The April High Point Market may be postponed, but that doesn’t mean you have to miss out on new product. While you may not be able to shop them in person just yet, here’s a look at this spring's new wall art pieces.
Betta 2 from Zoe Bios Creative features earthy tones of violet, fuchsia and cobalt that obscure a gold-flecked sky in an abstract landscape. www.zoebioscreative.com
A foggy morning is adeptly illustrated with translucent brushstrokes and soft cool tones in Celadon’s Distant Haze III. Each is finished in a contemporary wood frame with soft, pale gray wash. www.celadonart.com
“Orange Crush I” from Paragon’s exclusive collection for Libby Langdon Home is an abstract giclée in bold and vibrant colors, matted in white and shadow boxed. www.paragonpg.com
Picture Frame: Ivan Melotti Ii from Dôme Deco measures 33.5 inches long by 41.3 inches wide x 2.8 inches high. www.domedeco.us
From Empire Art Direct's Abstract Acrylic Shadowboxes Collection, “Integrity of Chaos I&II” is an abstract piece printed on deckled artisan paper with hand embellished metal leaf. www.empireartdirect.com
Drawing on the raw elements of the Pacific Northwest coast, Danie Wood’s Famous Blue Rain series for Verus Art is intended to invoke the natural landscape. Wood explains how the ever-present horizon line stirs her, with its constant evolution of sunshine, mist, rain and movement of the beyond. www.verusart.com
From RFA Decor's MOD Collection, Eve's Garden is an original acrylic painting on canvas measuring 54 x 64 inches. www.rfadecor.com