Texture. It is so important. In design, it’s the element that brings the POP! and the WOW! factor to your space. Like the humor in a speech or the color in a drawing. Without texture, your space would ultimately be dull and flat.
These pieces hanging in my dining room serve as a reminder that art is a living idea, meant to stir up discussion and provoke thought. I see them as a study of our culture through what’s been left behind… Bits of rubbish, a clock, remnants of polite society mixed with cigarettes and bouncy balls, as if fossilized. No matter what, it has stirred up conversation and that is the purpose of art.
Art should make you want to reach out and touch it. Art with form and dimension will spice up your flat wall and cast shadows, playing on the light.
Over time I have developed this knack for adding texture.
Cutting boards and pots, a sculptural and useful display in the kitchen, wed form with function and bring the idea of texture in.
Breathe some life into your room by using this simple idea of texture in your space and see what you think. I know you’re going to love it.
© copyright Mariam d’Eustachio at Simply Turquoise.
One response to “Texture through Art”
Combinations are many. Stylish. Thanks.