March 31, 2023
By Chelsea Reed
Spring is finally here! Did you know that it’s the most popular season of all in America? According to a recent poll, 40 out of 50 states in the U.S. love springtime for its mild weather and beautiful blooms. We definitely agree. Here are some art pieces from Seaside Art Gallery that welcome the spring season.
There’s nothing like the crisp feeling on your tongue and the tingling warmth on your face from the spring sun thawing the mountain snow. This oil painting of springtime in the North Carolina mountains captures the fresh sensation for the viewer to enjoy any time of the year.
Butterflies are a classic sign of lovely spring temperatures ahead. These beauties look real, but you’d never guess they are actually made from paper and mixed media. Each one is carefully hand painted, so just like real butterflies, no two are exactly alike.
We love how the cheerful colors in this watercolor abstract remind us of brighter times ahead. Its powerful message reminds us that no matter how dreary some days may be, there is always hope for a better future, like winter giving way to spring.
The serene pond and fresh greenery in this oil painting is a graceful nod to the Master Painter Claude Monet’s iconic paintings of his garden. It’s encased in a rich gold frame that complements the calming atmosphere.
This oil painting looks like a flowery spring haven! Colorful flowers surround a young girl relaxing in a hammock. The scent of the peaceful garden must be lovely. It appears she does not want to leave anytime soon. The art viewer won’t want to leave, either!
Are you ready to come enjoy springtime in the Outer Banks? It’s a popular time for visitors to savor our pristine beaches and fresh nature waking up from its winter nap. You can also visit Seaside Art Gallery to see even more pieces of art. Before you go, check out some of it here online.
Chelsea Reed is a copywriter who writes winning content, articles, blogs, and websites from her base in North Carolina. She might not be building sandcastles or swashbuckling with pirates these days, but the Outer Banks beaches continue to keep her young at heart.
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