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The Power of Nature in Art: Exploring Landscape Art Prints

In this blog post, we'll delve into the power of nature in art, specifically exploring examples of New Zealand landscape art. Nature has always been a great source of inspiration for artists, and landscape art allows us to appreciate the beauty and wonder of the natural world. Join us as we explore the significance of nature in art and how you can incorporate landscape art prints into your own collection.

Nature's Influence on Art:

Throughout history, artists have been deeply influenced by the power of nature. From the breathtaking landscapes of the Romantic era to the contemplative scenes of Impressionism, nature has served as a muse for countless artists. The ability to capture the essence of a landscape on canvas or paper allows us to experience the beauty of nature even when we are unable to be there physically. Landscape art prints can serve as windows into natural environments, bringing a sense of tranquillity, awe, and connection to the natural world into our homes and spaces.

Between Queenstown and Arrowtown Art Print by Justine Summers


Finding Your Connection:

When building your art collection, it can be nice to consider the emotional connection you have with the artworks. Explore various styles within landscape art, such as realistic depictions, impressionistic interpretations, or abstract representations. Pay attention to the emotions and sensations evoked by each piece. Does a serene seascape transport you to a place of calm and relaxation? Does a vibrant mountain range ignite a sense of adventure? Find the artworks that resonate with you and reflect the emotions you wish to evoke within your space. In the picture below, the natural tones and a pot plant complement the view of Mount Aspiring.

Winding River, Mount Aspiring Photographic Print by Alice Murray


The Versatility of Landscape Art Prints:

One of the remarkable aspects of landscape art prints is their versatility. Whether you have a contemporary, minimalist, or traditional interior design style, landscape art can complement and enhance any space. The colours, textures, and composition of landscape prints can add depth, visual interest, and a sense of natural harmony to your home. From a stunning panoramic print above the fireplace to a series of smaller prints displayed on a gallery wall, there are countless ways to incorporate landscape art into your interior design.

Collection of landscapes available at endemicworld


Make an Impact with Scale:

Go big or go small – that's the secret to crafting an intriguing art collection. Embracing different scales will undoubtedly make for a captivating and dynamic showcase. Mix large pieces with more intimate ones, and watch as your collection comes alive. Prints are a great way to go large within a reasonable budget too. A0 prints can really make an impact, whether you opt for highly detailed like the selection below by Alice Murray or something more emotional and abstract like the colourful works of Jenna Smith.

Above, A0 framed prints by Alice Murray and Jenna Smith


Curating Your Landscape Art Collection:

As you embark on your journey to curate a landscape art collection, keep in mind the tips we discussed earlier. Define your taste and preferences, research and explore different styles, support local artists, choose artworks that resonate with you on a personal level, budget wisely, seek professional advice when needed, and most importantly, enjoy the process of building your collection.

By incorporating landscape art prints into your collection, you bring the power of nature into your living space, creating an environment that inspires, rejuvenates, and offers a visual escape. Whether you prefer seascapes, forests, or mountain ranges, landscape art can transform your space and immerse you in the natural world.

So, embrace the power of nature in art, embark on your art collection journey, and let landscape art prints be your window to the breathtaking landscapes that surround us.

Left to right: A Breath of Hei Art Print by Guy HarknessCrests at Karekare Linocut Reduction Print by Kate SteinerNotions Art Print by Lucy Davidson


For tips on buying art online, read our post: The Art of Buying Art Online: Tips for a Seamless Experience collecting!