Five Pieces to Decorate Your Home With This Spring

See our top 5 art work picks for Spring 2015 in our Spring 5 feature. From emerging to mid-level artists, these works are sure to be a great addition to your art collection.

Spring is here, and we are excited to see all the beautiful changes that come with the season. In the spirit of newness, we looked through our collection to find the pieces that evoked the essence of flowers changing, joyfulness, and light. So whether you’re looking for a new piece to add to your collection, or trying to find the statement piece to hang over your dining room credenza, here are five original art pieces you need to buy this spring.

1). America Jimenez de Lara, The Immigrant’s Dream Series, 2014, Oil on canvas, 24 x 36 inches (5 panels)

This series depict the way immigrants see a new land, a dream, aiming to find the light, the unknown colorful landscape that navigate in their minds and bring them hope, courage, change.

2). Mequitta Ahuja In Back Garden: Nest Builder, 2013, Acrylic, Enamel and Waxy Chalk on Vellum, 58.5 x 41.5 inches

Created with acrylic, enamel and waxy chalk on vellum color and mark paper, Mequitta uses Indian textile stamps and letter press to add texture and then creates a collage as a basis for her work. While autobiographical, this self portrait contains elements of Indian painting with high horizon line and pattering.”

3). Khalid Thompson, Atmospheric Balance, Oil on canvas, 36 x 48 inches

Atmospheric Balance is another artistic expression paying homage to nature’s ability to create an organic ecology and environment that can sustain life by balancing all of the necessary elements and pressure within the different layers of Earth’s atmosphere.

4). Sonia McNally, Indirect reflection, 2011, Oil on canvas, 60 x 60 inches

This is another interpretation of my usual style. Process is that of a topographical approach to renderings I create using patterns in nature. My oil works are 100% mineral spirit free, making the paint compound stronger and more archival as well as eliminating hazardous chemicals.

5). David Perea, Maidens of New York, 2013, Photography, 20 x 30 inches

Maidens of The World is a project of non manipulated surrealistic photography. This is a photographic journey that explores concept of surrealism through urban reflections. David Perea is an internationally awarded philosophical artist and raw poet. His artwork has evolved into visionary dimensions that challenge impressions and perceptions of ourselves and of our planet.

Jessica Stafford Davis

Author: Jessica Stafford Davis

The Agora Culture launched in July, 2013 with a private reception in Mclean, Virginia for Mequitta Ahuja, a world-renowned mixed media artist. Subsequently, she co-curated her first exhibition, “Women as Color Light and Form”, with the Galerie Myrtis in Baltimore, Maryland. The exhibition was a part of Network Exhibition Sondheim awards for the 2013 Artscape festival, America’s largest free arts festival. Jessica currently serves on the board at The Washington Project of the Arts and the George Mason University School of Art Council.

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