The first of many new Amborela designs introduces a new flower style! The overlay of dahlias and roses are hand-painted with watercolor techniques and adapted fluid acrylic techniques to create a brand new look.
This new floral design is hand-painted by artist, Bethany Ogle. The continuous scene is painted across three canvases that hang as a triptych or can be separated as individual artworks. This new artwork can be painted in different colors and sizes. Contact me for a custom order or size quote today.
Less is more in this limited color palette. The design is a repeat lacy pattern with simple sculpted flowers.
Minimal art fits in well with industrial and Scandinavian style.
Using a limited palette of only neutral tones creates a classic look. Neutrals look good in most styles so your artwork can adapt if you change the style of your room later.
Neutrals are popular in modern farmhouse and industrial styles.
Pastel hues in light to mid-tones have little contrast. This creates a soft look that is often seen with styles like shabby chic and French country.
Jewels come in many colors sometimes rich and sometimes translucent. Using jewel tones can create a dreamy or an energetic look depending on how you use them.
Jewel tones are popular in bohemian and tropical styles.
New to the Dahlia Collection
The first dahlia painting in 2019 led to big things. In 2020 a fabric collection with a matching nursery set was introduced. And in 2021 a new style of tree triptych painting.
The new dahlia design has fabric and wallpaper coordinates based on the original artwork.
Mix and match your décor with coordinating pillows, bedding, curtains, wallpaper and more.
Just as you take away wood to reveal a carving, I take away paint from a flooded canvas to reveal a painting.
These dahlia paintings are not prints or stenciled, but hand-painted (or unpainted would be a better word for it).