Interior Design Software — April 29, 2011 at 8:45 am

Unique Objects of Art – Seashell Wall Art


Seashell Wall Art

Seashell Wall Art

The more unique the object of art you display, the more interesting your interior décor scheme will turn out to be. Many spend tons of money to create what they want to be an amazing and dazzling interior that is definitely going to be appreciated by anybody who steps into the room. Sometimes it is the designing of the room that creates the breathtaking interior and at other times it is the decoration of the room that creates it.  Every home owner does have individual tastes and would like to bring forth their personality into the rooms that they have designed or decorated. Some would like their interiors to be flashy and bright and some would want it to be subtle and subdued and others would like to go the midway. Believe me there is a beauty in all – the very fact that home owners take the effort to create something unique shows us the love and pride he or she has for the place!

Here is a very unique form of wall art that should catch the eye of many interior decorators. This is a wall art piece that is created with seashells. As children we all love to collect shells. We may even have some of the shells that we have collected on a vacation at the beach. Well here is one enthusiast who has made good use of the shells collected to create a truly magnificent piece of art work.  This art work depicts the branches of a tree wherein we see two very beautiful and colorful birds perched elegantly. The award winning artist Alla Baksanskaya has used bright acrylic paints to give this wall art a vibrancy that is sure to attract the attention of anybody who enters the room where this art work is displayed.  Unique art objects such as this can do wonders to improve and enhance they beauty of a living room and at times overshadow everything else there.

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