Brushes of red and details that pop. This is a hue that emits vibrancy, energy, passion. Make a statement that impacts with Red Art.
ElectraGlide Wall Art by Bill Drysdale from Great BIG Canvas. Bill Drysdale is inspired by images set in days gone by, and he has a desire to stir emotions. His paintings transport the viewer to a simpler time, where they can almost smell the surf, feel the sun, and hear the sounds of a surf band. ElectraGlide Wall Art by Bill Drysdale from Great BIG Canvas.
Jon Arnold began his interest in photography aged 15. After studying architecture in Brighton, UK he set off to travel the world. His recent work includes travel images the world's great cities: London, New York, Paris, Venice, Tokyo, Dubai and Singapore. China Town, London, England, UK Wall Art by Jon Arnold from Great BIG Canvas.
John Simpson painted this compelling image of a man in shackles as a powerful abolitionist statement. Simpson's model was the freeborn American Ira Aldridge, a celebrated Shakespearean actor and the first black man to play Othello on the London stage. The Captive Slave, highlights his gifts as a tragic actor as well as responding to - and even transcending - the historical moment to which it belongs. The Captive Slave Wall Art by John Simpson from Great BIG Canvas.
Patti Mollica has been a professional illustrator and fine artist for over 30 years. She delights in painting the world around her in a bold, decisive style, with hues that are intense, brilliant and contemporary. Her depictions do not attempt to idealize but rather to take the ordinary and unveil its underlying artistic essence. Beach Gossip Wall Art by Patti Mollica from Great BIG Canvas.
Myles Sullivan spends his days working from his West Coast studio. Surrounded by the serenity of the countryside he creates works that capture the energy of the world around us. He focuses on compositions that capture a fleeting moment in time. Dry Martini Crop II Wall Art by Myles Sullivan from Great BIG Canvas.