The Sun Porch – Featured Art Print

Cold or cool (depending on where you live) winter days invite me to settle down with a good book in a setting like the featured art print. I love the type of sun porch you find in old Victorian homes, which is the basis for the art print I created. While touring this old mansion, I grabbed a shot of this room and wanted to create a print that relayed the feeling I expressed above. Using a fauvism technique I wanted to create a unique look for this room, but still keep the same inviting feeling. I liked the composition of the french doors, one open and one closed to highlight the entry into the room. I love color and abstract interpretations of common scenes, so using a fauvism technique, what was a typical common entry into a sun porch became a little bit more inviting and interesting. Thoughts?

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33 thoughts on “The Sun Porch – Featured Art Print

  1. Teagan R. Geneviene

    It certainly is inviting, Kirt. The doors opening to the cozy room. My first thought was about how wonderfully warm it looked. There’s just enough blue to cool it down to the perfect temperature. I wish I were there. The effect really adds to it as well. Hugs.

  2. reocochran

    I like porches and “Florida rooms” which would have ideal places to lounge around and read books. Oooh, this would be both stimulating from bright colors and relaxing locations, Kirt. 🌈 📚

  3. gillmorris

    This is a fab piece of work, I have never heard of the fauvism technique, so thanks for sharing this. I love the colours for the light through the windows and the distortion through the doors is an interesting touch too! Have a great weekend Kirt! 🙂


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