PrintedArt.com: Spring v. Urban Environments

Art & Design

We are so excited about the new photographs that have been pouring into the collection! From nature photography and landscapes to portraiture, still life, travel, and abstracts, there really is something for everyone. Our curators have selected some of their favorites out of the recent submissions. Let us know which ones you like best!

Spirit of the Ancient Forest by Lee Rentz

This photograph of a vibrant, mossy tree has a dreamlike quality. It’s a majestic image that celebrates the beauty of nature, and it would look great in a living room, bedroom, or study.

Social Comment by David Halperin

The color tones and high angle view used in this elegant photograph serve to enhance the captured moment of humanism. It’s a beautiful, artistic image that would look lovely in a hall or kitchen.

Guatemala Wall #14 by Bruce Amos

This edgy, graphic photograph has an urban feel that would look great in modern décor. The scribbled-on wall is interrupted by two delicate hearts that have a human touch, evoking hope and happiness. This photograph would work great in a living room or bedroom.

Tilt Shift World Trade Center Memorial by Richard Silver

Using tilt shift photography, Richard Silver created this unique and eye-catching photograph of an important national landmark. It’s a beautiful celebration of the World Trade Center Memorial, and it would be a dynamic addition to an office or library.

Poinsettia Up Close by Rodney Ladson

This detail shot of a rich and colorful poinsettia is sure to be the talk of any room in which it hangs. The lush pinks, greens, and yellows will add a splash of color to your décor. We think it would look great in a bedroom or modern living room.

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