Yet again one of our photographers has won a prestigious award for their work, this time it’s a very well deserved win for Tim Wallace and his stunning ‘San Francisco’ image. This great piece of photography won 1st prize in the Travel Photography category of the Professional Photographer of the Year competition. Sponsored by Professional Photographer Magazine, Tim fought off hundreds of entries from that category to win 1st place.
San Francisco Dawn by Tim Wallace
Here at Fotoviva Art Prints we have been representing Tim for many years now and whilst his usual imagery is of an automotive nature, occasionally he throws in something different which is of equal technical and creative brilliance. The San Francisco wall print is a unique piece of wall art which works perfectly as a canvas wall picture but also printed on acrylic. Continue reading →
If you have bought a split panel canvas print you may be wondering about the best spacing to give the canvases when you hang them on the wall. Attaching a normal printed canvas picture is very easy, but when your image is split across 3 or more wooden frames, it becomes a little trickier. Here at Fotoviva Art Prints we have been making triptych canvases for many years and are considered by some as the leading canvas manufacturer in the UK, so before you go drilling holes in the wrong places we thought we’d share some tips to ensure your multi panel canvas has the most impact in your home or office space. A set of three canvas prints is not cheap, so let’s make sure you get it right! Continue reading →
Whether you are having a new kitchen installed, have just moved into a new house or just want to freshen up your kitchen design, buying some kitchen wall art is a great idea and can change the whole look of the room.
We tend to spend quite a lot of our time in the kitchen, whether we’re cooking up a lovely meal or doing the dreaded washing up! It can be the hub of family life in a home so why not beautify the room with some kitchen art prints. The colours and imagery of kitchen wall decor can brighten up the place and encourage a pleasing atmosphere for the living space. You never know, it may even inspire you to get those old cookery books out of the cupboard and spend more time in the kitchen! Continue reading →
Nature has a special way of creating beauty in every corner of life. The natural colours, lines and patterns it creates can produce some of the most stunning scenes you will ever see. From rolling landscapes to forests and animals, nature brings us things we love to see. One of the best examples of this natural beauty are flowers, from beautiful red roses to delicate white lilies. Thankfully we can use floral canvas art to bring this beauty into our homes. Continue reading →
Good! You have come to the right place at Fotoviva Art Prints. But before we show you why you should buy office art from us, let’s firstly take a moment to understand the principles of how and why to utilise wall art in the office.
Think of your place of work. Most people will visualise their office space as being somewhat drab and bland looking. Pretty grey and uninspiring huh? The trouble is we get so wrapped up in the day to day office tasks that things like office interior design gets lost or overlooked completely. The only time most businesses would buy office art is when they move in and decorate initially, which is a real shame because businesses can benefit from wall art in so many ways. Continue reading →
What does the colour red do to you? Scientists say colours can influence our emotions and state of mind. Subconsciously colours have an effect on us that we may not register, it can be so subtle. So how about colours in interior design? Look around your rooms and if you have one which is predominantly based around one colour, how does that room ‘feel’. Red is supposed to be passionate, fiery and strong. Blues are more calming, along with white. Yellow tones can feel fresh and vibrant whilst greens also affect our psyche in a relaxing manner.
Most people have a favourite colour, and if yours is red then this article will be just the right one for you, especially if you are into interior design — whether as a profession or just for your own home decor. At Fotoviva Art Prints we have many pieces of wall art available and consequently many themed imagery and colour tones. Red wall art is a particularly popular style with our customers so let’s see what you can buy. Continue reading →
Sometimes inspiring, sometimes downright jaw-dropping – wall art for the home is something everyone’s house needs. From beautiful framed art to wall canvas prints, there is a wealth of options out there which will produce a stunning change in your home decor.
The British public love their homes, whether they live in small cottages, terraced houses or big mansions. We tend to have a built in appreciation for interior design that’s done well. There are many popular TV shows such as Grand Designs, 60 Minute Makeover (of which Fotoviva Art Prints have been featured) and other home renovation programmes which are always on. We take pride in our homes and it doesn’t matter what our houses look like from the outside, when we step inside it can be a whole new world.
Clearly here at Fotoviva Art Prints we sell canvas prints online so we’re going to try and not be too biased with this guide. There are many places to buy canvas art on the internet but what you pay and what you get can vary a great deal so we’ve put together this quick guide to help you make the best choice. Of course the best place to buy canvas art is at Fotoviva but… oh darn it! Sorry, impartial head back on
Buying canvas prints online is a fairly easy experience, whether you are looking for personalised canvas art or painting reproductions on canvas. Now digital cameras are everywhere you can also find canvas art for sale of some really breathtaking photographic art. The range of canvas pictures for sale on the internet is huge, which is great for you the customer as it means you should have no problem whatsoever in finding the perfect framed canvas print for your home walls.
There is something about bluebell woods that has a welcome effect on the human mind. Most people will smile and enjoy the beautiful colour nature has provided in a secluded bluebell woodland scene. As the bluebells only come out for a few weeks each spring, it’s a limited edition show that nature puts on for us, which probably adds to the wow factor. A bit like the vibrant yellow rapeseed fields we see across the landscape, bluebell woods paint a beautiful colour that stimulates our senses and helps to remind us how beautiful nature can be.
Pictures of bluebell flowers are also a great way to bring the beauty of nature into your home. It allows you to see them all year round and displays the stunning blue colours on your walls. At Fotoviva Art Prints we have a great collection of bluebell art for sale. Our photographers love getting out to those bluebell woodlands and shooting the scenes. From close-up pictures to landscape scenes of bluebell seas, we have just about every kind of bluebell scene you could think of. Photographed on high-end cameras, we can offer the prints in large format without losing quality or detail.
It was only a few years ago that we launched the brilliant acrylic print product. Since then it has become a very popular form of wall art and many other gallery stores have jumped on the bandwagon thanks to the great feedback we’ve been getting from our customers. Acrylic prints have become popular not only with interior designers and professional photographers, but also home owners and businesses.
So what is so great about acrylic prints? How do they differ from other forms of printing such as canvases or framed prints? You’ll find when you see an acrylic print in real life it is something so fresh and funky compared to traditional picture framing. The clear acrylic panel produces a shiny effect which helps the printed image look really vivid and eye-catching. You’ll see natural light illuminating the picture from all sides of the acrylic sheet, creating a wall print that naturally looks almost 3D in appearance.