6 Artworks Guaranteed to Add Spring Colour to Your Home

It’s that time of the year again! When bursting with colour, hordes of saucy blossoms lean out of trees to shout out the news of nature’s annual party. Cheeky yellow, bold purple, blazing orange and statement red – don’t they make you wish for some of that jaunty cheer for your own home? Artflute shows you how easy it can be to add a dash of nature’s playful spirit into your home.

Walk between the Raindrops by Ganesh Panda
Walk Between the Raindrops by Ganesh Panda


Ganesh Panda’s vibrant painting ‘Walk Between The Raindrops’ captures the joy of a walk down a tree-lined path right after the rains. The rain-drenched dazzle of nature’s colours with the greens, the yellows and orange makes a great choice for your living room.

 

 

 

 

 

A quiet flamboyance by Bahadur Singh
A quiet flamboyance by Bahadur Singh

 

Aptly titled  ‘A Quiet Flamboyance’, this artwork by Bahadur Singh is an elegant symphony of spring’s colours. The beauty, tranquility, and lush landscapes of the season come alive on canvas.

 

 

 

 

Prefer something more metaphorical? ‘Aatamvas by Sumit Mehndiratta speaks of the soul of mankind and its eternal connection to nature. Paisley block prints form a graceful background to express the idea of connectedness.

Aatamvas by Sumit Mehndiratta
Aatamvas by Sumit Mehndiratta

 

Backyard Bouquet by Michael Thielen
Backyard Bouquet by Michael Thielen

In Michael Thielen’s ‘Backyard Bouquet’, the cheeky blossoms literally leap off the canvas. Bold, brassy and confident, they epitomize a spirited celebration of spring.

 

 

An undulating path lined with green trees burnished by the spring sun. Having Vimal Chand’s  ‘Landscape – VI’ to look at everyday is sure to put you in a happy mood for spring.

 

Landscape - VI by Vimal Chand
Landscape – VI by Vimal Chand
Shades of the Night by Milind Nayak
Shades of the Night by Milind Nayak

 

 

Spring isn’t only about the bright colours of the morning. The stunning blue hues of the season’s night skies are almost too beautiful to be true. Milind Nayak captures them brilliantly in ‘Shades of The Night’.

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