While it really is to each his own when it comes to art, there are some guidelines that might help you decide what style and size is best for you. Considerations like where the art is going, who's going to see it, and what size and how many pieces you should get are all important when making a selection. Read on for tips on selecting outdoor art to best match your home, your business and your personality.
Have you noticed how plain the outdoor walls of most houses are? Outdoor wall art offers an interesting and inexpensive way of livening up those boring expanses of siding, especially where the walls provide a backdrop for outdoor living spaces.
Add meaning, mystery and majesty to your garden, terrace or entry with gargoyles and griffins, some of the outdoor art world's most intriguing trimmings. Did you know gargoyles originally had a practical use? (And we don't mean guarding buildings from evil spirits.)
If you wake up one morning and find some of your gardening has mysteriously been done in the night, you might have a garden gnome. If you don't have one, you might want to get one. Read this to learn more about the history and care of garden gnomes.
Don't settle for the three outdoor art options your local gardening or hardware store has on its shelves. There's a whole world of outdoor garden art, outdoor wall art and outdoor sculptures out there for you to choose from, and we want you to take full advantage of the selection. Here, we go thru a quick run down of what you can find in the outdoor art category that's sure to give your backyard or garden a little something to set it apart from the neighbor's.