Five Beautiful Artworks You Need To Own

FIVE BEAUTIFUL ARTWORKS YOU SHOULD OWN

Five stunning new artworks you need to own
Five stunning new artworks you need to own

 

Last week I released a brand new series of artwork produced earlier in 2016. Two of the pieces are a new direction for me, both are semi-abstracts and are based on the theme of oceans.

The first piece, Forever Seas, is one of my favourites of the year. I enjoyed creating this digital work, and spent almost 50-hours on it in total. I had this particular piece in mind for around two-years, and never had a chance to actually bring it to life.

Forever Sea by Mark Taylor
Forever Sea by Mark Taylor

I wanted a simple yet elegant piece that solely focused on the sea, and the joining of the sky on the horizon. It's already proving to be a popular work with visitors from all over the world currently viewing it on my Pixels site at http://10-Mark-Taylor.pixels.com

As with all of my work offered through Fine Art America, these five pieces all come with a 30-day money back guarantee, and if you use the code: GSDVHF at the checkout at http://10-Mark-Taylor.pixels.com or at: http://10-mark-taylor.fineartamerica.com/ you can get a massive 50% discount on my artists commission, but only until 11:59EST on the 3rd October 2016.

You can buy the works on a wide range of print mediums from both sites, and other products from my Pixels site, and of course, all orders are shipped from your nearest fulfilment centre which not only reduces the costs of delivery, but in most cases you won't be liable for any import tax.

You can also use the code to purchase other products such as throw cushions, bath and beach towels, duvets, carry-all pouches, clothing, and more.

My second piece is Oceans Blue. A work I had also wanted to create for what felt like an eternity. I finally got around to it earlier this year but decided to only release it last week. As we are now officially in the season called fall, this will certainly brighten up any space.

Oceans Blue by Mark Taylor
Oceans Blue by Mark Taylor

 

I worked endlessly trying to create a suitable colour palette for inclusion in this work, with each colour matched to the ever changing hues of the sea. This piece has proved to be popular on social-media, and is one of my semi-abstract works.

Lake Midnight by Mark Taylor
Lake Midnight by Mark Taylor

Next we have Lake Midnight. The inspiration behind this piece came from my travels to Florida a few years ago when me and my family were lucky enough to stay in a villa next to a lake. I will always remember the view at nighttime, when I wander down to the shoreline of the lake, concerned that I couldn't outrun an alligator should one appear. But the view was well worth it.

Majestic Midnight was inspired by a vacation a little closer to home in Scotland. We stayed on the Scottish Borders in an old water mill, and hadn't quite realised just how far north we would still have to drive to visit some of the well-known lochs.

Majestic Midnight by Mark Taylor
Majestic Midnight by Mark Taylor

 

We arrived at the loch in the early evening at Easter, nowhere was open for miles around, and we still had to drive back to the borders, arriving back at the water mill in snowy weather at around 3am. Some 18-hours after setting out!

My next work, Reflections of Midnight was inspired by a previous visit to Cuba. I was amazed at the vibrancy of the island, its people, and the stunning scenery. The lake in this piece was in front of some high peaks with sugar cane growing in fields to the left and right of the artwork.

Reflections of Midnight by Mark Taylor
Reflections of Midnight by Mark Taylor

 

In total some almost 200-hours went in to the creation of these five works, all produced digitally with a stylus.

My previous landscapes have always had a tendency to be set at night, with heavy overtones of blue, so these are essentially a signature of my more classic works. With the current offer, you can own a museum quality stretched canvas fine art print on some of the best quality print stock available.

The landscapes look stunning when hung side by side, and I would certainly recommend the medium to large sizes for a greater impact, and with 50% off my artists commission, that would represent an even bigger saving if you decide to purchase all three of the landscapes.

My two semi-abstract seascapes look even more stunning on a museum quality stretched canvas, and I particularly love the way they appear when printed on acrylic, and then using the steel spacer bars to hang them. When you buy an acrylic print, you'll be amazed at the vibrancy and sharpness of the works, in fact it is like upgrading your art to Ultra HD.

Acrylic is also ideal for displaying in public spaces as the work can be easily cleaned, and when set against darker backdrops, or wood panels, when using the steel spacer bar mounts, they really do stand out and become the focal piece of any space.

So make sure to purchase these works before the 3rd October as I have no further planned promotions until sometime next year, and they are likely to only offer a smaller discount if I run them at all.

May I also take this opportunity to thank my existing collectors, and also to say to anyone who has spent more than $400 on my work through Fine Art America or Pixels, should get in touch with me and I will send you a signed print and thank you letter.

 

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