By Macey Bourgeois. Wall Decor. Published at Sunday, April 08th, 2018 - 20:47:10 PM.
Canvas Art - The term "Canvas" refers to a heavy textile fabric material which is normally used in producing all kinds of artworks. Wall decors can also be designed on such canvas platforms. In most cases, canvas art appears as re-productions of the art works of famous artists of old. For instance, the works of Van Gogh, the great Dutch artist who have died long ago are still being reproduced on canvas platforms. Many artists today do produce all kinds of creative canvas art works that bear images such as that of flowers, objects, humans and so on. They are wonderful piece of artworks you can always use for.
Architectural Elements - One of my favorite ways to decorate the wall is by using architectural elements. By this I mean old doors, wrought iron gates, corbels, porch pieces - anything that you might normally find on the outside of the house can add depth and interest to your inside walls. When it comes to architectural elements, the more wear the piece has and the chippier the paint, the better! This aging and wear gives character to the piece and adds interest.
These are just a few of the different types of wall hangings that can be used to adorn a home. There are a number of different options: wall sconces, animal antlers, oval mirrors or square mirrors. You can hang colorful cake baking tins in your kitchen or you could frame dried flowers. The possibilities of wall decor are truly endless.
The Designing processes - There are various designing processes used in producing wall decors. Oil paintings is one of such wonderful processes in use by most artists today. This is simply the process of using pigments in painting and drawing various wonderful designs on the walls. Drying oil and other quality painting materials such as resin, frankincense, walnut oil and many others are used in the process. Different kinds of oils are normally used depending on the kind of pigment being applied. There are various techniques used in the painting process. Each technique usually involves proper sketching with a thinned paint and charcoal which are applied onto a canvas in order to get the right design in mind. In most cases, the painting made on the wall with the oil is normally dried up through evaporation or oxidation within a space of one day to one week.
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