blue’s gentleness for clear skies, eggshells, and flower petals. Or, they plumb into its depths, darkening it into oceans, shadows and storm clouds.