Dating back as far as 1860, Modern Art arguably remains a prominent feature in today’s society, with many galleries around the world exploring the philosophy and concepts surrounding some of the most famous artworks.
Influential and, in some cases, wildly eccentric, this art form can and has been incorporated into countless interior designs since it graced the art world, but does it stop inside the home? Of course not; modern art sculptures and garden features are all too popular in the present day, with many homeowners turning to companies like Tor Stone to aid the revival of their outdoor space.
But why opt for modern art stylings for the garden? Keep reading to find out.
One defining aspect of modern art is its ambiguity, which, for a lot of famous pieces, works in favour of the artist. You see, in many cases, a ‘purpose’ is not clear, leaving the onlooker only to guess what the artist meant, which can be daringly beautiful and allow individuals to extract their own meaning behind the artwork.
Possibly working as a talking point of many a gathering, this sort of ambiguity is sure to make an impression in a way that can both intrigue and impress, even in the arts’ most modest form.
For those wanting a unique centrepiece that will not only draw attention, but also enhance garden aesthetics, modern art is the secret. On top of being ambiguous, many of the features in our range are also innovative, offering homeowners the perfect balance of avant-garde motifs and a versatile design that will suit almost any backdrop.
These are just two reasons to opt for modern art garden features, but there are many more besides. So, take a look at our extensive collection here at Tor Stone today or enquire through our website if a particular statue catches your eye.