Art Education: Working with PatternsWednesday, September 02, 2009
Part of what I love about wallpaper is that it can negate the need for art. It can be visually dynamic enough to run the whole show. That said, some well=placed clusters of art on a busy, patterned wall can look fantastic.
It's important to start with a strong base. In the photo above, the black-framed pieces provide a base on which the other pieces can build.
The pattern of the wallpaper is also important. All of these are relatively small prints. Small frames would get lost in a larger print.