6 Colorful Green Art Pieces to Get Excited About

March 10, 2020

Study in Green and Silver is an abstract acrylic painting by the artist, Barclay Sheaks

By Chelsea Reed

Spring is right around the corner, and the Gallery is bursting with excitement! Flowering trees and bird songs are great excuses to find artwork that inspires you. Let’s take a look at six pieces we love featuring green hues just in time for spring.

1. Illumination by Clifford Bailey

Illumination is an original oil painting by the artist, Clifford BaileyHow amazing are the green colors showcased in this oil painting! The rolling hills cascade up and down like serene rivers in the countryside. Each detailed dot is a dramatic contrast to the grazing cow, which provides a single focal point for the eyes in this beautiful masterpiece. 

2. Saint Patrick’s Day Parade by Suzanne Morris

Check out this fun plein air oil painting that pays homage to a local Outer Banks tradition. Nothing shows off the green quite like Kelly’s St. Patrick’s Day Parade. The soft outdoor lighting makes you feel like you’re in the middle of the festive atmosphere. 

3. Water Lilies by Debra Kierce

Believe it or not, this realistic painting of water lilies is inspired by impressionism! It’s Debra Kierce’s love letter to Claude Monet’s “Water Lilies.” The scene is bursting with life, beauty, and of course plenty of green. The water seems so real, you feel wet looking at it.

4. Vernon Marsh by Martha Hayden

This beautiful acrylic painting delivers a fresh pop of color to update your home. The lush landscape is a refreshing complement for the office, too. It’s a peaceful getaway without having to go anywhere! 

5. Emerald and Diamond Ring

What’s better than a pot of gold at the end of the rainbow? It could be this 10k white gold cluster ring with high quality emeralds and diamonds. Unlike the fabled gold, you can be sure this ring is the real deal. It’s a work of art in itself! And with the layaway plan available, this attractive ring is an achievable gift for you or your loved one.

6. Study in Green and Silver by Barclay Sheaks

What do you see gazing into this striking acrylic abstract painting? Does the bold palette of green, silver and gold remind you of a forest, a bridge, or the Emerald City from the Wizard of Oz? Perhaps leprechauns or four leaf clovers come to mind. However it speaks to you, one thing’s for sure...the painting is awe-inspiring in its own right!

Green is a favored color by many for its calming attributes and association with life. Celebrate a renewed outlook this spring and try something new! Is a special piece catching your eye? Seaside Art Gallery is just a phone call away. Claim it as yours from wherever you are with our convenient online shopping. 

Chelsea Reed is a copywriter who writes online content, articles, blogs, and websites from her base in North Carolina.

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