Heritage IV: Colour Trends in Art



This series of limited edition art prints have been inspired by Jordanian Bedouin weavings. The artworks combine those geometries with on-trend colour palettes for a fresh take on heritage.

The world of colour has always fascinated me. This year, Pantone’s colour of the year is “living coral”.   A fresh, energetic colour with a life-affirming quality, it speaks to our innate need for the pursuit of happiness.  I had a lot of fun playing with it, offsetting it with some cool greys and seafoam greens in some compositions, and exploring exotic sunset palettes in others.

As I work closely with interior designers in the hospitality industry, I’m exposed to art and colour trends on a daily basis. And, I’ve seen this playful colour, along with other rich, strong, tones come up quite consistently. 

Throughout this series, I’ll be playing with various palettes that combine some of the colour trends you’ll be seeing this year. These will include bold jewel tones – jade greens, sapphire blues, rich merlots, as well as more neutral explorations with urban greys.

All of the pieces in this collection are limited edition prints and are printed on archival paper.




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