Light in floral canvas prints
Different kinds of flowers represent different things at different times. In our current era, a red rose is an overture for romantic motives, while a white one expresses friendship. Photowall lets you partake in their beauty with “Rose Garden”, “My Black Roses”, and “Roses” in its outstanding collection of floral canvas prints. They will look especially good hanging above your fireplace or in your mini-library. You can never go wrong with these floral canvas prints when it comes to adorning the confines of your home. Make it a veritable garden by lining these images in columns to make a fine artist’s piece. Tea time has never been more dainty and delightful with these floral canvas prints around you and your guests. Even your children will appreciate having these appealing floral canvas prints in their sleep areas or play nooks. They can give you countless hours of soothing relaxation as you gaze upon their colorful visage. Ease away the day’s stress and care by sitting in your favorite spot and letting the hours while away, as you enjoy these picturesque masterpieces. There is one for every mood and fancy. Make these floral canvas prints a part of your daily life.
Color in floral canvas prints
During feudal times, each clan was represented by a specific flower in its coat-of-arms. The intrinsic characteristics of each flower were made to reflect the values and principles upheld by each household. In Japan, Samurai knights were not only masters of the sword, but they were experts in the art of flower arrangement called Ikebana as well. This delicate art form embodies the levels of earth, heaven, and sky. Even the greatest of English poets, William Shakespeare himself said, A rose by any other name would smell as sweet. Photowall gives you more to love with “Exotic Jungle-Pink”, “Pink Peony Passion II”, and “Modern Garden” in its awesome collection of floral canvas prints. These impressive images are guaranteed to bring passion and whimsy to any space they occupy. You can almost smell their delicate scent by simply perusing them. In the spiritual practice of Bushido, the cherry blossom is said to represent the circle of life, its beginning, its present, and its end. The falling of the cherry blossom from its branches is considered a spiritual symbol of perfection. The followers of this religion cherish this beautiful philosophy.
In the practice of psychology, the flower is an integral part of a series of tests meant to quantify a patient’s state of mind. A person whose flower drawing is colorful and loaded with many accouterments is said to have a healthy disposition and is full of hope for the future. While one whose drawings of a blossom are bleak and withered is severely disturbed and carries a lot of serious issues. Photowall validates this prognosis with “Flower Up”, “Magic Tree-Pale Gray”, and “Contemporary Garden” in its admirable collection of floral canvas prints. These brilliant images which burst with color are sure to uplift and revitalize the disposition of anyone lucky enough to behold them. Some primitive cultures even hold flowers as the standard for sexual potency. It is no coincidence that the flower, which is the sex organ of a plant, is the very element used to convey passion and desire even in our present society. Flowers can also mean secrecy, as the term sub-rosa suggests. It means under the rose. In ancient times, secret societies would meet in hidden chambers with a flower hung over their heads. This signified that anything said within those walls was to stay in them forever.