Big bold wall art is now more readily available than ever before to consumers. If you’ve never given big bold art a try maybe now is the time to take the plunge. Make a big bold impression in your coastal home with these 16 big bold art pieces that will definitely get your wall noticed! We’ve found some big beautiful bold art pieces that won’t be short of WOW. The list below gives you an idea of some of the art available. Hope you enjoy the selection.
Michelle Bennett’s Deep Water Current is a great abstract art piece with aquamarine and indigo hues that creates a stunning composition of color. At 60” wide and 47” in height, this seaworthy art shows a beautiful depiction of the ocean water current flow.
Maria V. Cano’s Pier depicts an ocean pier at sunrise with two standing figures overlooking the ocean on the pier. An atmospheric blur, the 92” by 62” image is richly toned and dramatically sized for depth of detail.
Emma Brook’s Underwater Beauty with deep shades of aqua, indigo blue, and emerald create a bold and exquisite display of a swimmer gliding along with the waves so in tune with the ocean. A captivating image that holds your interest long after you’ve passed by it.
Nick Veasey’s x-ray photograph of Conch Shell reveals the inner life of the shell. Veasey’s image illuminates in precise detail the inner structure of the shell. The conch shell originally found in the coastal waters of the Philippines, is captured with extraordinary detail. Impressive image perfect for coastal homes!
Sofia Fox’s Impact Zone is a display of the intensity of ocean waves that eventually roll their way to the shore. One can see the tremendous strength and beauty of the ocean as depicted in the Impact Zone. Pure breathtaking image perfect for any home!
Mark Frohman’s Palm Fronds 4 is a large scale print and part of a photo series. The Palm Fronds 4 is a composition of line and pattern of the ornamental, fan-shaped leaves of the rare Licuala Peltata variety Sumawongii palm tree.
Unframed the Palm Fronds 4 is a stunning 36”width by 72” height print. So beautifully done.
Ingrid Beddoes’s large aerial beach photograph, titled Beach Summer is of Sesimbra Beach in Portugal. A sailboat can be seen in the far distance, the water is a clear green-blue with sand of light beige. Beddoes captured the many sunbathers and swimmers all enjoying the beach while lifeguards keep watch over them. Beautifully executed.
Samantha Carlisle’s Surfboards Only was inspired by Oahu’s North Shore beach. The blue and deep green depicts the beautiful massive ocean and skyline. The beige depicts the warm beach sand you cross to reach the ocean. The directional signage leads you to the entry point for the surfers.
Lecare Seahorse 1 image has a clean graphic quality while maintaining its antique early 20th century French appearance. The graceful Lecare Seahorse 1 has blocks of outlined blue that reminds us of the abundance of the natural beauty of the sea. That of which we long to be near.
Coastal Cirrus Mural is a lovely, muted mural with a soft cloudscape in blush tinted blues. The serene, tranquil mural is a perfect addition for any room where one can sit back, relax, and enjoy the mural. Adds a calming presence to any room.
Sophia Fox’s Deep Blue Sea Shell is a beautiful 3-paneled mural of soft muted turquoise, aqua, and green shell formation that illustrates the intricacies of natural shells. A memorable display of the natural beauty of the sea. Deep Blue Sea Shell will give a home a coastal flair like no other.
12. Water 2
Thea Schrack’s Water 2 is an abstract seascape of a dusk scene on the Pacific coast of California during winter. Water 2 is a carefully orchestrated blend of deep grays and luminous pastels that softens the edges of the winter sea. Great as a pair with Thea Schrack’s Water 3.
13. Water 3
Thea Schrack’s Water 3 is an abstract seascape of a dusk scene on the Pacific coast of California during winter. Water 3 as with Water 2 is a orchestrated blend of deep grays and luminous pastels that softens the edges of the winter sea. Great as a pair with Thea Schrack’s Water 2.
14. Lord Bodner
Lord Bodner is an octopus image that was originally printed from a copperplate engraving in 1826 in London. Scientist Lord Bodner was involved in a series of studying creatures of the deep including this octopus. The image is exquisitely detailed with a deep rich navy blue background. Such a powerful, mighty creature of the deep sea will sit comfortably on your wall to be noticed.
The Blue Flora Artwork is a colorful and dramatic image that is sized to draw well-deserved attention to the many blue tones. The artwork is monumentally proportioned so that the viewer is captivated by the imagery featuring many gradations of blue. The artwork is an impressive 66” in height and 50” in weight.
Samantha Carlisle’s Onward shows the crew and vessel en route to their destination. The vessel navigates through the surrounding fog and dark water ahead. The grey weathered background is Carlisle’s vision of the calm before the storm.
This ends our list of 16 big beautiful bold art pieces to get your wall noticed. Everyone of these art pieces will add enduring coastal impact to your home. We hope you enjoyed our selection. And if you have any questions, feel free to reach out to us in the comments below. We always like to hear from you.