Silver is a shade of gray, usually more shining and attractive. The effect of silver color at artwork can be achieved by an artist through a complex combination of standard colors or simply by using the silver paint. It has a high-tech, industrial effect and looks more contemporary than, for example, gold; well-balanced in internal design by literally any color. Abstract silver art is about reflection and looking forward to the future, it fits great for bedrooms and living rooms.
Silver is a multicolored reflection. It’s loved by people who like preciseness, cleanliness, and laconism. As a complicated conversion of grey and blue, silver reflects all colors at once. Contrary to common belief, silver is difficult to use. Unlike grey, silver will never be a background color. It can amplify, deepen other colors, but it can increase disharmony, reveal color tastelessness. If grey is a king of the background then silver is a master of accent. Silver paintings are dynamic and light accelerates them. No light, no play! But should you turn the light on, pull out the window curtains, and everything will revive and get in movement. A silver painting starts changing. It’s different all the time.
There shouldn’t be too much silver at home. You can hang one canvas in the living room, dining room, office, hallway, or bedroom. Of course, you can surround it with smaller paintings of an appropriate color. But keep in mind that silver does not tolerate any misbehavior, it’s an aristocrat! Add a bit of silver in chandeliers, candelabra, décor items, and let a silver painting underline their shape and beauty.